The Cub Reporter

Japanese Manga Vs. American Comics

Kaia R., Reporter

December 6, 2013


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There are plenty of differences between Japanese Mangas and American Comics. Many Americans read American comics whilst many Japanese prefer Japanese manga. It is proven that Americans read mostly American comics because a lot of them didn’t know that the Japanese even make comics of their own! The...

Thanksgiving Leftovers and What to do With Them

Thanksgiving Leftovers and What to do With Them

Wyatt L., Reporter

December 5, 2013


Filed under Features

Thanksgiving, one of the most iconic days in America, has passed. With satisfied stomachs and still loads of food there's no doubt that there will be leftovers. What is there to do with these leftovers you may ask? Change them into a complete new meal of course! Here are three great recipes you can make...

Remembering JFK

Remembering JFK

Inaaya H., Reporter

December 5, 2013


Filed under Features

On November 22, 1963 bedlam was unleashed on the streets of Dallas Texas. President John Fitzgerald Kennedy was shot in his throat, back and head. He was pronounced dead at 1 pm at the Parkland Hospital. Many were dispirited and appalled by this news. The 35th President of the United States of America,...

The Evolution of Grunge

The Evolution of Grunge

Naomi T., Reporter

December 2, 2012


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Grunge originally started as a mainstream success in the early 1990’s. Indie Rock, Folk, Metal, and Punk were massive influences to the Grunge music and fashion. The main aspect of Grunge fashion is the slashed black tights, combat boots, Dr. Martens, and thigh-length plaid flannel shirts. In time,...

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