The Bull's Eye

Eye of the Editors: Computer literacy
April 25, 2022

Whether you’re programming computers for Apple or having an art show in New York City, technology is now embedded into practically any field of the 21st century. Of course, different fields require varying skills in technology, but a basic education in Powerpoint and Excel is no longer enough. Yet, for Diamond Bar High School students, that’s all the required computer course really is—a glamorized tutorial of basic skills that we’ve been taught since elementary school. Known as CTE, or Career and Technology Explorations, students must complete this requirement at some point in their four years to graduate. For students outside of Brahma...

FBLA competes in a national-level conference
Hilary Hui, Contributing Writer
September 21, 2022

After a two-year hiatus due to the pandemic, the Diamond Bar High School Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) competed in the National Leadership Conference (NLC) during the summer break. Senior president Laura Zhang and junior vice president Natalie Zhou were two of the five DBHS students skilled enough to compete in this year’s annual competition...

Concerns of monkeypox rising
Lyndon Kaneko, Staff Writer
September 21, 2022

Despite the nightmare that is the coronavirus having been on top of everyone’s concerns for the past few years, monkeypox has emerged this summer as the newest health crisis.  Monkeypox was first discovered in the late 1950s and is a relative to the smallpox virus. Like its distant cousin, monkeypox is rarely fatal, and its symptoms are much...

New science building opens its doors
Kyle Hong, Asst. News Editor
September 21, 2022

Renovated with new equipment and a modernized internal design, the new Diamond Bar High School science buildings finally finished construction this school year and are now in use. After roughly three years of construction, the rooms are complete and filled with new equipment to make teaching and learning easier. Each room has been outfitted with...

Job fair scouts for new staff members
Hannah Jang, Asst. Feature Editor
September 21, 2022

For the second consecutive year, Walnut Valley Unified School District welcomed in new staff by hosting a job fair at Diamond Bar High School on July 13.  After running its first job fair exclusively for substitute teachers in December of last year, the district continues to open up its perimeters. Following the substantial number of retirees...

Twin alumni fulfilling their childhood dreams together
Kyle Hong, Asst. News Editor
September 21, 2022

Juggling two jobs at once can be a daunting task—however, this isn’t the case for a certain set of twin Diamond Bar High School alumni. For them, taking on two jobs is just a way of pursuing their dreams. To fulfill their childhood passions, class of 2017 graduates Matt and Cody Breidinger both work for the U.S. Air Force (USAF) and the Walt...

Supporting wildlife with his Eagle Scout project
James Yang, Staff Writer
September 21, 2022

On a mission to save an endangered species, Diamond Bar High School sophomore Tenchi Kennedy constructed an animal enclosure for baby tortoises to reside in, giving back to the community as a Boy Scout. The Boy Scouts of America (BSA) program shapes their members to be upstanding citizens and contribute to the community. Scouts can only reach the...

Taking Rubik’s cubing up to the next level
James Yang, Staff Writer
September 21, 2022

Senior Dawson Lam scored a 2019 personal record for solving a Rubix cube at the Cubing USA Western Championships  Rubik’s cube in hand, Diamond Bar High School senior Dawson Lam races against time, returning the jumbled toy back to its factory state in a matter of seconds. Taking his skills to the top, Lam competes nationally and organizes...

Model makes way to Vogue
Evelyn Nakaishi, Asst. Sports Editor
September 21, 2022

Once her biggest insecurity, Diamond Bar High School senior Deanna Yi’s eye-catching appearance went from something she shunned to being proudly flaunted in Vogue magazine.  Even with many telling Yi to start modeling due to her height, she was initially unsure how or where to start. But eventually, once she got her first big break, this self-doubt...

A&E
Summer 2021 Binge List
Summer 2021 Binge List
Natasha Chang, Asst. A&E Editor
February 22, 2022

With summer vacation right around the corner, plenty of time will soon be available to binge-watch your way through shows. Selecting quality series to watch, however, can often prove to be a difficult and time-consuming task. Here are some recommendations to guide you in the right direction, reducing your decision-making time to give you more time to...

Black History Month reads
Jianlan Busteed, Jeremiah Jung, MK Palaris, Kyle Hong
February 15, 2022

When learning about the history of Black Americans, it’s easy to fall into the misconception that racism is a thing of the past, but complacency is a privilege. In honor of Black History Month, we have compiled a list of literature written by Black authors to provide insight and promote conversations on Black struggle. The Bluest Eye by Toni Morrison Blue...

Sharpening his skills in martial arts
Sharpening his skills in martial arts
Taylor Joe, Asst. A&E Editor
February 15, 2022

While most associate martial arts with various kinds of hand-to-hand combat, sophomore Kevin Liu’s passion for this practice manifests itself in a more unique form: dance. Dedicating three days of his week to Wushu, Liu spends two hours every Wednesday, Saturday and Sunday at Jing Wu Tang martial arts studio.  Originating from ancient China,...

CON: Disruptive to learning
Nathan Chu, Sports Editor
September 21, 2022

After the passing of Senate Bill 328, which mandates California high schools must start after 8:30, Diamond Bar High School has been forced to...

PRO: Better sleep schedules
September 21, 2022
Don’t pass on gas
September 21, 2022
Brahmas defeat the Wildcats in style
Ethan Ro, Asst. Sports Editor
September 26, 2022

Maintaining an undefeated four-game record, the Diamond Bar High School football team have extended their streak after a win in a home game against...