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The Bull's Eye

The depth of our opinions (or lack thereof)

Eric Hong, Opinion Editor

March 21, 2017

Filed under Opinion

A year ago I would have said a pregnant woman has every right to decide what to do with the collection of embryonic cells residing within her. Today I say anyone who touches that being threatens a mother’s child. A year ago ...

A letter of appreciation

Amelie Lee, Asst. Feature Editor

March 21, 2017

Filed under Opinion, Seriously Satirical

Dear Shakespeare, This month, I received the unbelievable opportunity of witnessing the beautiful writing and intricate plot of one of your works. My fellow students and I were assigned the play “Romeo and Juliet” in our En...

The real concern: The outside world

Ingrid Chan, Staff Writer

March 21, 2017

Filed under Opinion

It’s about time to address the one concern that has been looming in the recesses of every student’s mind: stepping into the real world. The sheltered bubble so many Diamond Bar High School students seem to be indulging in won’t...

Eye of the Editors: TARDY POLICIES

March 21, 2017

Filed under Eye of the Editors, Opinion

A student arrives to class a few minutes early, but decides to get up and use a tissue to combat their sniffling nose-a bodily function that the student has no control over. However, the bell rings while the student is away from ...

Activism– just a trend?

Noor Naji, Asst. Opinion Editor

March 19, 2017

Filed under Opinion, WEB EXCLUSIVE

Pink hats, liberty signs and more; all were present in one of the biggest protests in modern history of the U.S., the Women’s March. Although great in numbers, many people were upset when the so-called activism present beca...

Eye of the Editors: Off-campus lunch?

February 26, 2017

Filed under Eye of the Editors, Opinion

After only three of the seven hours the average Diamond Bar High School student spends on campus, thoughts of the sweet freedom that awaits them at 3:00 may begin to take over their thoughts. At a highly ranked school like our...

CON explicit material

Ted Yarmoski, Contributing Writer

February 22, 2017

Filed under Opinion

It is a fact of life that sexual crudity, violence and other such content makes its way into a great amount of literature. However, the presence of mature themes should not prevent schools from integrating these books into th...

PRO explicit material

Ingrid Chan, Staff Writer

February 22, 2017

Filed under Opinion

For decades, parents of high school students have filed complaints against numerous novels due to their excessively explicit content. Yet those novels remain on the average American student’s literature curriculum. Altho...

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