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Brief Review of the Midterms and What Has Changed

Owen McCreary, Staff Writer

January 5, 2019


Filed under News

The midterms are a group of elections that take place in between presidential elections. These may range in size but always result in the election of some very important officials. These include positions such as state senators, representatives, governors, and national senator. They are commonly seen...

Josh Adams Is Showing He Belongs

Josh Adams Is Showing He Belongs

Adil Parikh, Staff Writer

January 5, 2019


Filed under News, Sports, Spotlight

In what has been an unforgettable season for the defending Super Bowl Champion, Philadelphia Eagles, CB South’s own Josh Adams has provided one of the lone bright spots. Ever since starting running back Jay Ajayi went down with a torn ACL in on October 7 against the Vikings, Adams has seen his role...

The Social Ranking System of Beijing: Freedom vs Order

Joe Blaney, Staff Writer

January 3, 2019


Filed under News

There’s no doubt that China is one of the most nationalistic countries in the world. However, they’ve decided to take this title a step further for better or for worse with their “Social Credit Ranking System." This “big brother”-esque program would place the citizens of Beijing upon a social...

America’s Healthcare Problem and the Solution to Fix It

Jason Chen, Editor-in-Chief

December 13, 2018


Filed under News, Uncategorized

America’s healthcare situation has been under scrutiny for most of the 21stcentury. Citizens have criticized the expense as well as the accessibility of healthcare. As insurance rates rose, as did premiums, peoples’ patience dwindled. The Affordable Care Act (2010) only exacerbated frustratio...

Four Fun Fall Things

Four Fun Fall Things

Owen McCreary, Staff Writer

October 30, 2018


Filed under News, Opinion

We are entering the fall season! Here's some fun things to enjoy fall! 1. To kick off fall, there is simply nothing better than Halloween. It’s a fantastic night where you get to hang out with friends and dress up in pretty much anything that you want. Trick-or-treating and decorating pumpkins with...

CB South Girl’s Volleyball Team Makes Playoffs

CB South Girl’s Volleyball Team Makes Playoffs

Casey Wood, Editor-In-Chief

October 26, 2018


Filed under News, Showcase, Sports

Recently, the CB South's Girl's Varsity Volleyball team qualified to play in the playoffs due to their consistent determination and teamwork. "None of the other schools expected much of us, but we came out on top for many games," says Erin McCoy, a team member. The underdog team really did come...

Former CB South Titan Josh Adams makes NFL Debut in Eagles’ Win

Former CB South Titan Josh Adams makes NFL Debut in Eagles’ Win

Jason Chen, Editor-in-Chief

October 18, 2018


Filed under News, Showcase, Sports, Uncategorized

CB South has reason to be excited.  Josh Adams, former CB South Titan, made his NFL debut for the Philadelphia Eagles on Sunday afternoon against the Indianapolis Colts.  Adams rushed for 30 yards on six carries, averaging 5 yards per carry. His longest run was a 16-yard breakaway for a first down during the second quarter.   It’s a long time coming for Adams, who has had quite the ...

Is Standardized Testing Testing Students’ Patience?

Is Standardized Testing Testing Students’ Patience?

Ashley Carroll, Staff Writer

October 18, 2018


Filed under News

Spring this year comes with stress, test preparation, and #2 pencils. SATs, AP exams, and finals are just around the corner; everyone at South from the students to the teachers to the parents should be informed about standardized testing. Everybody knows that no student likes to take standardized...

Everything You Need To Know About MiniTHON

Everything You Need To Know About MiniTHON

Casey Wood, Editor-in-Chief

October 18, 2018


Filed under News, Showcase

Each year, Penn State University holds its annual THON. THON is a student-run event that is dedicated to the children and families who are impacted by childhood cancer. Their goal is to raise money for further research in order to finally find the cure for cancer by holding a 46-hour dance marathon....

The Unheard Truth of the Criminal Justice System

The Unheard Truth of the Criminal Justice System

Nicole Jancova, Staff Writer

April 22, 2018


Filed under News, Opinion, Showcase

On November 7, 1932, The United States Supreme Court issued its decision in the Powell v. Alabama case, better known as the Scottsboro incident. The case circled around nine African American men, ranging from the ages of 13 to 21, who were removed from a freight train in Scottsboro, Alabama and charged...

Super Bowl Champions

Jason Chen

February 5, 2018


Filed under News, Sports

It had "fairy tale story" written all over it. A team that went 7-9 last season, had modest expectations for this season, yet went all the way to the Super Bowl, with injuries plaguing "franchise" players in Carson Wentz and Jason Peters.   Did I mention they did so with a backup quarterback in Nick Foles?  Poetic justice was unfolding in Minnesota. A rematch 13 years lat...

9/11: 16 Years Later Through the Eyes of a First Responder

9/11: 16 Years Later Through the Eyes of a First Responder

Jason Chen, Staff Writer

September 11, 2017


Filed under News, Opinion, Showcase, Student Life

CB South did not even exist as a school all those years ago. On that day, an attack on U.S. soil was not expected.

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