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Holiday Apple Dumplings Recipe

Holiday Apple Dumplings Recipe

Brianna Bannach, Staff Writer

November 30, 2014


Filed under Arts and Entertainment, Food, Showcase

These are not your traditional apple dumplings. I first made apple dumplings with Girl Scouts when I was little, but they were the typical kind: a whole apple wrapped in dough. Apple dumplings are a Pennsylvania Dutch tradition and have always been a favorite in my family. My great mommom always brought...

Simple Holiday Butter Cookie Recipe

Simple Holiday Butter Cookie Recipe

Brianna Bannach, Staff Writer

November 30, 2014


Filed under Arts and Entertainment, Food, Showcase

They simple butter cookies are very easy to make and delicious. Try this recipe out for a cute dessert to eat during the holidays! Ingredients: 1\2 cup butter 3\4 cup granulated sugar 1 egg 1 Tbs milk 1\2 tsp vanilla extract 2 cups flour 1 tsp baking powder 1\2 tsp salt   Instructions:   Preheat...

AP Lit-erally Pros at Prose

AP Lit-erally Pros at Prose

Annie Wang, Co-Editor in Chief

November 26, 2014


Filed under Student Life

Passion is contagious. And the means by which passion is spread is through passionate people. And you won’t find more passion than in poets—especially those at the Geraldine R. Dodge Poetry Festival. For those who are passionate about poetry, the Dodge Poetry Festival is known as “poetry heaven,”...

Steph Litzenberger Shoots a Goal to an Ivy League

Brianna Cover, Contributing Writer

November 26, 2014


Filed under Sports, Spotlight

Those who know junior Steph Litzenberger, a stand out member of the CB South field hockey team, might be surprised to learn that she never intended to even learn the sport. “At first I didn’t even want to play field hockey, but my mom made me," she said. "Who would have known that six years later...

Halloween Orchestra Concert

Joy Zhao, Staff Writer

November 26, 2014


Filed under Student Life

Just two days before Halloween, the CB South Orchestra and Chamber Strings performed a spectacular repertoire conducted by the beloved Mr. Hensil. The orchestra members dressed up in their wacky costumes in the spirit of Halloween, with Mr.Hensil sporting a Coke “ensemble.” For those who love...

Maze Runner Review

Julie Wood, Staff Writer

November 26, 2014


Filed under Arts and Entertainment, Reviews

When I saw the commercials for Maze Runner, my first question was why that guy from Teen Wolf and the socially awkward character from We're the Millers were in the same movie together. It seemed like a strange hero-villain duo since they were both known for certain roles outside of this movie. To my surpr...

What Does CB South Think About the Upcoming Winter?

Dikembe Wilkins, Contributing Writer

November 26, 2014


Filed under Opinion, Student Life

In a few days, winter will officially be upon the residents of Bucks County, and CB South has an opinion on what this season will be like. Last year, the many snowstorms hindered CB South students’ abilities to travel safely to school, resulting in multiple snow days. The multiple unplanned days...

Katelyn Wolfgang

November 26, 2014


Filed under Uncategorized

Katelyn Wolfgang is a senior at South who loves being involved in Titans Connect and spending time with her friends. Her favorite subject is science, and she hopes to major in biology or bio-chemistry in college. Katelyn is very excited to explore all the wonderful things South has to offer!...

Scandal Season 4 Premiere

Katelyn Wolfgang, Staff Writer

November 26, 2014


Filed under Arts and Entertainment

(Warning: If you haven't seen Seasons 1-3, there are spoilers!) Grade: A The long wait is finally over for fans of Scandal! The season 4 premiere aired on September 25. With a new time slot of Thursday night at 9/8c, many Gladiators (Scandal fans) were worried that the show notorious for scandal would...

The History of the NFL on Thanksgiving

The History of the NFL on Thanksgiving

Dylan Andrade, Staff Writer

November 26, 2014


Filed under Sports

Thanksgiving has always been a heartwarming holiday. There’s family, friends, and food. But it would never be as satisfying without the presence of football. The tradition has been around for over a century, as the first Thanksgiving Day football game took place on November 17, 1869 in Philadelphia....

The Truth Behind the 27 Club

The Truth Behind the 27 Club

Lauren Fleming, Staff Writer

November 26, 2014


Filed under Arts and Entertainment, News, Showcase

Kurt Cobain. Jimi Hendrix. Janis Joplin. Amy Winehouse. Jim Morrison. What do all of these musical prodigies have in common? Death at the early age of 27. Myths and conspiracy theories surround the famous "27 Club," claiming that 27 is the most vulnerable age for musicians. But what draws the line...

Powder Puff 2014: Girls Get Rowdy, Game’s Called Off

Rachel Stock, Staff Writer

November 26, 2014


Filed under Sports

The 2014 Powder Puff football tournament has been cancelled due to inclement weather conditions. It would have occurred on Saturday, November 1, but all of Chalfont and Warrington was greeted unpleasantly with torrential downpours and cold, harsh winds—making it impossible to hold the tournament at...

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