Abby Heinicke

Abby Heinicke, sophomore, enjoys writing and spends much of her time reading. She plays basketball and is on Associated Student Body. She loves writing because she feels that there are endless ways to explain one simple thing, which makes every sentence more and more exciting to write.

More of Abby Heinicke’s Work:

  • The Return of Code Red The pandemic stripped us of many things––social interaction at its core. For the first time in decades, there were no Friday night football games in the fall for students to …
  • Nervous Flutters I am small. In a cocoon, I am confined inside In an area so tight, no motion should arise.  I sit and wait for my special call,  Keeping track of …
  • POV: You Are a Student-Athlete in a Pandemic. “Should schools be back in person? Will sports seasons commence for high schools in 2021?” These questions have flooded the media recently. As we cross the date marking one year …
  • Social Pandemic A work of satire. — The news says “stay inside!” “Don’t go out today!” So let’s listen, just sit and decay.  The experts say “less screen time!” And “exercise once …
  • An Inside Look at Orange Lutheran Athletics “It is to his glory that his play and his name that we pray.” -Nancy Paul Orange Lutheran High School is widely known for its rigorous and thorough athletic program, …
  • The Father’s Arms  “Welcome home, Alma.”  I hear a warm voice say, peculiarly coming from all around me. Though my eyelids are closed, I can feel a soft radiance enveloping me like a …
  • Memories Aren’t Disposable Isn’t it interesting How we often already have our phones Ready for action All the time? How in doing that action We can obtain something that lasts forever – Digitally?  …

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