The Bull's Eye

The beauty of film scores

Maggie Liu, Editor-in-Chief

March 19, 2020

Transformative acting, beautiful cinematography and eye-catching costume design are all what most casual filmgoers attribute to a great movie. However, the essence of a well-rounded movie comes down to an often neglected art:...

A successful interpretation in Emma

Vera Wang, Staff Writer

March 19, 2020

As Jane Austen’s literary classics continue to be revered by readers worldwide, the latest interpretation of one of her most notable works is a great success.  Directed by Autumn de Wilde, “Emma.” chronicles the romantic...

Starting an early art career

Anika Yatawara, Asst. Sports Editor

March 16, 2020

After absent-mindedly submitting her artwork online for a design contest hosted by the computer hardware manufacturing company NZXT, Diamond Bar High school senior Helen Pan  not only won the top prize but has also been offered...

Brahmas record Brahms in Bay Area

Connor Cho, Staff Writer

March 16, 2020

After rehearsing for multiple months and enduring long bus rides, students from the Symphony Orchestra recorded at the Lucas Film’s Skywalker Studios during their trip to San Francisco over the weekend on March 7. The Diam...

Colorguard’s success stopped short

Colorguard’s success stopped short

Reyna Wan, Asst. Opinion Editor

March 16, 2020

No longer relatable

Maggie Liu and Kate Zheng

March 16, 2020

The popularity of Youtube has risen exponentially since its inception in 2005, and now it is one of the most visited websites on the Internet. This platform is known for its “relatable” vloggers, who differentiate themselves fr...

Hunting for a plot

Tiffany Lee, Asst. Photo Editor

March 16, 2020

Before the public had the chance to watch the satirical film “The Hunt” in theaters last September, the movie was delayed because of controversy issues.  The movie was under scrutiny with the public after mass shooting...

Distortions in reality

Distortions in reality

February 18, 2020