The Cub Reporter

Should people become vegetarian?

William S., Editor

March 18, 2019


Filed under Opinion

One of the most debatable topics of our time, the question of should people become vegetarian has led to various intense debates with rabid supporters on each side. Vegetarians claim that killing animals for meat is unethical and not needed, while others claim that eating meat is completely natural and ...

Sports Mascots Being Offensive

Sports Mascots Being Offensive

Anya D., Editor

March 18, 2019


Filed under Opinion

Various team names and mascots have discriminative and racist backgrounds- these need to be changed and made right. Some of the team or mascot names are derived from certain cultures and are offensive to many. This needs to be stopped and changed. Some people are very passionate about their teams, a...

Should the U.S. Help Other Countries in Need?

Should the U.S. Help Other Countries in Need?

Evan W., reporter

March 7, 2019


Filed under Opinion

The U.S. has fought wars in other countries that had nothing to do with them. America got involved in wars like Syria, Vietnam, and Afghanistan. These wars had no effect on America, but they decided to help countries fight to victory. As of today, the U.S. has to most powerful military forces in the...

The Border Wall Solution Trump Hasn’t Thought of

The Border Wall Solution Trump Hasn’t Thought of

Alan H., reporter

March 4, 2019


Filed under Opinion

After the longest government shutdown issued by our 45th President, Donald Trump continues to persuade Congress to fund the building of a wall at the US’s southern border. If a national emergency exists, then the President should take his case directly to the people of the US and look for other wa...

Medicare For All

Medicare For All

Elio R., Reporter

February 19, 2019


Filed under Opinion

Medicare For All is a health care plan that was developed by Senator Bernie Sanders. It is single-payer health insurance, that the national government runs. The program covers all Americans and replaces private coverage. Health care financing is organized by a single public or quasi-public agency. Bernie ...

Disney raising prices again- when will it be too much?

Disney raising prices again- when will it be too much?

Reese M., reporter

February 19, 2019


Filed under Uncategorized

Disneyland, the happiest place on earth, has raised their prices by up to 25% in the last year. Now, the cheapest day ticket is over $100 for the low demand days, such as an April weekday. For a one-day adult ticket on a peak date, they increased the price from $135 to $149. They also rose their prem...

Banning Plastic Straws- Will It Make a Difference?

Banning Plastic Straws- Will It Make a Difference?

Charis P., reporter

February 19, 2019


Filed under Opinion

Throughout many cities in the United States, plastic straws are being banned. Starting in the year 2018, restaurants have stopped putting out straws or serving drinks with straws unless customers ask to have one. Starbucks has even agreed to stop giving out their green straws with their drinks by the...

Is Trump Abusing His Power for a Wall?

Is Trump Abusing His  Power for a Wall?

Andrew N., Reporter

January 28, 2019


Filed under Opinion

President Donald Trump has been president for about two years now. Some say that he’s being a great president, while others believe that he’s a terrible president. Now the new question is if Donald Trump is abusing the power and capabilities of being president. So far Donald Trump has done not r...

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...

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 Gun Debate

The Gun Debate

Jason M., Reporter

June 6, 2018


Filed under Opinion

Parkland, Sandy Hook, Las Vegas, Orlando Nightclub, Santa Fe, San Bernardino, Sutherland Springs Church, the list goes on. The pattern is all too familiar. A tragic mass shooting, a mourning, a call for action, repeat.  Dozens dead and injured, families heartbroken, and a hope that something will chan...

Should Schools Start Later?

Should Schools Start Later?

Krista K., Reporter

June 5, 2018


Filed under Opinion

Many people believe teens could do better if schools started at a later time. According to The American Academy of Pediatrics, schools should start at 8:30 a.m. or later to better align with the “biological sleep rhythms of adolescents, whose sleep-awake cycles begin to shift up to two hours later at the s...

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