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CB South Participates in GLSEN’s Day of Silence for the First Time

CB South Participates in GLSEN’s Day of Silence for the First Time

Holly Mirales, Staff Writer June 10, 2021

On April 23, 2021, many CB South students pinned rainbow ribbons onto their clothing or backpacks and took a vow of silence for the day. These students were participating in the Day of Silence, a nationwide...

Local CB Teacher Selected to Novel Endeavor

Ananya Siragavarapu, Assistant Editor May 5, 2021

Our world comes with many spectacles, both good and bad. The Battle of Waterloo, the Silk Road, the Crusades, the Renaissance, the Cold War, the Watergate Scandal and so many amazing events and people...

Historian Kenneth Davis Visits Virtually With CB South Students

Holly Mirales, Staff Writer May 4, 2021

The students in CB South’s chapter of the Rho Kappa National Social Studies Honor Society got a special opportunity to engage in a question-and-answer session with esteemed historian Kenneth Davis over...

The Iconic Month that Recognizes Iconic People, Also Known as March

The Iconic Month that Recognizes Iconic People, Also Known as March

Macie Mitnick, Staff Writer March 18, 2021

Every year, March's month is recognized as National Women's History Month in the United States. Like months such as Black History Month and Spanish Heritage Month, the month of March allows a particular...

Capitol Catastrophe?

Capitol Catastrophe?

Harika Chintapalli, Staff Writer January 19, 2021

January 6th, 2021. Chaos in every direction. People were breaking windows and climbing over walls to enter the United States' capitol building. Security struggled to contain the pandemonium. Soon...

Despite the Pandemic, Our Titans March On

Holly Mirales, Staff Writer December 20, 2020

Covid-19 has permeated every aspect of life. Businesses, schools, and the majority of people have sought ways to adapt and respond to Covid-19, trying to keep the population safe while also sustaining...

Extracurriculars: Benefits for the Brain

Samantha Rosinski, Staff Writer October 27, 2020

Whether you play a sport or participate in music or clubs, you are involved in an extracurricular activity. Now that school has started up again, it's more important than ever to get involved. Some may...

A Sophomore’s Guide to South Society

Ananya Siragavarapu, Assistant Editor October 27, 2020

Calling all sophomores! It’s the start of a new year at a new school. A fresh start, a new page in the numerous chapters of life. While this school year may be unconventional at best, and deplorable...

Tribune's Way of Halloween!

Tribune’s Way of Halloween!

October 27, 2020

With all the chaos going on in the world, nights like Halloween allow us something to look forward to. As Covid-19 has reshaped how we socialize, celebrate, and merely interact with one another, Halloween...

The Yearbook of 2021: “Staying Connected, Titans from a Distance.”

Ashley Corso, Editor-in-Chief October 27, 2020

In a world where photos have taken the place of words, a yearbook is essential to the high school experience. A yearbook is passed down from generation to generation; it displays the students' lives –...

Things to Know for the SAT (COVID-19 edition)

Allison Shin, Staff Writer September 27, 2020

Many juniors and seniors will be taking the SAT this year, and it can be a bit intimidating. These are a few things to know before walking into the test room. I promise, it is not that bad.   ...

Welcome Back, South!

Welcome Back, South!

Ashley Corso, Editor-in-Chief September 8, 2020

Welcome Back, South! To the classes of 2021, 2022, and 2023: welcome back to Central Bucks High School South! At the start of each year, we hope for a year of success, a year to create new relationships,...

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