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A Letter From the (Sad) Editor

Hannah Feldman, Editor-in-Chief

May 1, 2020

I never thought that I would be writing this letter to be honest with you, and I’ve been putting it off for quite a while. I, for some reason, magically believed that we would return to school and somehow everything would go back to normal in no time—but that was not the case at all. And so...

Registering to Vote

Hannah Feldman, Editor-in-chief

March 3, 2020

Believe it or not, you can register to vote when you are seventeen and a half--in PA at least. You cannot actually vote until you are 18, but by registering yourself early you can get ahead of the game. Registering early will also allow you to vote in an election even if your birthday is on the...

The Return of DeSean Jackson

The Return of DeSean Jackson

Jonathan Sim, Staff Writer

October 15, 2019

As the first player in NFL history to win a game by scoring on a punt return, DeSean Jackson has been a fan favorite in Philadelphia since he was drafted in 2008. Jackson logged 1,000+ yard seasons in 2009 and 2010, two of his best seasons. His iconic performance during the Miracle at the Meadowlands...

Homecoming is… coming!

Hannah Feldman, Head Co-Editor

September 25, 2019

The beginning of the school year is full of fun--you've got the very first day, your first tests of the season, and everyone's favorite: the start of football season. (Ladies, no need to post on your Insta-story that you've missed it because it's finally here!) One of the most exciting games of the...

America’s Healthcare Problem and the Solution to Fix It

Jason Chen, Editor-in-Chief

December 13, 2018

America’s healthcare situation has been under scrutiny for most of the 21stcentury. Citizens have criticized the expense as well as the accessibility of healthcare. As insurance rates rose, as did premiums, peoples’ patience dwindled. The Affordable Care Act (2010) only exacerbated frustratio...

CB Cares Volunteer Teens

Matthew Timofeev, Staff Writer

October 21, 2018

If you are looking for volunteer hours, or if you just want to have fun with friends and help out around the community, join CB Cares! The club has worked on numerous events ranging from the annual Halloween Haunted Carnival to MLK day of service and everything in between. Don’t be intimidated....

Former CB South Titan Josh Adams makes NFL Debut in Eagles’ Win

Former CB South Titan Josh Adams makes NFL Debut in Eagles' Win

Jason Chen, Editor-in-Chief

October 18, 2018

CB South has reason to be excited.  Josh Adams, former CB South Titan, made his NFL debut for the Philadelphia Eagles on Sunday afternoon against the Indianapolis Colts.  Adams rushed for 30 yards on six carries, averaging 5 yards per carry. His longest run was a 16-yard breakaway for a first down during the second quarter.   It’s a long time coming for Adams, who has had quite the ...

The Need for National Guard on the Border

Olivia Sablich

April 17, 2018

Trump's opinion about immigration and his suggestions to strengthen our boarder have been prominent since he started his presidential campaign. "Build the wall!" he yelled to crowds during his speeches. He has seemed to act this time though, which is not much of a surprise because he appears to be...

What You Need to Know For Prom

Casey Wood

March 24, 2018

Are you ready for a night of dressing in your best? Hanging out with your friends? And dancing to your favorite songs? If yes, then you are ready for prom! This spring Junior and Senior CB South students will be attending their class’s prom. Even though the night won’t go exactly how it did in High Sch...

“Weight” No Longer: Join the Weightlifting Club

Casey Wood, Assistant Editor

January 25, 2018

You may think this club is only offered to the students who lift on their own time and do it as a hobby, but the Weightlifting Club is open to everyone!

Joel ‘The Process’ Embiid

Joel 'The Process' Embiid

Dylan Andrade, Sports Editor

November 11, 2016

All was looking great for Joel Embiid until he suffered a stress fracture in his back before the Big 12 Tournament.


January 3, 2016

Annie Wang is a co-editor for the Titan Tribune. In addition to working on the newspaper, she is also part of HOSA (Health Occupations Students of America) and mock trial at South. Outside of school, Annie enjoys spending time with her family and on Netflix, both of which she loves very much! She is l...

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