The Bull's Eye

Alum becomes PGA Tour member
Alum becomes PGA Tour member
Kyle Hong, Staff Writer
January 19, 2022

Throughout 2021 and into 2022, Diamond Bar High School alumnus Sahith Theegala, who graduated in 2015, has continued to strive and improve in his professional golf career. Following his 2020 title as Pepperdine University’s first National Player of the Year, he would continue with impressive placements throughout the 2020-21 season. This included his first top 10 placement in a tournament at the MGM Resorts Championship in April, shooting eight under par. Throughout a majority of 2021, Theegala played as a non-member, which meant he had to play for the points to earn himself a PGA Tour Card and play in the official PGA Tour. However, he...

Committing to their dreams
Committing to their dreams
Ryan Kung, Asst. Business Manager
January 19, 2022

While most of all high school seniors anticipate responses from the universities they applied to and with some seniors still finishing up their college applications, seven Diamond Bar High School seniors have already received an early “welcome” from their dream universities. This year’s early application acceptances include senior Brahmas Alyssa...

New strain dries state resources
New strain dries state resources
Lyndon Kaneko, Staff Writer
January 19, 2022

Not only has the surge in infections severely impacted students, they have also had large-scale effects on staff as well. On-campus staff shortages have become a large concern when returning to campus, but districts across California currently have the capacity to counter such drastic upheavals. Officials say that there is a reserve of 4,000 employees...

Drawing national acclaim in card design
Drawing national acclaim in card design
Nathan Chu, Asst. Sports Editor
January 19, 2022

After countless hours of hard work and dedication, 11 Diamond Bar High School students have made their way to the voting round of the Create-A-Greeting-Card Scholarship event with $10,000 on the line. The competition, which is held annually by the card-making company The Gallery Collection, is open to all high school, college and university students...

Sophomore Angel Huang and senior Darren Fang work to modify their ping-pong catapult used during the Engineering event.
Setting a trajectory for success
Ashley Park, Staff Writer
January 19, 2022

Diamond Bar High School’s Science Olympiad team started off the year strong at the Science Olympiad National Invitational on Jan. 8, placing 18 out of 246 teams.  This year’s competition was held virtually, with an online testing system and zoom meetings having been set in place for events that required it. Due to this format, members faced...

New Years food traditions
New Year's food traditions
Jeremiah Jung, Asst. News Editor
January 19, 2022

While 2022 is already in full swing, families around the world started the year with traditions they’ve upheld for centuries. Tteok Mandu Guk - Korea Celebrated on Lunar New Year’s Day, many Korean families indulge themselves in a fusion of traditional meals coming into the year. One such dish involves blending the well-known tteokguk (rice...

Deficit in body diversity
Deficit in body diversity
Somiya Jajieh, Feature Editor
January 19, 2022

It's easy to get sucked into scrolling through social media for hours in search of outfit inspiration– saving and organizing posts of clothing we admire. But more often than not, those same pictures we obsess over tend to almost exclusively feature thinner models, making it easy to fall into the mentality that thinness and style are synonymous.  Although...

Pursuing sustainability in space
Pursuing sustainability in space
Et, Staff Writer
January 19, 2022

In a school that excels in science and mathematics, six Diamond Bar High School juniors took their engineering prowess to the next level in the NASA TechRise Student Challenge. The engineering competition challenged groups of students from grades 6-12 to design spaceflight-related experiments for either a suborbital rocket or a high-altitude balloon....

Advancing the STEAM field through design
Advancing the STEAM field through design
Maia Pak, Asst. Feature Editor
January 19, 2022

Using their skills to manufacture change in the world, seniors Natalie Nyuang and Katherine Wang represented Diamond Bar High School in a SkillsUSA Additive Manufacturing competition, taking home first place in state and sixth place at the national level. Following their enrollment in Architecture Design at DBHS, Nyuang and Wang were told about the...

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Diversifying Disney
Diversifying Disney
Rachel Lee, Asst. Opinion Editor
January 19, 2022

Starting out as a real-life Disney Princess, then making her way up the corporate ladder to an executive position, Diamond Bar High School class of 2012 alumna Alyssa Navarro was recently featured on the illustrious Forbes’ 30 under 30 for working her dream job at the Walt Disney Company promoting minority representation.  She earned recognition...

Playing Alongside Pacific Symphony
Playing Alongside Pacific Symphony
Lyndon Kaneko, Staff Writer
January 19, 2022

Sitting first chair in the clarinet section for one of the largest orchestras formed in the United States in the last 50 years, Diamond Bar High School junior Aaron Chang has received the opportunity to play alongside an array of talented musicians in the Pacific Symphony Youth Orchestra.  Spurred on by his parents, Chang began his music journey...

Stream it or Skip it: Jojos Bizarre Adventure
Stream it or Skip it: Jojo's Bizarre Adventure
Lyndon Kaneko, Staff Writer
January 19, 2022

Following a two-year absence of JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure (JJBA) content, David Productions has graced starved fans with some much needed, ambitiously eccentric, Joestar goodness. Starring the series’ first-ever female lead, “Stone Ocean” received its anime adaptation on Dec. 1 and is the sixth installation of the JJBA franchise, written by...

“Not like everyone else”
“Not like everyone else”
Jianlan Busteed, Asst. Opinion Editor
January 19, 2022

There is only one word to sum up my existence: unique. Never one to follow the flock, I’ve always been a lone wolf, disrupting society’s...

Underrated talent shines through outbreak
Charles Tam, Sports Editor
January 19, 2022

With the recent surge in the Omicron variant of COVID-19 throughout the nation including the sports world, professional sports were in jeopardy...