The Bull's Eye

Stream it or Skip it: Wandavision
Stream it or Skip it: Wandavision
Lyndon Kaneko, Staff Writer
February 23, 2021

Marvel Studios and Disney+’s first collaboration, “Wandavision,” unable to capitalize on its unique approach to character development, fails to stand out from other Marvel’s television series. The series takes place in a reality where Vision (Paul Bettany) was never killed by Thanos and lives with his romantic partner Wanda Maximoff (Elizabeth Olsen) in the idyllic suburban town of Westview, New Jersey. For those that don’t remember, Vision couldn’t be revived during the events of “Avengers: Endgame” due to him dying before Thanos’ snap halved the galaxy’s population, so for the show to start with his return is an intriguing premise to begin with. What makes the beginning more interesting is the idea that the two star...

E-Sports dominates national championship
Marcus Hsieh, Asst. News Editor
March 2, 2021

Competing against over 300 schools from across the United States, Diamond Bar High School reigned supreme as the Overwatch champions in the North America Scholastic eSports Federation. “When we won Nationals I felt like everything I did over the season was worth it. The team’s reaction was incredible, seeing how happy and relieved everyone was,”...

USB celebrates Black History Month
Steve Qu, Asst. News Editor
February 24, 2021

As a way to promote Black History Month, USB has made use of their social media presence to raise awareness among students and celebrate Black figures’ contributions. “USB decided to pursue these events because we would like our student body to be aware of events going on outside of our school,” sophomore Advertising Commissioner Catherine...

USB reopens door to admit new clubs
USB reopens door to admit new clubs
Tiffany Lee, Asst. Photo Editor
February 24, 2021

After almost a year, the Diamond Bar High School United Student Body has reopened club applications, albeit with several modifications, and is holding a new competition to promote existing clubs. In addition to officers and an adviser, clubs are now required to have at least ten members. Clubs also have to fulfill one of three purposes: Giving students...

District plans for reopening
Marcus Hsieh, Asst. News Editor
February 23, 2021

In an email to parents last week, Deputy Superintendent of Educational Services Matt Witmer announced the possible reopening of elementary schools. “We are working on the timing and possibility of a Spring 2021 reopening with in-person instruction for elementary schools,” Witmer said in the email. If this does occur, students and parents will...

Sleeping through night and day
Camille McCurry, Editor-In-Chief
February 23, 2021

The pandemic has brought a variety of interesting changes to students’ day-to-day life—some positive, some negative—but it’s undeniable that one of the biggest impacts has been on students’ sleep. The Bull’s Eye surveyed 47 Brahmas on the details of their sleep schedules both before and after the pandemic to see exactly how it has affected...

Key Club elects new lieutenant governor
Kyle Hong, Staff Writer
February 23, 2021

After securing a position in  Key Club as a freshman, Diamond Bar High School sophomore Marcus Fang has recently been selected to be the next Key Club lieutenant governor for District 35E. Fang joined Key Club on the first day of club rush, and throughout that year he was encouraged by friends to run for lieutenant governor. He said that he was...

Figures in Black History
Figures in Black History
Rachel Lee, Asst. Opinion Editor
February 23, 2021

The recent increase in exposure of racial equality groups and social justice movements continues to underline the gap that past progressives have struggled to bridge since the country’s institution. To mark February’s Black History Month, take some time to learn about these six significant figures in Black history. Phillis Wheatley (1754-1784) Born...

Competing Virtually
Competing Virtually
Marykate Palaris, Asst. A&E Editor
February 23, 2021

During this year’s schedule of  competitions,  Diamond Bar High School organizations will be  competing from the confines of students’ homes, providing a different experience for all members.         The general structure of competitions hasn’t changed—students still have various events to participate in, such as tests, or an event...

Stream It or Skip It: "To All the Boys: Always and Forever"
Stream It or Skip It: "To All the Boys: Always and Forever"
Maia Pak, Contributing Writer
February 25, 2021

The final instalment in the beloved teen romcom trilogy, “To All The Boys: Always and Forever” gives fans an adorable last look at Lara Jean and Peter Kavinsky’s relationship. However, the unexpected lack of chemistry between the lead actors and the poor execution overall did not live up to my expectations based on the previous films. Based...

Tune in: Embracing hip-hop
Tune in: Embracing hip-hop
Reyna Wan, Opinion Editor
February 23, 2021

K-pop phenomenon Chung Ha might have delayed the release of her debut album to Feb. 15, but “Querencia” was well worth the wait, showing a new side to Chung Ha that’s anything but basic. Taking inspiration from every style of pop music, she seamlessly fuses together mainstream American pop with K-pop and Latin music, even weaving in hints of R&B.  Starting...

Art of the anatomy
Art of the anatomy
Anika Yatawara, News Editor
February 23, 2021

While most artists’ canvases consist of paper or linen, Diamond Bar High School alumna Priscilla Gomez translates her designs onto a less conventional surface: skin.  The class of 2018 graduate said she only recently discovered her passion for tattooing after deciding to minor in art while attending California State University of Fullerton.  “My...

Zoom takes its toll
Zoom takes its toll
Natasha Chang, Asst. A&E Editor
February 24, 2021

Due to the monotonous nature of distance learning--five to six hours of computer usage with breaks after every 40 minute interval--school days...

COVID-19 forces athletes to leave
Somiya Jajieh, Asst. Feature Editor
February 23, 2021

With the threat of COVID-19 still rampant in Southern California, several Diamond Bar High School cross country athletes have dropped out of...