DBHS Student Publication.

The Bull's Eye

DBHS Student Publication.

The Bull's Eye

DBHS Student Publication.

The Bull's Eye

Starring: DBHS Culinary
Curtis Chyau, Staff Writer
April 28, 2024

This school year, Diamond Bar High School has begun to cook up something new, DBHS Culinary Arts. The most recent addition to the Career Technical Exploration courses, the class covers various cooking methods, food history, and global cuisine. “I think that people really enjoy the concept of cooking for themselves and learning to make fun foods...

GLCs, getting fresh: another four years
James Yang, Asst. News Editor
April 28, 2024

Rebirth accompanies every graduating class at Diamond Bar High School—for the students, it’s a transition to the future: but to the Grade Level Coordinators, it’s a cycle to nurture the next generation of high schoolers under their wing. With the passing of this year’s graduating class of 2024, GLCs Ginger Zimmerman and Marc Natividad are preparing...

Mock trial meets moot court in DC
Mock trial meets moot court in DC
Curtis Chyau, Staff Writer
April 28, 2024

As Mock Trial closes one case, another case is opened. Earlier in February, Diamond Bar High School’s Mock Trial traveled to the University of Chicago to compete at the National American Moot Court Competition during the Presidents’ Day weekend. Moot court and mock trial, while easily confused, are quite different. Mock trial imitates a standard...

Schools compensated for sickness
James Yang, Asst. News Editor
April 28, 2024

Three years have passed since the shadow of the COVID-19 pandemic set itself firmly in our history; even now, its presence still lingers in the present, especially in education. Due to a recent lawsuit set forth by parents concerned about distance learning’s detrimental effects on student education, California schools are required to spend their remaining...

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Encouraging a healthy lifestyle
Aaron Shaw, Staff Writer
April 28, 2024

Spreading medical awareness to his students, Diamond Bar High School athletic trainer Chase Paulson teaches students to live a healthy lifestyle, not only in his classes, but also through his social media.   Paulson uses his 15-year experience in football, wrestling, track & field, rugby and marching band to help direct athletes to a healthier...

Diversifying Student Culture
Emily Xie, Contributing Writer
April 28, 2024

Promoting cultural diversity amongst students, Diamond Bar High School’s Taiwanese club is full of people of various backgrounds and unique stories that come together to share their appreciation and love for their culture. The Taiwanese Club, led by senior co-presidents Terry Chang and Edmund Chen, hosts club events coordinated by seniors Lucy...

Silver Spoon BBQ
Silver Spoon BBQ
Evelyn Nakaishi and Joanne Lee
April 28, 2024

Recently rebranded from Brown Rice Thai Co, Silver Spoon Thai BBQ located near Sprouts in Diamond Bar, has revamped the local restaurant to add BBQ fusion to the menu.  Upon arriving at the destination, we were rather skeptical of the location as it looked run down and isolated. However, upon entering the establishment, we were welcomed by the freshly...

Spreading Medical Awareness
Joanne Lee
April 28, 2024

In an effort to spread medical awareness, Diamond Bar High School’s Health Occupations Students of America-Future Health Professionals (HOSA) created a podcast to educate students about common health problems. They were inspired by their goal to redirect misinformed students and provide up-to-date information about health problems and illnesses....

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A&E
DBHS’ Majumdar Wows at CASMEC
Eva Li, Contributing Writer
May 4, 2024

Stepping onto the grand stage of the California All-State Music Education Conference (CASMEC), Diamond Bar High School's Proma Majumdar stole the spotlight with her exceptional talent and captivating presence. Organized by the California Music Educators Association (CMEA), CASMEC stands as a hallmark event in California's music education landscape....

Doppelganger film festival: brings dreams to the screen
Doppelganger film festival: brings dreams to the screen
Curtis Chyau, Staff Writer
April 28, 2024

Lights, camera, action! Rolling cameras for the past 15 school years, DBHS Brahma Cinematics Club has hosted its annual Doppelganger Film Festival–a film festival and competition that highlights several student-made films in various categories.  This year's winners were My Dearest, Jane Gallagher by Saturday Rojas and Sarah Rojas, The Day I Fell...

Tune in: Grande’s new take on music
Hilary Hui, Feature Editor
April 28, 2024

Returning to the music scene after a four year hiatus, Ariana Grande’s most anticipated, “eternal sunshine” album has already found itself the center of attention. The album offers a refreshing, yet raw side of the pop star as she paints her struggle grappling with the media and letting go of memories that come with heartbreak.  “eternal...

Power of Theatre: Unifying Students Written
Jacob Lee, Contributing Writer
April 28, 2024

Shattering both barriers and stage curtains, students from Glendora and Walnut Valley high schools came together for a day of theatrical exploration and performance at the much-anticipated “Places!” Theater Collaboration event. The collaboration, aimed at fostering creativity and camaraderie among budding young actors and theater enthusiasts, proved...

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Breaking up with love theories
Breaking up with love theories
Cecilia Su, Asst. Sports Editor
April 28, 2024

You’re in love, and the stars have finally aligned in your favor!  At first glance, it’s love at first sight. However, doubt soon creeps in. Does this person you’ve been talking to possess the character traits of your ideal partner? Seeking advice, you scroll on social media watching creator after creator partake in the trend of “testing”...

TikTok, silent or silenced?
TikTok, silent or silenced?
Sarelle Omeych, Contributing Writer
April 28, 2024

After a series of disagreements over artists’ rights, TikTok, the social media platform known for trendy songs accompanying short-form videos has gone silent. Universal Music Group, one of the largest music corporations in the world, has terminated their licensing agreement with TikTok, muting all associated music on the app.  This isn’t the...

Eye of Editors: Living in a time of rapid advancement in artificial intelligence, teenagers’ uncertainties about their futures are greater than ever.
April 28, 2024

We’ve all heard the sayings: “Become a doctor,” “Become a lawyer,” or “Become a dentist!” Everyone has different plans when it comes to figuring out their future paths, but in the wake of the future’s uncertainty, many of us turn to our parents for career and educational guidance. Yet, despite these well-intentioned suggestions, teenagers...

Envisioning the future
Eric Zhang, Asst. Feature Editor
April 28, 2024

Although technology has been continuously advancing every year, Apple’s new Vision Pro is a step in the wrong direction. Starting at nearly $3500, the Apple Vision Pro is a pair of high-tech goggles that blend the digital world with reality. Instead of pressing buttons on a screen, users navigate through applications, pages, videos and more with...

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AOTM: JJ Smith
Maia Pak, Editor in Chief
April 28, 2024

As the Brahmas’ star pitcher, Diamond Bar High School senior Jonathan (JJ) Smith continuously pours into the game he loves, in the current season and beyond. Starting at just four years old, Smith’s biggest inspiration in baseball is his father, who introduced him to the sport and played the same position in college. “Growing up, [my dad]...

AOTM: Miki matsumoto
Emma Chuang, Staff Writer
April 28, 2024

Pursuing her sport for over eight years, senior swim captain Miki Matsumoto showcases her passion by putting her utmost effort into swimming.  When a YMCA opened near her house in elementary school, Matsumoto’s interest in swimming sparked. It became an important sport to her when she joined a club team, committing time and effort into practices.  Racing...

Crossing the finish line with ambition and endurance
Evan Wei, Contributing Writer
April 28, 2024

With the start of the new track season, athletes are working harder than ever before, dominating the league and reaching new heights.  This newfound success seems to be caused by the exponential increase in members.  “One of the newest changes was a bunch of new kids,” head coach Tony Crutchfield said.  The immense influx of athletes...

Recognizing Excellence
Alex Guan, Contributing Writer
April 28, 2024

Diamond Bar High School’s varsity football team gained recognition once again as two athletes, seniors Jeremy Torres and Henry Liang, were nominated for the National Football Foundation Scholar-Athletes Award.  Both Liang and Torres attended an awards banquet as letter winners and multi-year all-league scholar-athletes on Feb. 28. The requirements...

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Eye of Editors: Living in a time of rapid advancement in artificial intelligence, teenagers’ uncertainties about their futures are greater than ever.
April 28, 2024

We’ve all heard the sayings: “Become a doctor,” “Become a lawyer,” or “Become a dentist!” Everyone has different plans when it...

Volunteer clubs on our campus are dying– both internally and externally.
October 8, 2023

For many Diamond Bar High School students, leadership roles in prominent volunteer clubs are the epitome of success. However, beyond the title...

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A passion for politics
Cecilia Su, Asst. Sports Editor
February 10, 2024

From engaging with local council members to learning leadership experiences through senate members, Diamond Bar High School’s Politics Society...

Reaching for the stars
Joanne Lee, Web Editor
December 25, 2023

Reaching for the stars, Diamond Bar High School's Astronomy Club skyrockets into the new school year. Since astronomy has many different subcategories...

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DBHS’ Majumdar Wows at CASMEC
Eva Li, Contributing Writer
May 4, 2024

Stepping onto the grand stage of the California All-State Music Education Conference (CASMEC), Diamond Bar High School's Proma Majumdar stole...

Notes of Triumph: Lucas O’Brien
Alex Guan, Contributing Writer
February 10, 2024

Composing their original music and combining their efforts into a singular work, Diamond Bar High School’s Performing Arts Academy Advanced...

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Tune in: Grande’s new take on music
Hilary Hui, Feature Editor
April 28, 2024

Returning to the music scene after a four year hiatus, Ariana Grande’s most anticipated, “eternal sunshine” album has already found itself...

Tune in: 21 Savage’s American Dream
Micah Noritake, Asst. A&E Editor
February 10, 2024

The grand symphony of 21 Savage's newest album, one of the most hyped up albums of the last year, dropped on January 12. American Dream, containing...

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AOTM: JJ Smith
Maia Pak, Editor in Chief
April 28, 2024

As the Brahmas’ star pitcher, Diamond Bar High School senior Jonathan (JJ) Smith continuously pours into the game he loves, in the current...

AOTM: Miki matsumoto
Emma Chuang, Staff Writer
April 28, 2024

Pursuing her sport for over eight years, senior swim captain Miki Matsumoto showcases her passion by putting her utmost effort into swimming.  When...

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