The Bull's Eye

Brahmas fall short of Division title
December 2, 2022

The Diamond Bar Brahmas suffered a heartbreaking loss at their home championship game against the Laguna Beach Breakers last Saturday, losing 28-36. The Breakers opened up the game with a field goal early in the first quarter, setting themselves up with a three-point lead. There were multiple turnovers throughout the rest of the period, but no points were scored by either team. Senior quarterback Ryan Lewis connected to senior wide receiver Maddox Bernardino on a 19-yard reception touchdown for Diamond Bar’s first touchdown of the night. A successful PAT made by senior kicker Alijah Ramos set the Brahmas up with a 7-3 lead. Laguna Beach...

Homecoming this year featured many activities such as a ferris wheel, ice hockey, casino games, taco truck and more in order to make it unlike any other in the past.
Tangled up within a magical evening
Lyndon Kaneko, Staff Writer
November 16, 2022

After spending three consecutive years behind strict COVID guidelines, Diamond Bar High School students were finally capable of enjoying a bona fide high school homecoming, without the heavy emphasis on social distancing and other preventative measures like last year’s. The event was held at Silverlakes, The Backyard in Norco on the night of October...

New USB e-board members selected
Jeremiah Jung, News Editor
November 16, 2022

Revamping the yearly tradition of campaigning for executive board positions, members of Diamond Bar High School’s United Student Body recently finished campaigning with a plethora of unique approaches. Results for the E-board of the 2023-2024 term were released on Tuesday, Oct. 11, with Clair Kim elected as President, Chenfei Wang elected as Vice...

Thirteen senior students from Diamond Bar were selected as semifinalists for the 2023 National Merit Scholarship program.
Students honored for their academics
Lyndon Kaneko, Staff Writer
November 16, 2022

Performing exceptionally once again, 13 Diamond Bar High School seniors were announced as semifinalists in the 2023 National Merit Scholarship Program last month. The program is a national competition that aims to provide students with financial aid in order to pursue higher education. Hosted by the National Merit Scholarship Corporation, students...

Class officers Matt Villagracia, Adam Siu, Isaac Yu, Sarena Wu, Joshua Wu want to make their class’s first year memorable.
New officers for a new school year
Kyle Hong, Asst. News Editor
November 16, 2022

After putting up countless posters on campus walls and campaigning to their classmates, Diamond Bar High School class elections were decided. Class officer results for the class of 2026 officers, as well as positions for 2025 and 2023, have been announced late September. For the class of 2026, Isaac Yu was elected as class president, Sarena Wu as...

Brahmas go home after tough battle
November 19, 2022

With the season coming to an end, the Diamond Bar High School girls volleyball team is wrapping up their games and getting ready for next season.  Throughout the season, the team played extremely well, displaying excellent chemistry and being comfortable enough to communicate with one another, scoring them several wins this season.    “During...

On growing up in a socioeconomic enclave
On growing up in a socioeconomic enclave
Natasha Chang, Editor in Chief
November 15, 2022

The first time I watched the 2008 film“Wild Child” was when I was 13 years old. I’ve since watched slews of movies with a similar plot containing the same privileged teenagers, and not one of them ceased the irony I felt within me regarding the way popular culture covered the concept of wealth and behavior of kids born into it. In film especially,...

Helping the planet one day at a time
James Yang, Staff writer
November 15, 2022

After a one-year hiatus, Diamond Bar High School’s Planet Arboretum resumed their activities in cleaning up our world and school community. The club welcomed former and new members back through their club meetings and self-organized events that aim to benefit both their members and the planet. Planet Arboretum was created for the purpose of giving...

Taking flight with drone innovation
Joanne Lee, Asst. Photo Editor
November 15, 2022

Screwing the final bolt in, project Leelyn Drone takes off. Diamond Bar High School class of 2022 alumnus Alan Zhang and the Dronescape Club completed the first human-carrying drone made by highschoolers and announced its completion after 327 days of anticipation. But when the club was first founded in April 2021 by Zhang, a project of this caliber...

A&E
Drawing in a large audience
Drawing in a large audience
December 2, 2022

Among the various art students in Diamond Bar High School, senior Kaitlyn Michaud has captured the attention of thousands with their digital art. Initially growing interested in art through video games, Michaud took private lessons to develop their skills. Their passion for digital art only grew after realizing the lack of popularity in digital art...

A modern twist to Great Gatsby
A modern twist to Great Gatsby
Hilary Hui, Contributing Writer
December 2, 2022

Opening with a breath-taking jazztime rendition of Lady Gaga’s “Bad Romance,” the gold cast welcomed audiences with an electrifying performance filled with eye-catching dances, jeweled-covered costumes and lushly decorated stage sets for the theatrical rendition of “The Great Gatsby.” The play follows the monologues of bond salesman Nick...

Tune In: Expectations swiftly met at Midnight
Tune In: Expectations swiftly met at Midnight
Taylor Joe, Asst. A&E Editor
December 2, 2022

From artist of the decade to making history on the top 10 Billboard hits in the US, Taylor Swift has revamped her music and created new unique tunes for the world to hear. Swift’s new album, “Midnights,” includes 13 tracks with an additional blessing of the 3 a.m edition of the album, consisting of seven more tracks unexpectedly released three...

Be-real and don’t conceal
Be-real and don’t conceal
December 2, 2022

No one these days is authentic on social media—except me. Fortunately, there’s a new and trendy social media that was made for genuine people...

CON: Disruptive to learning
September 21, 2022
Athlete of the Month: Kelly Yan
Athlete of the Month: Kelly Yan
Evelyn Nakaishi, Asst. Sports Editor
November 22, 2022

Racking up over 50 kills this season, senior Kelly Yan has shown her dominance on the court this year on Diamond Bar High School's volleyball...