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Mini THON

Mini THON

Shane Landis, Staff Writer

October 31, 2019

Mini-THON is approaching fast. Many teams have already begun fundraising money for THON, which donates the profits to childhood cancer research. So far, CB South has raised $1,738 for THON, with the goal being $25,000. Students such as Sarah Kozosey, a junior and team captain for the ‘Cancer...

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...

The Mural is Coming!

The Mural is Coming!

Jason Chen, Editor-in-Chief

October 9, 2019

CB South's 2nd mural is entering its final stages. It has been a long time coming. The first interest meeting for the mural took place in June 2018, nearly a year and a half ago. For months afterwards, students brainstormed ideas for the mural, producing thousands of sketches. All the sketches...

What’s Next for the Philadelphia Eagles?

What’s Next for the Philadelphia Eagles?

Adil Parikh, Senior Staff Writer

October 5, 2019

After falling behind 10-0 against the Green Bay Packers early in the 2nd quarter last Thursday night, you could already picture what everybody would be saying about the Philadelphia Eagles. “This team is overrated!” “Why can’t anybody ever stay healthy!” “Why can’t Nelson Agholor catch...

Graduation 2019

Graduation 2019

Jason Chen, Editor-in-Chief

June 15, 2019

June 14th, 2019, the day all seniors were waiting for: Graduation. Families, friends, and teachers, past and present, gathered to watch the Class of 2019 graduate. CB South alum Josh Adams even stopped by to deliver a speech to the graduating class. As the class walked out on to the field, phones...

Senior Prom

Casey Wood, Editor-in-Chief

May 21, 2019

Senior Prom was two weeks ago, but it feels like yesterday. Seniors enjoyed a night full of dancing, taking pictures, and hanging out with their friends for their final prom, followed by a fun prom weekend. If you're still sad that prom is over, relive the night through pictures! And congratulations...

Junior Prom

Jason Chen, Editor-in-Chief

May 21, 2019

Junior Prom took place on April 27th at Keenan Honda in Doylestown. Dancing, taking pictures, and hanging out with friends, juniors made it a night that they won't forget. The countdown to senior prom has begun, but in the meantime, relive the night of junior prom:               &n...

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...

Swimming Scholers: Taking over C.B. South Lane by Lane

Hannah Feldman, Assistant Editor

May 2, 2019

Sisters Heidi and Haley Scholer have been swimming for most of their lives and have now attacked the high school swimming world with speed that can only be compared to that of a killer whale.   “We were taking swim lessons, it was three people and I remember our coach asking us the question ‘who is the king of the seas?’ and I answered, ‘killer whale,’” said Haley....

Sports Rituals: How do Athletes Prepare?

Sports Rituals: How do Athletes Prepare?

Jason Chen, Editor-in-Chief

April 18, 2019

Athletes aspire for the brightest lights on the biggest stages. Playing in front of sold out crowds, the noise deafening, is an experience unlike anything else in life.   Athletes simply don’t walk into their games, hoping to perform at an elite level. They prepare, often in unique ways.  Basketb...

Finding Success in the Classroom and on the Field

Ashley Corso, Contributing Writer

April 18, 2019

Nearly half a million students are involved in athletics across the United States. Nearly half a million students are student athletes representing their school and finding balance between education and sports. Four hundred out of those half million students are here participating in the athletic programs a...

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...

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