The Cub Reporter

Should Mickey Mouse be Available to the Public?

Should Mickey Mouse be Available to the Public?

Bryan W., Reporter

January 9, 2019


Filed under Opinion

For years, the common everyday items in the public domain have allowed humans to create some of the most iconic characters like Dracula, Sherlock Holmes, Frankenstein, Frankenstein's Monster, Robin Hood, and King Kong. But Disney has held back a certain character from the public domain. Mickey Mo...

Is the Earth Flat?

Is the Earth Flat?

Mia R., Editor

January 9, 2019


Filed under Opinion

Many people have different opinions on the earth’s shape, but there is only one logical answer. The earth is not flat for many valid reasons that have been proven. However, everyone has their own opinion on this statement. People that think the Earth is flat have their reasons. Through their point...

Can music be mood altering?

Can music be mood altering?

Elise M., Reporter

December 18, 2018


Filed under Opinion

Can music alter moods? Music is much more powerful than many people think. Music can make people feel happy, sad, pumped up, or calmed, just depending on the song. Different genres of music can also change the mood of people and make them feel a certain way. Rock, hard rock, punk, and indie can often...

Artificial Sweeteners: Ban or Can

Artificial Sweeteners: Ban or Can

Jonathan Y., Reporter

December 18, 2018


Filed under Opinion

Starting from the 1950s, artificial sweeteners are known for being an alternative to sugar, but many have asked; How harmful are artificial sweeteners? Scientists have researched and experimented for the truth of artificial sweeteners and have found multiple answers to this issue. Artificial sweet...

The United States Mexican-American Border

The United States Mexican-American Border

Elio A., Reporter

December 18, 2018


Filed under Opinion

The United State’s border with Mexico is a controversial place, and it is no surprise that it is caught up in a lot of heated tension and opinions. One of President Donald Trump’s main proposals was to increase safety at the border with more security and a wall spanning the entire 1,954 miles. President...

Should the Government Fund More Money Into Technology?

Should the Government Fund More Money Into Technology?

Donald C., Reporter

December 5, 2018


Filed under Opinion

Technology is everywhere. Whether it is a nearby device or created by a device, it is still all around. In the U.S., more and more new technology is being invented and created. The U.S. is considered one of the world’s most technologically advanced country as exciting and useful devices are popping ...

Is the Government Watching People too much?

Is the Government Watching People too much?

Allen E., Reporter

December 3, 2018


Filed under Opinion

In the past few decades technology has made a large impact on citizens lives whether it is in the form of everyday electronics or very advanced systems used in labs. Out of the thousands of pieces of technology, the two that are constantly keeping an eye on citizens are cameras and the internet. Most...

Why California Should Have Daylight Saving Year Round

Why California Should Have Daylight Saving Year Round

Anya D., Editor

December 3, 2018


Filed under Opinion

On the second Sunday of March each year, the US jumps ahead an hour, and in the first Sunday of every November, falls back to original time. California should, in fact, keep time change all year rather than “falling back”. Only two out of the fifty states in the US have banned daylight savings. Ar...

Discrimination at US Universities

Discrimination at US Universities

Lauren N., Reporter

November 28, 2018


Filed under News, Opinion

Discrimination against Asian Americans are not only at Yale and Harvard, the two schools that are on the news, but it is also at universities all across the United States of America. It all started a few years back when people wanted to make the schools more diverse using affirmative action. Affirmative...

Metric V.S. Customary

Metric V.S. Customary

Bryan W., Reporter

November 7, 2018


Filed under Opinion

One of the strangest things about the U.S. is that their way of measurement is different than the rest of the world. In the U.S, they use the Customary system of measurement instead of the Metric system, which is used everywhere but the U.S. The history of the Metric and Customary system is a long one ...

Discord VS Google Hangouts

Discord VS Google Hangouts

Alyssa W., Reporter

November 7, 2018


Filed under Opinion

On the last days of school, students manage to whisper their email addresses, phone numbers, BattleTag, whatever they’ll use to communicate over the summer, to their besties, so they can hang out online. This could be many things, from talking to collaborating on something to teaming up in the latest bat...

Understanding California’s Propositions

Understanding California’s Propositions

Jason M., Co-Editor-In-Chief

November 7, 2018


Filed under Opinion

On November 6, Californians will cast their votes on 11 state propositions. These include a proposition to repeal the gas tax and a total of four different housing propositions. Propositions are a form of direct democracy in California and voters have voted on 1,253 propositions since 1912. Proposition 1 w...

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