Category Archive: Abington Heights


By: Connor Lenahan Today was the day my younger brother Chase graduated from Abington Heights High School. It’s just two days over a year since I did the same. He wasn’t the only… Continue reading

365 Days

By: Connor Lenahan It was 10:30 AM. I was walking up the stairs to my calculus class with a few of my close friends. Nothing was out of the ordinary. I turned to… Continue reading


By: Connor Lenahan Over the past few days I have had a lot of fun planning out the details on an event I have been looking forward to for quite a while now.… Continue reading


By: Connor Lenahan I’m a creature of habit. When I find something I deem pleasurable I tend to repeat it. This is probably going to lead to my eventual death with the reported… Continue reading

Expanding Vocabulary

By: Connor Lenahan Let’s be real for a second; Urban Dictionary is one of the greatest inventions in the history of the internet. There’s an absurdly high chance that if you are reading… Continue reading

Adorable Overload

By: Connor Lenahan I had a nice visit back home with my family and friends for my short summer in Waverly. I was absurdly lazy during this period. It was a nice chance… Continue reading


By: Connor Lenahan And now, it’s time to say goodbye to my hometown. The curtain falls on my summer here in Waverly. This time tomorrow I will be in my room for the… Continue reading

I’m Still Here

By: Connor Lenahan As commencement weekend wraps up tomorrow for Boston University, thus signaling my need to return to the school to work, I am left with the though of change. I have… Continue reading

The Rescue

By: Connor Lenahan There I am minding my own business, driving home from Wegmans with my lunchtime sushi in tow, when I see Matt Gronsky’s name pop up on my screen. Seeing as… Continue reading

One Problem

By: Connor Lenahan Earlier today I was invited to one of the most iconic locations of my hometown. My fellow residents of Waverly and Clarks Summit know it as the must-visit destination all… Continue reading