Category Archive: Abington Heights

Being Lazy

By: Connor Lenahan I’m a fairly lazy person. I have this in common with just about every college student in the world. What I might not share is a recent distaste for being… Continue reading

Prom Stalking

By: Connor Lenahan Let’s drop the charade for a second: we all Facebook stalk people. If you are trying to find out more about a person you will look at their photos and… Continue reading

Short Summer

By: Connor Lenahan This morning I left Boston. Over the past few days I have been preparing to leave the Boston University campus and the city I love to return to my hometown… Continue reading

Ladybug

By: Connor Lenahan It’s impossible not to remember this day vividly. Four year ago the Abington Heights and Clarks Summit community lost a true angel in Kristyn Kromko. She was a lovely girl… Continue reading

A Great Man

I had written last month about my friend Tessa Barrett and her incredible successes in the world of running. I had made a specific point to note how happy this success made not… Continue reading

Reality

By: Connor Lenahan Last night I was talking to my friend Alessandra Cirillo when I mentioned I had written a film script for my COM 201 class. I had emailed it to her… Continue reading

March Madness

By: Connor Lenahan I’m going to start by apologizing for the headline. It’s unoriginal, I agree. The but damn if there was ever a time in which it was appropriate, it’s today. I… Continue reading

Happy Birthday Elyse

By: Connor Lenahan Today is the birthday of one of my closest friends, Elyse Notarianni. She has, in a relatively short amount of time, changed my life forever. She’s made my life a… Continue reading

The Legend

  By: Connor Lenahan Tessa Barrett won the last two Pennsylvania state titles in the 3,000 meter run. A few weeks ago, she reset her own record, 9:36.45, en route to the championship.… Continue reading

End of the Road

  By: Connor Lenahan You know, at this point, it might just be Parkland High School. Tonight my high school, Abington Heights, played DJ Irving’s old stomping grounds, Archbishop Carroll, in the second… Continue reading