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Sleepy Student Given A New Perspective

Sleepy Student Given A New Perspective

Ethan E. Strong, Staff Writer

January 31, 2019


Filed under Student Life

For sophomore Timothy Knoll, Mr Cosenza's US History II class is a bit of a snooze. According to the 10th grader: "It's 8th period, and I'm tired, so I'd say I fell asleep about once a week. I'm ahead of the curve in that class, so I'm usually alright with it. Usually, he'd sneak up and bang the d...

Support the AHS Musical Production

Support the AHS Musical Production

Sandy Smith, Staff Writer

January 11, 2019


Filed under Student Life

Ah, yes, it’s that time of the year again. Oh, you don’t know what time I’m referring to? It’s when a bunch of theater geeks come together to kindly ask for donations to support their musical production. For the second year in a row, the AHS Musical Theater group is using a convenient way to...

The Truth About Graduation

The Truth About Graduation

Sandy Smith and Ethan E. Strong

December 13, 2018


Filed under Student Life

The story spread through the school like wildfire: The Audubon Board of Education had decided that the graduating class of 2019 would be wearing green gowns during the ceremonies, instead of the tradition of males in green and girls in white of graduations past. The reason? The GSA club, making a case...

Academic Challenge Needs You!

Academic Challenge Needs You!

Sandy Smith

December 12, 2018


Filed under Student Life

Interested in competing in a fun and stimulating environment? See Mr. Rowan in room C111 for details on how to join the Academic Challenge team. Although a knowledge of random facts is helpful, there's no bar for entry here, just a love of the game!    

Bring a Jacket to Your Classes

Bring a Jacket to Your Classes

Sandy Smith, Staff Writer

December 7, 2018


Filed under Student Life

If you’ve been in school for these past couple of weeks, you may have been lucky enough to experiene the brisk winter air about 500 feet away from the high school a few times. AHS has been practicing fire drills immensely this week to ensure that the students are aware of how to evacuate the build...

“StandUp” For a Good Cause

“StandUp” For a Good Cause

Sandy Smith, Staff Writer

November 28, 2018


Filed under Student Life

Are you a firm believer for standing up for what you believe in? Do you also happen to conveniently have creative talent? Well, you're in luck! A junior at AHS, Anjelina Wilkinson, has opened an art contest to all students in the school for her anti-bullying campaign, StandUp. If you're unaware of what...

Thanksgiving Blood Drive

Thanksgiving Blood Drive

Julianne Brown

November 21, 2018


Filed under Student Life

Do you want to save lives this Thanksgiving? By donating your blood, you can! This time of the year there is always a severe need for blood. On Saturday, November 24th, there will be an American Red Cross blood drive from 8:30 am-1:30 pm. It will take place at the Logan Memorial Presbyterian Church...

Girls Soccer Goes to States!

Girls Soccer Goes to States!

Sandy Smith, Staff Writer

November 15, 2018


Filed under Student Life

For the first time in a long time, the Audubon Girls Soccer Varsity team is heading to the NJSIAA Group 1 State Championship! Audubon recently went up against Shore in the state semifinal on Wednesday, November 14th at Paul VI High School, and they defeated Shore 2-1, with both goals scored by sophomore...

Grab Your Basket and Head to Grandma’s!

Grab Your Basket and Head to Grandma’s!

Sandy Smith, Staff Writer

November 1, 2018


Filed under Student Life

Cupcakes, cookies, and chocolate? You can find all of these treats being sold at Audubon High School right after eighth period ends on November 7th! Take a trip “Into the Woods” to the rotunda, trophy case, and breezeway to grab a goodie for only $1 to support this year’s musical! For those allergic,...

Pink vs. Purple

Pink vs. Purple

Sandy Smith, Staff Writer

October 22, 2018


Filed under Student Life

Ready, set, hike! The 2018 Powder Puff game, featuring the junior girls versus senior girls, is approaching fast! Practices have begun on the fields during the students' free time, with the coaches being Audubon's very own football players. The coaches for the senior team include Joshua Grubb and Sean...

Senior Scholarship Opportunity

Josh Grubb, Staff Writer

October 17, 2018


Filed under Student Life

There’s currently an incredibly easy opportunity for seniors to receive scholarship money. The Audubon Alumni Association has a total of $13,000 to divvy up amongst ten students. And it's never been easier: three minutes of your time to fill out some basic info, turn it in, and then you're in the r...

No Adults? No Problem!

No Adults? No Problem!

Sandy Smith, Staff Writer

October 2, 2018


Filed under Student Life

Although the idea of having the play this year be directed by students is new to Audubon, it isn't Morgan Brown's first time taking a leadership role over her classmates. From being president in seventh grade for two years to teaching classes at the Ritz Theater in Haddon Township, Morgan is no stranger...

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