The Bull's Eye

Woo’s devotion to swim leads to success
Woo’s devotion to swim leads to success
Marcus Hsieh, Asst. News Editor
May 26, 2021

Diamond Bar High School senior Ashlyn Woo has been raised into a life full of swimming, having been introduced to the sport as a toddler at the tender age of three and swimming competitively at six. She has competed at multiple swim meets as part of the DBHS team this year, bringing home two placements at the CIF Division 1 Hacienda League Finals. At the event, Woo placed third out of 10 swimmers in the 500 Free with a time of 5:51.65, breaking her personal record by 1.39 seconds. She also earned CIF consideration with a fifth place finish out of 24 swimmers in the 100 Breast category in 1:10.36. “Having a positive mental attitude is what...

Senior graduation plans
Lauren Cheng, Contributing Writer
May 26, 2021

Ensuring that seniors enjoy a memorable final  memory of high school, this year’s  graduation, organized by several faculty members including Lisa Arionus, Jazmine Silver, Shari De Cambra and Janna Van Horn, will be held in-person.  The ceremony  at 7 p.m. Thursday on the campus’ football fields. Seniors are expected to arrive no later than...

Daniel Min will be heading to UPenn.
Graduates to attend prestigious institutions
Kelsey Wu, Asst. Feature Editor
May 25, 2021

After completing the arduous college admissions process, a handful of Diamond Bar High School seniors will be attending some of the nation’s top universities to pursue their dream majors. Both Ryan Real and Daniel Min will be heading east to the University of Pennsylvania, while Jack Coursen has committed to Johns Hopkins. William Chang and Yifei...

Doug List served as adviser for school publication The Bull’s Eye for 10 years.
Staff’s final chapters at DBHS
Marcus Hsieh, Asst. News Editor
May 25, 2021

Throughout students’ four hectic high school years, teachers serve as steadfast anchors in the ebb and flow of secondary school life. However, at least four veteran Diamond Bar High School teachers, including multi-sport coach and math teacher Tony McCabe, Journalism and English teacher Doug List, Photography teacher Bill Foley and math teacher Hana...

Prom was held outdoors with lights, music, backdrops and games on the artificial grass area next to the 800 Gym Building.
An enchanting night on campus
Kyle Hong, Staff Writer
May 25, 2021

In a surprising, last-minute revelation that pleased many Diamond Bar High School upperclassmen who had been hoping for more events as the school year came to a close, DBHS administration allowed an in-person prom on May 15, organized by USB and this year’s junior class officers.  While the event is usually held at an indoor venue away from campus,...

Notable AAPI Activists
Notable AAPI Activists
Rachel Lee, Asst. Opinion Editor
May 25, 2021

Ever since 1992, the month of May has been designated as the time to commemorate and observe the history and the contributions made by Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders in America. Take part in this year’s AAPI Heritage month by learning about these four influential figures in the AAPI community. Manjusha Kulkarni (1971-) As the executive...

Embracing the great outdoors
Embracing the great outdoors
Steve Qu, Asst. News Editor
May 25, 2021

From recording sightings of rare organisms to contributing to grassroots conservation efforts as a Certified California Naturalist, Diego Tamayo said he has made nature his lifetime passion. The Diamond Bar High School senior’s interest in nature originated from his early childhood experiences of living in Monterey, California. He said his time...

Students take up odd jobs
Students take up odd jobs
Edward Kim, Staff Writer
May 25, 2021

Whether it’s selling clothes, creating and selling technology, or simply selling a product for a quick profit, many Diamond Bar High School students seem to have an endless amount of entrepreneurial spirit.          For junior Jolleen Mejia, selling clothing and accessories using Depop, her personal vanity-selling marketplace, is the...

From fashion sketches to NYC
From fashion sketches to NYC
Somiya Jajieh, Asst. Feature Editor
May 25, 2021

Following in her father’s footsteps to pursue fashion, Diamond Bar High School senior Daisy Lu has committed to Parsons School of Design in the hopes of starting her own clothing business in the future.  Parson’s is a four-year private school and was the only art school Lu applied to. She was first made aware of Parsons when her art teachers...

A&E
2021 Doppleganger Film Festival winners
Taylor Joe, Contributing Writer
May 28, 2021

Despite  Covid-19 and social distancing protocols, Diamond Bar High School students passionate about film were still able to show off their talent at the 12th annual Doppelganger film festival. This year’s Doppelganger Festival, organized  by Digital Media Production teacher Mario Enriquez, with this year’s topics being geared toward...

Freshman takes home Brahma Idol
Vash Chen, Contributing Writer
May 26, 2021

As the school year comes to a close, the Diamond Bar High School choir department hosted their annual Brahma Sings performance competition online. Performances were hosted virtually on Zoom alongside a video recording and choir’s first ever Twitch live stream. The singing competition, organized by choir director Richard Langham,  included participants...

Tune in: Sour
Tune in: Sour
Lyndon Kaneko, Staff Writer
May 25, 2021

In January, singer-songwriter-actress Olivia Rodrigo premiered her debut single “drivers license,” skyrocketing the singer’s popularity, seemingly out of nowhere. The former Disney star has since gone on to release her highly-anticipated first album “Sour,” taking impressive first few steps into the music industry. “Sour,” which came...

Eye of the Editors: Vaccinations required for in-person learning
Eye of the Editors: Vaccinations required for in-person learning
May 25, 2021

Everyone aged 12 and up is eligible for the vaccine, with 123 million people in the United States already fully vaccinated and the seven-day...

Athletic director Lim steps away from DBHS position
Athletic director Lim steps away from DBHS position
Reyna Wan, Opinion Editor
May 26, 2021

From working with various student athletes to coaching students one-on-one, Diamond Bar High School’s Athletic Director Albert Lim has spent...