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The Georgia Runoff

The Georgia Runoff

Macie Mitnick December 7, 2022

The Georgia Runoff On December 6th, the Georgia runoff for senator included democratic Senator Raphael Warnock and republican Herschel Walker. The results yielded 51.4% of the votes for Warnock and...

Pennsylvanias Mid-Term Election Results; The Biggies

Pennsylvania’s Mid-Term Election Results; The ‘Biggies’

Macie Mitnick November 12, 2022

The 2022 Pennsylvania mid-term elections have spoken. In Pennsylvania, our new governor is democrat Josh Shapiro, who won with 56.3% of casted votes. Shapiros opponent, Republican Douglas Mastriano,...

Black Friday: The Power and Profit of Technology

Black Friday: The Power and Profit of Technology

Cassidy Fisher November 12, 2022

Black Friday has been known as the biggest day in shopping for decades now. Big sales and discounts entice tens of millions of shoppers every year. This day marks the start of the holiday shopping season...

The Great Christmas Debate- How early is too early?

The Great Christmas Debate- How early is too early?

Diya Mahesh November 12, 2022

When should Christmas spirit start? Some say the conclusion of Halloween welcomes Christmas. Others say Thanksgiving needs more attention. With the ongoing debate of when Christmas truly begins, stores...

Sights and Sounds

Sights and Sounds

September 28, 2022

Sights and Sounds at South, presented by the CB South Marching Titans, is scheduled to return on Saturday, October 1st at 6 pm. Join us for a full afternoon of entertainment open to the community! The...

An Unexpected Aggression: The Slap

Ritvik Sindia, Staff Writer May 25, 2022

When one thinks of the word “Oscars,” what is the first thing that is projected into their mind? Celebrities receiving awards for specific pictures they starred in? A theatre loaded with thousands...

Let’s All be Kind Like Joey

Aidan Greenspan, Staff Writer May 2, 2022

The 3rd annual Kind Like Joey 5k was held this Sunday, May 1st, at 8:30 am! The Kind Like Joey Foundation was created following the tragic passing of Joey Edwards, a student at Unami. The Foundation honors...

Review of Super Bowl LVI

Review of Super Bowl LVI

Collin Wellock, Staff Writer February 24, 2022

The unstoppable Los Angeles Rams won Super Bowl 56 over the underdog Cincinnati Bengals on Sunday. Numerous Rams players won their first well deserved rings and stopped the uber confident Burrow led Bengals.  Rams...

Spiderman No Way Home Review

Spiderman No Way Home Review

Ritvik Sindia, Staff Writer February 24, 2022

WARNING! SPOILERS AHEAD Out of the 8 Sony-originated Spiderman movies produced and released, only one broke the box office records within the opening weekend. Spiderman No Way Home is directed by...

tick, tick... Boom! premiered on Netflix in November

tick… tick… BOOM! – The Musical Revival Of Jonathan Larson

Alexa Haidacher, Contributing Writer January 20, 2022

tick… tick… BOOM! – The Musical Revival of Jonathan Larson The revival of Jonathan Larson’s off-Broadway autobiographical musical, tick…tick…BOOM!, has been widely acclaimed in its new movie...

Behind the Scenes of CB Souths Radium Girls

Behind the Scenes of CB South’s Radium Girls

Roshni Srikant and Holly Mirales January 10, 2022

Back on Stage (by Roshni Srikant) Lights, camera, action! CB South's play Radium Girls showcased the life of Grace Fryer, a dial painter at the US Radium Corporation in the 1920s, as she struggled to...

A member of the community speaks at a recent Central Bucks School District board meeting.

CB Civil Wars: A Look to the Future or Relinquishment of the Past?

Erin Smith, Staff Writer January 10, 2022

School districts across the country are struggling, especially Central Bucks School District. Transphobic and racist comments, fights breaking out over mask mandates, and antisemitism have been more frequent...

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