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Class of 2014: Keeping it Classy

Congratulations to the class of 2014!

Annie Wang, Staff Writer

June 24, 2014

Friday is already the most anticipated day of the week, but on June 20, 2014, it was also the most anticipated day of the year—the last day of school. For 650 seniors, however, this day was more than just a normal Friday, or even the last day of school. June 20, 2014 meant closing one chapter of their...

People for Pets and the SPCA

Becky Caimi and Stephanie Sinclair, Staff Writers

June 17, 2014

Each year, we see many commercials and advertisements portraying terrifying images of animals that are hurt, abused, or left alone on the streets. When animals that were abandoned are found and taken in, they are taken to shelters. Two of many shelters in Pennsylvania is the SPCA in Bucks and Montgomery...

Senior Athlete Signings

Congrats to all our student athletes!

Anna Erkalova, Assistant Editor

June 17, 2014

Field Hockey: Megan Hamilton-Providence College Mackenzie Harding-Villanova University Jessica Schmidt-University of New Hampshire Soccer: Matt Weigner-Farleigh Dickinson Pat Berneski-Notre Dame Nikki Weiss-East Stroudsburg University Austin Stout-West Virginia University Noah Snyde...

Vamos a España!

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Brianna Bannach, Staff Writer

June 16, 2014

A language can break down barriers and connect people separated by oceans and dialects. A group of CB South students, along with students from East and West, are preparing to fully immerse themselves in all things Spanish. For many, this will be the first time they will be able to use their years of...

The Amazing Spider-Man 2

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Pat Heaney, Staff Writer

June 16, 2014

A couple of weeks ago on an unsuspecting Thursday, I received a text message. It read, “Hey we’re going to go see the new Spider-Man movie.” I usually refrain from going to the movies on school nights because I have homework to do, but I made an exception for this.  How could I decline seeing...

The Fault in Our Stars Frenzy

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Julie Wood, Staff Writer

June 16, 2014

“I fell in love the way you fall asleep: slowly, and then all at once,"  is a quote from The Fault in Our Stars by the talented author John Green.  It can also describe how I feel about this amazing novel and the release of the movie which debuted in theaters on June 6. The Fault in Our Stars...

The Met Gala and a Preview of the Charles James Fashion Exhibit

One of Charles James's designs, which will be showcased at the exhibit

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Nicole Van Wagenen, Staff Writer

June 16, 2014

The most fashionable event of the year would be known as the illustrious Metropolitan Gala.  Celebrities spend thousands upon thousands of dollars annually on elaborate gowns for this widely known event. This year, the Costume Institute issued a “white tie and decorations” dress code.  This...

As the Seniors Say Goodbye to South, So Does their Principal

Photo via CBSD

Jamie Kassa, Staff Writer

June 16, 2014

No one in C.B. South hasn’t heard of Dr. Reitano. But as the year closes on her senior house, and she too is moving on to a new job across the country, plenty of things have been on the house principal and former English teacher’s mind. Reflecting on the years, Dr.. Reitano recalled always having...

Senior Profiles

Senior Profiles

Anna Erkalova, Assistant Editor

June 16, 2014

Jared Bennett- Future plans: Widener University for Biomedical Engineering with Pre-med. Why Widener? “I chose Widener because the campus is beautiful, I've heard great things from their engineering, and the Wawa on campus sure doesn’t hurt.” Other plans? “I want to get involved in intramural...

Sophomore and Juniors: Moving Forward

After summer, each grade will be another year older!
Photo via CBSD

Nicole Van Wagenen, Staff Writer

June 16, 2014

We ring in the calling of a warm and joyful summer while agonizing over the blissful year soon to be put behind us.  It is a sad goodbye, but it is a day that many of us have come to love. Quite a few would say our relationship with school is complicated…a "love-hate" relationship, dare I say....

PA Marriage Equality

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Lauren Fleming, Staff Writer

June 8, 2014

On May 20, 2014, the lifting of the gay marriage ban in Pennsylvania marked a constitutional victory for same sex couples. In court on the 20th, U.S. District Judge John E. Jones III ruled that Pennsylvania's law banning marriage equality is unconstitutional. The case was filed by the American Civil...

Remembering Maya Angelou

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Kathryn Wang, Staff Writer

June 8, 2014

Maya Angelou was one of the most legendary voices of our time, a renowned poet, author, educator, memoirist, and civil rights activist. Angelou passed away on May 28, 2014 in her home in Winston-Salem at the age of 86. Angelou is known for her seven autobiographies, various poetry books, and copious...

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