The Bull's Eye

Return of campus training
Return of campus training
Victoria Artale, Sports Editor
November 22, 2020

On Oct. 26, Diamond Bar High School athletes closed their laptops to begin practicing on campus. For many of the athletes, this was their first time training with their teams since the school shut down in March.  “I’m excited to return to campus training because I’m excited to start my senior cheer season,” senior cheerleader Madeline Hernandez said through text. “Even though practices look very different from how they used to be, they are actually really fun.” Although athletes were eager to begin on-campus training, they had to make sure they submitted forms to qualify for the Return to Practice initiative. This included having a parent fill out a Google Form that proved they watched a video put out by Athletic Director...

USB learns to operate from a distance
Rachel Lee, Asst. Opinion Editor
November 23, 2020

The recent initiation of Distance Learning due to the COVID-19 pandemic has affected the way many student-based organizations Diamond Bar High School operate, including the United Student Body, or USB. Like their peers and teachers, USB has transitioned from an open classroom to virtual meeting rooms on platforms like Google Meets and Zoom. “It...

Drama department united between schools
Rachel Lee, Asst. Opinion Editor
November 23, 2020

The Diamond Bar High School drama department has found a way to bring together students from across the district in the Diamond Thespians program. The program is a collaboration between drama clubs from Chaparral, Suzanne and South Pointe middle schools and the DBHS drama department. They organized the Diamond Thespians program to give middle schoolers...

CAPA donates for distance learning
Vera Wang, Staff Writer
November 23, 2020

In order  to better provide for pupils during distance learning and ensure the safety of those on campus with personal protective equipment, Diamond Bar High School recently received a donation of $30,000 from the Chinese American Parents Association.  This donation, made on Oct. 22, differs from the contributions made in previous years: CAPA has...

Mail-in votes elect Joe Biden
Mail-in votes elect Joe Biden
Josh Chou, Editor-In-Chief
November 23, 2020

Former Vice President Joseph R. Biden Jr. will become the 46th president of the United States after earning 290 electoral votes and 50.7 percent of the popular vote. The Associated Press called the race for Biden on Sunday after its projections showed that he would win Pennsylvania, whose 20 electoral votes put him over the 270-electoral vote threshold.  At...

Health benefits of celery juice
Health benefits of celery juice
Kelsey Wu, Asst. Feature Editor
November 16, 2020

Since the beginning of our self-isolation period, the topic of maintaining both health and wellbeing has been discussed endlessly. What follows, here and in future columns, is what I hope will be a helpful source for maintaining a more wholesome and healthy lifestyle.   Celery juicing has become an incredibly popular self-care practice across social...

Autumn trends to fall for
Autumn trends to fall for
Victoria Artale, Sports Editor
November 16, 2020

Pumpkins and warm lattes are not the only things that are popular this season. Fall also brings new fashion trends to keep you wishing fall will never end. This year, Fall fashion has never been better with new patterns and textures capturing the attention of many. Leather Leather is poised to make  another comeback this fall, and not just with...

Basic Japanese cuisine
Basic Japanese cuisine
Lyndon Kaneko, Staff Writer
November 13, 2020

A new Diamond Bar Japanese restaurant, located in the Hannam Chain plaza on Brea Canyon Road, Japanese restaurant Gingko Katsu,  which opened this summer, doesn’t add much to the area restaurant scene. Its menu is simple, only consisting of four main dishes, and is more focused on serving drinks than a sizable meal; a good alternative if you’re...

Offering up early sales
Offering up early sales
Somiya Jajieh, Asst. Feature Editor
November 13, 2020

Who said Black Friday actually needs to begin in November? Due to the pandemic, a variety of stores have begun their Black Friday sales earlier; let’s see what they have to offer: Target From earphones to television sets, Target started its Black Friday sales on Oct. 29, where customers had  the option to purchase  items online as well as...

Tune In: Grande switches positions
Tune In: Grande switches positions
Tiffany Lee, Asst. Photo Editor
November 23, 2020

Pop singer Ariana Grande’s last two albums, “Sweetener" and "Thank U, Next," were both written during her darkest times: after the terrorist attack at a concert in Manchester, the death of her ex-boyfriend Mac Miller and a breakup with her ex-fiance Pete Davidson. However,  Grande’s newest album, "Positions," introduces a greater sense of comfort...

Stream It or Skip It: The Mandalorian Season 2
Stream It or Skip It: The Mandalorian Season 2
Marcus Hsieh, Asst. News Editor
November 23, 2020

  Populated by frenetic action scenes and packed with canon information, season 2 of “The Mandalorian,” a “Star Wars” spinoff created by Hollywood filmmaker John Favreau, hopes to continue the current momentum of the series and Disney+. The titular bounty hunter, the Mandalorian (Pedro Pascal), is tasked with returning “The Child,”...

Scoring Big with Fanart
Scoring Big with Fanart
Edward Kim, Staff Writer
November 11, 2020

In July, after posting her first fan art for Haikyuu, a popular anime about a high school boy’s volleyball team, Diamond Bar High School senior Caitlin Lee has faced unexpected popularity on her Instagram art account, @cateeyyyy. She now has an active community of over 65,000 followers that continues to grow at an explosive rate. Despite her success...

New accounts facilitate bullying
New accounts facilitate bullying
Edward Kim, Staff Writer
November 12, 2020

Influenced by the popular Facebook confession group, Diamond Bar High School “confession pages” are starting to appear on Instagram, featuring ...

Waterpolo player commits to Salem University
Deesha Pathak, Asst. Sports Editor
November 22, 2020

After five years of intense high school and club water polo, Diamond Bar High School senior Victoria Madrigal will be taking her game to the...