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Breitag’s replacement only lasts 2 weeks as choir director

Angela Yang, Asst. News Editor

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After years of instruction under longtime choir teacher Patty Breitag, the Diamond Bar High School choir classes spent less than two weeks with her replacement. Proble...

Recent News Stories

TEDx takes center stage

The inspiration of TED Talks has extended its reach to Diamond Bar High ...

Candidates campaign for leadership roles

Candidates campaign for leadership roles

The 2017 Executive Board candidates, who were all juniors, had been giv...

New teachers enter mid-year

Although the first semester of the school year is drawing to a close, Di...

CON: Modification, not demolition

Brian Chang, News Editor

As the old saying goes, boys will be boys, and after the Boy Scouts of America’s recent announcement, girls may be as well. Beginning 2018, girls will be allowed to act...

Recent Opinion Stories

PRO: Too cemented in tradition

The Boy Scouts of America are trustworthy, loyal, helpful, friendly, courteous, k...

PRO/CON Boy Scouts: Is going co-ed a permanent solution?

Eye of the Editors: The Pledge of Allegiance

Eye of the Editors: The Pledge of Allegiance

Once an ingrained daily routine at all  schools, the Pledge of Allegiance occurs...

Flannel Friday

November 20, 2017

Recent Feature Stories

Planting new cartoon ideas

Planting new cartoon ideas

Although not everyone is able to turn their passion into a career, Diamond Bar High School class of 2001 alumnus Ryan Kramer took his love of drawing and pursued his calling in animation and cartooning. Kramer currently works as a storyboarde...

Cycling into a hobby

Cycling into a hobby

As students and teachers rush to school, barely surviving the morning traffic, one Diamo...

Taking a gap for an impact

Taking a gap for an impact

It seems so natural: after graduating high school, most students attend college r...

Tune In: Reputation

Tune In: Reputation

Amy Miyahara, Asst, A&E Editor

November 14, 2017

In August, when Taylor Swift released “Look What You Made Me Do,” it shocked people across the globe by revealing  a dark side of Swift that had never been heard befor...

Recent A&E Stories

A history of heroes

A history of heroes

1938 To start the Golden Age of comic books, DC Comics released “Superman....

Tune in: The Thrill of It All

Tune in: The Thrill of It All

While Sam Smith might have lost weight since his last album, he hasn’t lost his ab...

Hamilton Los Angeles Review

For the past two years, Lin-Manuel Miranda’s “Hamilton” has taken pop culture by storm...

Lady Brahmas reach quarterfinals

Lady Brahmas reach quarterfinals

Ryan Chae, Sports Editor

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After ending the season on a three game winning streak and placing third in the Palomares League, the Diamond Bar High School volleyball team’s run ended in the quarterfinals of the CIF playoffs, losing to St. Paul in three sets. ...

Recent Sports Stories

LA fans finally get taste of series

LA fans finally get taste of series

For the first time in the lifetime of Diamon...

Playoff run ends at SCGA

Winning every league match for the past four ...

Brahmas find niche on ice

Brahmas find niche on ice

On the West Coast, hockey is not a major s...

Right as Ryan: NFL injuries

Right as Ryan: NFL injuries

November 7, 2017

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Take Two: October

Take Two: October

October 11, 2017

Take Two: September

Take Two: September

September 13, 2017

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Musical theater playlist

Musical theater playlist

September 13, 2017

Study sessions playlist

Study sessions playlist

April 29, 2017

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K-POP Playlist

K-POP Playlist

February 22, 2017

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