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Danielle Dietsch

Danielle Dietsch

February 25, 2016


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Danielle Dietsch is a sophomore at CB South. In her free time, she enjoys listening to music like Sublime, Red Hot Chili Peppers, Kings of Leon, etc. and spending time with her friends. In the future, she would like to pursue a career in Photography. She is enthusiastic for what this year is going to...

Ryan Wirsch

Ryan Wirsch

February 25, 2016


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Ryan Wirsch firmly believe that corruption should be unearthed and the news should be covered, whether it be a hot button topic or not. Currently a senior, Ryan strives for Pulitzer Prize as he writes for his journalism class uncovering new facts for the general public. The only one guy who can read...

Evelina Fazlyeva

Evelina Fazlyeva

February 25, 2016


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Evelina Fazlyeva transferred to CB South from Upper Merion just over the summer. She was born in Russia and moved to America in 2007. In addition to writing, she loves going out with her friends, going to concerts, and helping out her community. After high school, her goal is to get a PhD in psychol...

Nolan Cook

Nolan Cook

February 25, 2016


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Nolan is a sophomore in his first year at south. He loves animals and the outdoors and because of that he aspires to be an environmental scientist. Out of school he enjoys various activities like playing basketball, hanging out with friends, and watching football with his brothers. He also is really obses...

Andrew Kolba

Andrew Kolba

February 25, 2016


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Andrew Kolba is, first and foremost, a satirsit. He is often regarded as the most renowned absurdist of the modern era. His works Euphoria and Sports: What Are They? A Brief History of Sports and How They Became What They Are Today are set atop the tallest pedestal of modern literature. His work is t...

Josh Kaye

Josh Kaye

February 25, 2016


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Josh Kaye is currently in his senior year here at South. He loves three things the most: fashion, Fantasy football, and dogs. He plays baseball for CB South and is also involved in multiple clubs including Feed N Read, O.E.G, and the Stock Market Club. He loves learning about social media marketing an...

Juntae Rocker

Juntae Rocker

February 25, 2016


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Juntae is a sophomore, and is enjoying his first year as part of the Titan Tribune. His interests include soccer, debating, drawing, and especially writing. As a loyal and dependable writer, Juntae does his best for the Tribune. Despite having minimal experience in newspaper (only having been in newspaper ...

Dates for Dummies

Dates for Dummies

Sophia Wang, Editor-in-Chief

February 24, 2016


Filed under Advice, Food, Opinion

If you’re anything like me, you know that feeling of simultaneously wanting to go out and do something but being too lazy to actually plan anything. When you’ve watched all the Netflix there is to watch and eaten all the Oreo’s there are to eat, or hey – when you’ve finished all the chemistry work...

Thin Crust, Thick Positives at Jules

Lauren Fleming, Assistant Editor

February 23, 2016


Filed under Arts and Entertainment, Food, Opinion

I’m the kind of person who is always looking for a healthier and fresher option. I’m not one to be content with low-quality and unhealthy substitutes of any variety. I revel in what is organic and wholesome, and in what spends the shortest time traveling from source to plate. This is why Jules is...

FAA Regulations Cause Concern for Drone Owners

FAA Regulations Cause Concern for Drone Owners

Troy Klauder, Contributing Writer

February 23, 2016


Filed under News, Opinion

In earlier decades, science fiction portrayals of future technology often had a similar theme. Works such as The Jetsons, Blade Runner, and Back to the Future each included flying cars, making them commonplace in depictions of the future. So now that it’s 2016, many Americans are left wondering “Wher...

How the Philadelphia Phillies are Building a Contender

How the Philadelphia Phillies are Building a Contender

Troy Klauder, Contributing Writer

February 23, 2016


Filed under Sports

It is undeniably a rough time for Philadelphia sports. The Eagles are in a state of turmoil following a 7-9 finish and the release of head coach Chip Kelly. The Sixers are dead last in the NBA with a measly four wins, while the Flyers are struggling to keep their head above water at sixth place in their...

Girls International

Katelyn Wolfgang, Staff Writer

February 23, 2016


Filed under Student Life

Students at CB South might not enjoy every second in school, but many girls in developing and war torn countries dream of obtaining a basic education.  Poverty and abuse are the harsh realities for many young girls, who are often married off to older men. Twenty-eight girls each minute become victims...

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