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Feminism: Fight for Gender Equality

Photo via Flickr from Joseph Francis under Creative Commons license

Natalie Keck, Contributing Writer

December 27, 2015

Honesty. Love. Freedom. Democracy. Do these words mean anything in modern-day society? They were once meant to describe honorable ideologies, but now people use them with a loose understanding of the ideas they were once meant to portray. Something is wrong with the world we live in when the same, meani...

December Favorites: 15 Random Things

Emily Nardo, Staff Writer

December 25, 2015

1. New York City 2. The unexpectedly warm weather 3. The 1975 4. Troye Sivan's whole album (Blue Neighbourhood) 5. Gilmore Girls  6. Village Bagel (cheddar bagel with chive cream cheese!!!) 7. Parks and Rec...Ron Swanson anyone? 8. Zombieland (because Christmas movies are overplayed) 9. The ...

Christmas with Krampus

Julie Wood, Staff Writer and Editor

December 25, 2015

“He knows if you’ve been bad or good, so be good for goodness sake.” To whom do these lyrics apply? Some may say the jolly Santa Claus, but “you better watch out” because Krampus is comin’ to town. If you like horror movies with an abundance of comic relief and Christmas cheer, then Krampus is the m...

Winter Choir Concert

Annie Wang, Co-Editor in Chief

December 25, 2015

On Thursday, December 10, the CB South Choir held a winter concert at South, led by choir director Mr. Stellino. Featured are CB South and West Orchestras. Check out the links below for the performances: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=onOd7n6Rmiw – Hallelujah Chorus – Handel https://www.youtube.com/w...

2015–A Year in Review

Erin Burchell and Katelyn Wolfgang

December 25, 2015

As 2015 comes to end, let's rewind the most memorable moments so far from the 2015-2016 school year. First day of school, and for the sophomores, the first day of high school!: As students came off the buses, they were greeted by the CB South marching band, who played classic tunes from the footbal...

Ways to Spend the New Year

Shruti Viswanath, Staff Writer

December 25, 2015

2015 has been a wonderful and eventful year, but it has flown by right before our eyes. Now, we are less than a week from another year of making new memories. But how can we celebrate the New Year? Throw a party: What better way to recount memories than be right beside your friends? This is a perfect...

Recipes for Cooking up Holiday Cookies

Shruti Viswanath, Staff Writer

December 25, 2015

The cold days are coming and there’s no better way to stay cozy than to curl up in bed with a nice movie on Netflix and a delicious snack. Here are a few recipes perfect for the holiday season. No bake cookies: Melt eight tablespoons of butter into a large saucepan and mix in one and a half cups ...

Ray Goren’s Songs Are “Songs For You”

Check out Ray Goren's Album!

Julie Wood, Arts and Entertainment Editor

December 25, 2015

Ray Goren does it all.  He writes his own music, plays multiple instruments, performs to large audiences, has released an EP, and he’s only fifteen years old!   Goren has been developing his true talent for music since he was three years old, writing songs and listening to his favorite jazz arti...


Link members are always having fun!

Haleigh Barstow, Staff Writer

December 25, 2015

Link (n.) To make, form, or suggest a connection with or between Nearly all people have their own special hobbies, strengths, or favorite pastimes they can express through the wide selection of clubs offered at South. Whether it be debate club, environmental club, or even the school newspaper, at C...

Meet your Match: Abby Caddick

Abby Caddick prepares to serve during a practice tennis match

Connor Anderson, Contributing Writer

December 25, 2015

Eat. Sleep. Tennis. Repeat. This cycle is not far from the actual lifestyle lived by Central Bucks South varsity tennis player, Abby Caddick. Abby, a sophomore, is a force to be reckoned with on the court and has a 23-4 record since she joined the tennis team freshman year. Abby began playing ...

How to get Away with Murder: the Saga that Never Sleeps

Viola Davis plays the harsh but caring defense lawyer Annalise Keating on the show. Photo via Flickr by Red Carpet Report under Creative Commons license

Natalie Keck, Contributing Writer

December 25, 2015

Release Date: October 22, 2015                                 Genre: Legal Drama Rating:            8.5/10                                                             Run Time: approx. 43 minutes...

GO:OD am by Mac Miller Review

Mac Miller performing at his show. Photo via Flickr by Eddy Risling under Creative Commons license

Caroline Muehlbronner, Contributing Writer

December 25, 2015

Pittsburgh born and raised rapper Mac Miller is beginning to gain the widespread popularity he’d hoped for with the September 18 release of his newest album GO:OD am. His album gets 4.5 stars (out of five). Mac really displays his creative and professional progression in this album, which is likel...

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