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Our Guide to K-dramas
Reyna Wan and Tiffany Lee
October 18, 2020

After decades of holding onto the repetitive nostalgia that Hollywood romantic comedies and sitcoms offer, a new contender has made its mark on this generation’s pop culture: Korean entertainment. While Korean culture has found international success in music, beauty and fashion, one aspect that has only now begun to gain traction in America is Korean dramas. Often featuring a cliche plot with an overly dramatic twist and containing hints of comedy, K-dramas appear to be the mirror image of American dramas--until they aren’t. Creative and addicting, there is a reason why these shows have accumulated a devoted fan base around the world. Based on not just one category, Korean dramas have a little bit of something for everyone, ranging from...

2021 USB E-Board announced
2021 USB E-Board announced
Kelsey Wu, Asst. Feature Editor
October 26, 2020

After a week filled with promotional videos, digital flyers and story shoutouts, Diamond Bar High School’s 2021 USB Executive Board have been chosen. Next year’s board officers are juniors Justin Tsai as president, Kathleen Nie as vice president, Alexis Lin as speaker of the house, Ashley Lin as IOC chairperson, Katie Choi as secretary and Nevin...

Wellness Wednesdays introduced to DBHS
Wellness Wednesdays introduced to DBHS
Marykate Palaris, Asst. A&E Editor
October 19, 2020

To alleviate students’ stress and teach new skills, the Diamond Bar High School Wellness Team has introduced Wellness Wednesday to the school, a virtual event dedicated to spreading information about how to care for one’s mental and physical health. Taking place on a weekly basis during the tutorial period, Wellness Wednesday began as a virtual...

In memory of Ruth Bader Ginsburg
Max Buchanan, Contributing Writer
October 18, 2020

On Sept. 18, Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg died due to complications with pancreatic cancer, vacating her spot on the court after 27 years. She was 87.  In her time as a lawyer, Ginsburg fought and won many cases focused on gender discrimination, including Reed v. Reed (1971), in which she succeeded in extending women’s rights under...

Annual parent symposium event streamed online
Annual parent symposium event streamed online
Maia Pak, Contributing Writer
October 18, 2020

To educate parents and guardians on aiding their students both emotionally and academically, Walnut Valley Unified School District held  its fourth annual Parent Symposium on Sept. 26.  The event took place virtually and featured keynote speakers Dr. Michelle Borba, an author of parenting books, and Paul Kanarek, the co-founder of the California...

Spooky Season activites
Spooky Season activites
Nathan Chu, Contributing Writer
October 29, 2020

As Halloween jumps out from around the corner amid quarantine, students are finding themselves with limited options of things to do. Here is our guide to some Halloween activities that are both fun and safe: 1. School Halloween Drive-by To facilitate school spirit, Diamond Bar High School is hosting a drive-by on October 31 during which students...

How time is being spent in class
How time is being spent in class
Edward Kim, Staff Writer
October 17, 2020

Judging by the first nine weeks of distance learning, there have been substantial changes in the structure of many Diamond Bar High School classes compared to in-person instruction.   Twenty-one Bull’s Eye staff members tracked how each teacher used their  class time, showing a variety of results from core classes such as English, math and foreign...

Making baked goods for a purpose
Making baked goods for a purpose
Rachel Lee, Asst. Opinion Editor
October 17, 2020

Though it may be impossible to deny the quality of store-bought confections, there is  something about the nostalgic taste of homemade treats that brings a special kind of joy. Three Diamond Bar High School students are using their baking skills to contribute to charities they feel are doing important work.  Senior Karissa Wong said she enjoyed...

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A pleasant Surprise on Hong Kong Flavors
Marykate Palaris, Asst. A&E Editor
October 17, 2020

Asian restaurants are not uncommon throughout the Diamond Bar area, so when I stepped foot into Tasty Box BBQ, a Hong Kong barbeque establishment, I wasn’t anticipating it to be anything special. At the end of my meal, however, I found my prediction to be incorrect. Due to COVID-19, the restaurant, located in the H Mart plaza, is only accepting...

Tune In: Remote
Tune In: Remote
Connor Cho, Asst. Business Manager
October 27, 2020

Following its successful first album in 2019, the Los Angeles-based alternative trio Wallows released an EP, “Remote,” on Friday. With six new lively tracks, it is evident that the band has grown remarkably since their last release of “Nothing Happens.” The band’s three members—Dylan Minnette, Cole Preston and Braeden Lemasters—have...

The Taiwan Question: Part One
Josh Chou, Editor-In-Chief
October 25, 2020

Like a jigsaw puzzle that affects millions of lives, the Chinese Communist party is nearing completion of its plan to  subjugate all of its territorial claims. Tibet, Inner Mongolia and now Xinjiang are all more or less under its control, while Hong Kong lays crippled by Beijing’s infamous national security law. As part of its plan to fully exploit...

Skip it or Stream it: The Haunting of Bly Manor
Skip it or Stream it: The Haunting of Bly Manor
Lyndon Kaneko, Staff Writer
October 17, 2020

With Halloween just around the corner, streaming giant Netflix and filmmaker Mike Flanagan have returned with the next installment in the “The Haunting of…” series, titled “The Haunting of Bly Manor.” Although there’s a noticeable lack of frightening scenes, it doesn’t detract from the show, thanks to the outstanding performances from...

The Taiwan Question: Part One
Josh Chou, Editor-In-Chief
October 25, 2020

Like a jigsaw puzzle that affects millions of lives, the Chinese Communist party is nearing completion of its plan to  subjugate all of its...

Alumnus enters pro golf scene
Alumnus enters pro golf scene
Charles Tam, Asst. Sports Editor
October 25, 2020

After making his mark at Pepperdine University with a record-breaking collegiate golf career, Diamond Bar High School alumnus Sahith Theegala...