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Coronavirus: Pandemic of the Decade

Coronavirus: Pandemic of the Decade

Ananya Siragavarapu, Staff Writer

March 24, 2020

It is impossible not to have heard of the virus of epic proportions which has gripped the nation and the world: the coronavirus. Life has changed forever in a country, a world, that never stops running. Schools are closed, business shut down, sporting events - including the 2020 Summer Olympics -...

Making Sense of the Unimaginable

Making Sense of the Unimaginable

Jason Chen, Editor-in-Chief

March 16, 2020

It started in a seafood market in China, nearly three months ago. As the virus spread throughout China and Asia, we didn't think much of it. It was merely a topic on the news, which seemed so far away and unimportant to our daily lives. Three months ago, we were celebrating the new year: 2020....

National Women’s History Month

National Women’s History Month

Ashley Corso, Assistant Editor

March 13, 2020

Throughout the month of March, we celebrate National Women’s History Month, recognizing remarkable women who have impacted our lives today.   National Women’s History month is a month of remembrance, and a time to show gratitude to all the women in our lives who have made us the girls and wome...

Voices for Venezuela: A Country in Crisis

Voices for Venezuela: A Country in Crisis

Ananya Siragavarapu, Staff Writer

October 12, 2019

Imagine going to a grocery store with five dollars. Just five. Why? Because that’s all you have. And imagine that the meager items on the shelves are worth millions. Millions. Why? Because of inflation. Every day is a struggle; people strive, sometimes in vain, to obtain even the bare minimum. Although...

2020 Presidential Candidates and What They Mean for Students

Holly Mirales, Staff Writer

October 5, 2019

With the 2020 presidential election just around the corner, the possibility for big changes in education, a pressing issue for many student voters, looms large. So, who are the top candidates for 2020 and what are their policies on education? Joe Biden Previously the vice president for Ob...

A Custodian’s Point of View

A Custodian’s Point of View

Ashley Corso, Staff Writer

May 5, 2019

Senior prank day--the era that all upperclassman desire. With every year and every prank, comes prestigious thought and specific planning. This moment is the one time that seniors get to make their final mark on the school which they will soon leave forever.   Every person, time, and detail is p...

The Color Run is Coming!

Jason Chen, Editor-in-Chief

April 11, 2019

Mark your calendars! CB South will hold its first ever color run on Sunday, May 5th from 9 am to 12 pm! The event, sponsored by the junior class, will be held at the school. A one mile fun color run/walk and a 5k color run will take place. All current CB South students, as well as future CB South...

College 101: How to Get In

College 101: How to Get In

Hannah Feldman, Assistant Editor

April 5, 2019

College is most teenagers' dream. They are far from home—left on their own—away from mom or dad nagging chronically about grades or chores.   College is not only a teen’s dream but also the gateway to a successful career. College teaches young adults to be independent; it gives young people a foot in the doo...

What’s New For Netflix?

What’s New For Netflix?

Casey Wood, Editor-in-Chief

February 27, 2019

Recently the streaming company, Netflix, has decided to raise the prices for members from 13% to 18%. The basic plan will cost $9 instead of $8; the HD standard plan will cost $13, up from the original, $11; and the 4K premium plan will cost $16, as a replacement for $14. This is the fourth time...

Brief Review of the Midterms and What Has Changed

Owen McCreary, Staff Writer

January 5, 2019

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

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

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...

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