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The Way Way Back

The Way Way Back

Billy Ambrose, Staff Writer

November 14, 2013

One of the funniest comedies of this past summer is not one that’s very well known. The Way Way Back is a film written and directed by Nat Faxon and Jim Rash, both making their directorial debuts, although viewers can hardly tell. The natural dialogue and the smooth flow of the movie is very far fro...

Reminiscing about NYFW

Nicole Van Wagenen, Staff Writer

November 14, 2013

NYFW (New York Fashion Week) has finally come upon us and just as quickly gone.   Only those on the fashion industry inside have access to the coveted Mercedes Benz Runway Fashion shows.  For that one week, people from around the globe flock to the city known as the “fashion hotspot” to be in on ...

A Redhead With a Guitar: Ed Sheeran

Naarah Knuckles, Staff Writer

November 14, 2013

Ed Sheeran is a unique kind of singer-songwriter with messy red hair and an interesting flair for rapping, beatboxing, and creativity. Sheeran himself calls his sound “acoustic soul with hip-hop influences.” His songs revolve around, love, lust, loss, and life expressed in melodies that sooth the so...

One Direction Movie Hits Theaters on a High-Note

Helena McKendrick, Staff Writer

November 14, 2013

The boy band that has been stealing the hearts of young girls worldwide has done it again. Liam Payne, Harry Styles, Niall Horan, Louis Tomlinson, and Zayn Malik of One Direction hit number one at the box office with their premiere of This Is Us. The film just nearly passed Lee Daniels’ The Butler wit...

Hellogoodbye: Everything is Debatable Review

Steve Manzo, Contributing Writer

November 14, 2013

Hellogoodbye’s third album Everything is Debatable is a very interesting album. It doesn’t take any prior knowledge of the band to enjoy, but getting to know where the band came from gives some insight as to how they got to their current sound. Their debut album Zombies! Aliens! Vampires! Dinosaurs...

No Sleep

November 14, 2013

Q: I always have to stay up late finishing my homework, and I don’t get enough sleep at night. I am always tired at school, and it’s hard to stay awake sometimes. What can I do? A: Try to find a way to get your homework done earlier in the day, so you don’t have to stay up finishing it. Perhaps ...

New School Anxiety

November 14, 2013

Q: I’m excited to start a new school year, yet I can’t help but feel very nervous for the change. What can I do to reduce my anxiety? A: Starting a new school year can bring on a rollercoaster of different emotions. The most important thing to realize is that it’s highly likely everyone is ...

Putting the “Super” in “Superintendent”

Putting the “Super” in “Superintendent”

Annie Wang, Staff Writer

November 14, 2013

Pages turning, pens scribbling, students studying. Behind this daily bustle of school lies one man: Dr. David Weitzel. In July 2013, when Dr. Rod Green stepped down from his role as superintendent, Dr. Weitzel was chosen as Acting Superintendent. This meant he would temporarily act as the superintendent, ta...

Welcome to South, Sophomores

Welcome to South, Sophomores

Dan Yarnall, Assistant Editor

November 14, 2013

Hello new sophomores. How does it feel to be on the bottom rung again after middle school?  Well perhaps my advice can alleviate some of that emotional pain. You have just finished your first marking period here and you are probably getting a feel for the place; however, South has many unwritten rules...

The Invention of Our Minds

The Invention of Our Minds

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...

Diving into the South Swim Team

Cierra Gelfand, Contributing Writer

November 14, 2013

As sophomore student at CB South Hannah Waugh touches the bottom of the cool pool with her sore toes, she reflects on why she ever made the decision to make such a big commitment. “I wanted to try something new and be more involved in South,” Hannah said. Not only is she committing to the swim te...

What Happened to Softball in the Olympics?

What Happened to Softball in the Olympics?

Quinn Fabryk, Contributing Writer

November 14, 2013

In 1967, softball was formally recognized as an Olympic sport. At the 1996 Summer Olympics in Columbus, Georgia, the first softball game in the Olympic program was played. Since the 2008 games, many decisions have been made regarding softball and baseball in the Olympics. In July of 2005, the IOC, or the...

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