The Cub Reporter

Jojo Rabbit Review

JoJo hehehe. what kind of a name is that! What is he... GeRmAn!?!?!

Zachary T., Reporter

February 18, 2020

Jojo Rabbit is a fantastic movie for critics and viewers alike but it’s not for people who take offense to many things. The overall plot of the movie is a German boy named Jojo who lives with his mom and wants to be a Nazi soldier one day. Jojo’s mom is hiding a Jewish girl in their house and she doe...

Video Gaming Addictions in South Korea

hahaha gamer rise up am I right fellow members of society

Cameron O., reporter

November 26, 2019

In Seoul, an addicted young middle schooler constantly avoided his grandmother in order to play video games . He was always locked in his bedroom, while she looked out on the veranda window watching him glued to the screen. His addiction led him to sneak out to cyber cafes, still avoiding his grandma whil...

Sending Internet into Space

Satellites play an essential role in providing people with access to the internet.

Lauren N., Reporter

October 29, 2019

Even the thought of people going into space was impossible in the 1950s, but that all changed the moment that Yuri Gagarin went into space. From there, satellites and spacecraft have only gotten better and better as the years went by. Many spacecraft organizations have been created, such as SpaceX, N...

Mobile Phones Are Not 100% Safe

Mobile Phones Are Not 100% Safe

Evan W., Reporter

May 6, 2019

There are a lot of concerns regarding safety with cell phones. Are they really safe to a point where there are no risks? This is a question among scientists that hasn’t been answered yet. No, mobile phones are not 100% safe because of tumors and Radio Frequency-Electromagnetic Radiation (FR-EMR). First, t...

Is Social Media Affecting the Lives of Young Teens?

Is Social Media Affecting the Lives of Young Teens?

Jacqueline C., editor

April 3, 2019

What is social media? Social media are sites such as Instagram, Facebook, or Snapchat, where people create online accounts to communicate with others through videos, pictures or personal messages. Although social media is beneficial when it comes to connecting to family and friends and communication w...

China Bans Sale of iPhones


Jason M., Co-Editor in Chief

January 8, 2019

A court in China recently granted a preliminary injunction against tech giant Apple banning the import or sale of older models of iPhones. The same court banned Micron Technology, the largest chip-maker in the US from selling its products in China. The ban does not include the iPhone XS, XS Plus, and XR....

Should the Government Fund More Money Into Technology?


Donald C., Reporter

December 5, 2018

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 ...

Cancer Healing Nanoparticles


Colin M., Reporter

June 6, 2018

For years cancer has been one of the most deadly diseases known by mankind. Even worse, while we have ways to treat cancer, we have no idea how to cure it. That's where nanoparticles and nanotechnology might save the day. Nanotechnology is around one hundred to ten thousand times smaller than human cells....

What is a Space Pen?

Space pen made by Paul C. Fisher

Aaron K., Reporter

June 6, 2018

The Fisher Pen Company was founded in 1948 by a retired astronaut, Paul C. Fisher. The fisher space pen, also known as the zero gravity pen, is a special pen that allows people to write in outer space, underwater, and in extreme temperatures. The Fisher Space Pen has a lot of uses in many occupations...

Are Robots Taking Over?

The robot Pepper standing in a retail environment.

Jayden L., Reporter

June 5, 2018

We use machines and experience the differences robots and automatons have made in our daily lives. We can see the obvious effects of automation in our everyday lives, from robots in factories, to landing airplanes. These robots are slowly becoming more and more sophisticated. Robots used to work in factories, doing repe...

Do Video-Games Cause Violence?

Person playing video game.

Zach W., Reporter

May 24, 2018

Since 1992, 3D first-person shooter (FPS) video games have been a huge hit with teens and adults. The games’ fast-paced and incredibly imaginative style have proved to be a massive hit with the younger generation, but there is one problem with these games that has our society split...violence. In al...

Samsung’s Future Phones

What a nice looking phone...

Jason M., Reporter

May 23, 2018

For a long time, tech giants have been experimenting with folding screens. LG is working on a folding phone and a foldable TV and Huawei claims it has a “working” foldable phone. In fact, LG released a rollable TV. Way back in 2011, Samsung showed off a clunky prototype of a folding phone. Samsung's n...

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