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Hallelujah! Holiday Break is Coming Soon!

Luke Cheponis, Contributing Writer

December 22, 2014

It’s getting closer to the start of a brand new year. This means that the CB South students are getting ready for a long winter break. This is also the time of the year when teachers are preparing students for end of the semester exams. As winter break approaches, some students slowly begin to slac...

What Does CB South Think About the Upcoming Winter?

Dikembe Wilkins, Contributing Writer

November 26, 2014

In a few days, winter will officially be upon the residents of Bucks County, and CB South has an opinion on what this season will be like. Last year, the many snowstorms hindered CB South students’ abilities to travel safely to school, resulting in multiple snow days. The multiple unplanned days...

Is Cheerleading a Sport? Yay or Nay?

Carolyn Pye, Contributing Writer

October 27, 2014

The debate over whether cheerleading is a sport continues to spark conversations among the highly opinionated, but the answer is yet to be clear. Oxford defines a sport as "an activity involving physical exertion and skill in which an individual or team competes against another or others for entertainment."...

CB South Falls into Autumn

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Morgan McCrory, Contributing Writer

October 13, 2014

Now that summer has ended and autumn is here, people are beginning to dress in fall attire, enjoy different foods and drinks particular to the season, and display their seasonal decorations for the upcoming holidays. The new season introduces new fall and winter fashion trends. Many of the female...

Sophomores’ Opinions of CB South

Juniors welcome some of the class of 2017

Colin Kenney, Contributing Writer

October 13, 2014

On September 2, sophomores flooded from the buses and searched the halls for their classes. Now, over a month into school, the new Titans have learned a lot about CB South. Most sophomores, such as former Unami student Kevin DeMaioribus, say they like their new school,. Kevin said he has had a...

Sophomore and Juniors: Moving Forward

After summer, each grade will be another year older!
Photo via CBSD

Nicole Van Wagenen, Staff Writer

June 16, 2014

We ring in the calling of a warm and joyful summer while agonizing over the blissful year soon to be put behind us.  It is a sad goodbye, but it is a day that many of us have come to love. Quite a few would say our relationship with school is complicated…a "love-hate" relationship, dare I say....

Writing “Creatively”

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Jamie Kassa, Staff Writer

March 25, 2014

If you talk to some of the English teachers around South, you'll find that some of them aren’t too happy with the phrase “creative writing.” The argument is that all writing is, in some way, creative. But some styles, people find, are more difficult than others. The biggest enemy a writer will...

The “Affluenza” Excuse

Ethan Couch
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Shannon Grosse, Contributing Writer

January 28, 2014

It seems that the world has turned into a game of Monopoly, fully equipped with “get-out-of-jail-free” cards for those who are fortunate enough.  Except in this game, nobody is allowed to flip the board when they become fed up with the game.   Texas teen Ethan Couch has been lucky enough to cash...

You’re Not Just a Piece of Paper

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Josh Jordan, Editor-in-Chief

January 28, 2014

After a long four years of high school and a straight week of binge essay writing, my own college application process has finally come to a close. Although the process was tiring and stressful, the entire sum of what I had produced amounted only to a few pieces of paper. I think it's important for...

Frustrating Politics “Turn-off” Students

Deniz Tunceli, Contributing Writer

November 14, 2013

As October 17 grew closer, Congress was left with a decision to make, one with far-reaching implications.  The two options?  Keep the government shutdown and force a US default, or resolve the crisis and let over 800,000 Americans resume work. The choice seemed simple, at least to high-school students. ...

The Invention of Our Minds

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Stephanie Sinclair, Staff Writer

November 14, 2013

Life is full of inventions. What some people don’t realize though is that half the time, the inventing happens in our minds. This inventing isn’t building a fancy robot, a technologically advanced software system, or even some shiny trinket that makes day to day life more useful. The inventing th...

Ancient Aliens: Truth or Real?

Eric Sphar, Staff Writer

October 29, 2013

Egypt was built on three things: slaves, bronze... and aliens.  That’s right.  Aliens.  But these aren’t just any aliens; these are ancient aliens.  Popularized by the breakthrough History Channel show of the same name, Ancient Aliens give the answers to seemingly unanswerable questions. Modern genius and v...

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