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CB South Homecoming King and Queen: Nick McGee and Lily Bowman

Congrats to CB South Homecoming Queen, Lily Bowman, and Homecoming King, Nick McGee! Photo from Nina DiSandro.

Annie Wang, Co-Editor in Chief

October 19, 2015

This past Friday, October 16, was one of the most anticipated days of the school year so far. Leading up to Friday was a school spirit week, featuring different days with themes like "90s Tuesday" and "Tropical Thursday," with Friday being "Black vs. Blue," the colors of CB South. The school day ended...

Kicking Off the Year with CB South’s Football Team

(L to R) Uhuru Kamau, Tommy Merlo, and Louie Graham ready to tackle the next game! Photo from Paige Braun.

Christina Katehis, Staff Writer

October 16, 2015

As the weather gets colder, what we anticipate the most as a school are our Friday night football games. We started off this season with a home game on September 4th against Central Bucks West, which we won with a final score of 40 – 14. The next game was away on September 11th at Council Rock HS,...

A Season of New for CB South Girls Volleyball

Brianna Bannach, Staff Writer

October 16, 2015

It’s the season of new for the girl’s volleyball team this fall: new season, new coach, new uniforms. Last year marked the end of Coach Ulana Keer’s time here at South. Coach Kurt Godfrey, who has coached the boy’s volleyball team in the past, took her position this year, along with Brandon Johnson...

Titan Field Hockey: Keeping the Ball Rolling

Dakota Hurwitz and Shannon Kelly

October 16, 2015

Displaying a tremendous amount of passion and playing with immense energy, Titan field hockey is taking the season by storm. Junior Varsity has started off strong with a 4-1 record so far in the season, and Varsity is rolling as well at 2-1-2. All three captains on JV, Taylor Soderberg, Molly Sullivan,...

A Warm Sunday Welcoming of Pope Francis

Mitchell Mannas, Contributing Writer

October 16, 2015

Pope Francis was certainly busy during the weekend on October 26-27 in the city of brotherly love. The day included speeches to bishops, visits to the incarcerated, and the celebration of mass on the parkway with nearly a million people. His World Meeting of Families trip ultimately ended in Philadelphia...

A Cup of Java City

Becky Caimi, Staff Writer

October 16, 2015

Time to skip the line at Starbucks, Titans! One of South’s newest and most popular places to be this year is Java City. Across from the main gym in the concessions stand, Java City is already causing a stir in the halls of CB South. Founded in 1985 by Tom Weborg, Java City is a great place to get...

“A Whole New World” for Mikaila Harper

Cassidy Cimino, Contributing Writer

October 16, 2015

Central Bucks South Junior Mikaila Harper runs to the front office to get her forum teacher’s mail. Her nerves increase as she anxiously waits for the attendant to give the delivery. The attendant grins as she gives Mikaila  the piece of paper that would change her year and future. The slip read...

Rallying Change in the Pep Rally

Jenna Bockman, Contributing Writer

October 16, 2015

Students and faculty of CB South will take notice of a new atmosphere on October 16th, as members of the Senior Council are aiming to make this year’s Pep Rally a perfect start to Homecoming weekend. Senior Class President Garrett Bullock, along with Senior Class Historian Joanna Timmerman and Senior...

A Letter from the Editors — New Year, New You

Kathryn Wang, Co-Editor in Chief

October 16, 2015

I've been a senior for over a month now, and I still have a hard time adjusting to being in the oldest grade level in the school. For years, I was able to rely on those in the grades above me to guide me, to mentor me, and to help me get through the general stress of high school. As a senior, I have...

The 2nd Annual Chalk-a-Palooza

Nina Disandro (left) and Emily Cid (right) are working together to draw the medical symbol for the HOSA square.

Joy Zhao, Staff Writer

October 11, 2015

A few years ago, when South first opened, the hallways after school were eerily quiet and everyone had gone home. Now almost every day until 6 pm, the sounds of students bustling around echo throughout the building as kids come and go from multiple clubs and organizations.   Each year, students...

A Junior’s Reflection on Sophomore Year

Julia Keating, Staff Writer

October 11, 2015

Sophomore year is a hard adjustment from middle school. The work you are expected to do doubles in size, and this can be very stressful. You are no longer a part of a small Unami or Tamanend family, and that might seem frightening, but you will certainly find your place at CB South. As a junior at South,...

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