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The Next Three Years

Get ready for another year at C.B. South! Photo Courtesy CBSD

Devon Grosso, Contributing Writer

January 28, 2014

High School. It felt like just yesterday we were all in kindergarten with not a care in the world. These next three years are going to fly by and grant us with new opportunities that we all should take advantage of. Going from middle school to the high school can be a hard transition. Sophomore Shannon...

Student Spotlight: Kevin Witchey

Kevin Witchey, Left
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Kyle Balestrieri, Contributing Writer

January 28, 2014

Kevin Witchey is a 17 year old student attending CB South. He is a two sport athlete: quarterback of the football team as well as a member of the varsity lacrosse team. Kevin is a very aggressive defensive player on the boy’s lacrosse team at CB South.  He has played on varsity for lacrosse all...

Physical Education Classes: Promoting Life Long Fitness

Physical Education Classes: Promoting Life Long Fitness

Matt Chirik, Contributing Writer

January 28, 2014

CB South offers several Physical Education classes that are tailored to different fitness skills. The Phys. Ed. classes teach fitness skills and give students a mental break during the day. Starting with the Class of 2015, students will only be required to have one gym credit to graduate instead of...

Midnight Memories Album Review

Julie Wood, Staff Writer

January 28, 2014

“Something Great,” which is the name of one of the many new songs by One Direction, is definitely a description of this album. One Direction’s Liam Payne, Harry Styles, Louis Tomlinson, Niall Horan, and Zayn Malik have released their third album.  The album, Midnight Memories, was released on...

Catching Fire Review

Julie Wood, Staff Writer

January 28, 2014

Catching Fire, the sequel to The Hunger Games, is sparking excitement throughout the world. Based on the books by Suzanne Collins, Catching Fire is about a young woman named Katniss Everdeen who has just come back from winning the Hunger Games, a competition in which kids fight to the death in an a...

University of Pittsburgh: An Exciting Choice

Matt Fowler, Contributing Writer

January 28, 2014

It is that time of year again. For seniors, it is one of the most exciting times in their lives. By now, most seniors have finished sending out their college applications or are very close to completing their last few schools'. But now as the seemingly long and stressful waiting game begins, let's...

The Man, the Myth, the Legend: Rob Ford

Matt Chirik, Contributing Writer

January 28, 2014

Recently the behavior of Rob Ford, the Mayor of Toronto, has been appearing in the news a lot. People are fascinated by the “Crack Smoking Mayor” and his antics. All of the international attention started when a video of Mayor Ford smoking crack cocaine was release online in mid-2013. The crack...

The “Affluenza” Excuse

Ethan Couch
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Shannon Grosse, Contributing Writer

January 28, 2014

It seems that the world has turned into a game of Monopoly, fully equipped with “get-out-of-jail-free” cards for those who are fortunate enough.  Except in this game, nobody is allowed to flip the board when they become fed up with the game.   Texas teen Ethan Couch has been lucky enough to cash...

Let it Snow

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Casey DeMas, Contributing Writer

January 28, 2014

As soon as winter weather arrives and the air gets cold, children across the country begin to pray for snow days. For most American kids, a snow day means a day to sleep in, play in the snow, and take day off from school without being sick. South had its first snow day of the year on Tuesday, December...

You’re Not Just a Piece of Paper

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Josh Jordan, Editor-in-Chief

January 28, 2014

After a long four years of high school and a straight week of binge essay writing, my own college application process has finally come to a close. Although the process was tiring and stressful, the entire sum of what I had produced amounted only to a few pieces of paper. I think it's important for...

A “Peace” of Nelson Mandela

Mandela voting in 1994

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Annie Wang, Staff Writer

January 28, 2014

There are only a few in this world who are able to change a country, let alone the entire world. Nelson Mandela was one of these select few who has left an imprint upon history and touched the lives of those around him. Referred to as “the father of the nation,” he was best known for his peaceful...

What Students Have to Say About CB South Electives

What Students Have to Say About CB South Electives

Lauren Mosher, Contributing Writer

January 28, 2014

When students choose classes for their schedules, after selecting academic courses, they can choose from a variety of electives. CB South offers classes that usually last one marking period or one semester. These classes range from choir to woodshop to architectual design. When asked what their favorite...

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