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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,...

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 nationa...

Our Guide to K-dramas

Netflix

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...

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...

A Homemade Murder Mystery

A Homemade Murder Mystery

Kelsey Wu, Asst. Feature Editor

October 17, 2020

To keep its annual tradition of hosting a Fall Production alive, this month the Diamond Bar High School Drama Department will alter its usual format by releasing their first ever virtual production, “Get A Clue.” “Get A Clue,” a murder mystery play modeled after the board game Clue, focuses...

Zooming into Individual Skills

Zooming into Individual Skills

Somiya Jajieh, Asst. Feature Editor

October 17, 2020

As Brahmas settle into an online learning environment, many teachers have had to change the way they instruct their class. For most visual arts courses, teachers are now switching their focus to the individual skill of a student. With two years of experience in Diamond Bar High School’s art classes,...

Novel Take on Art

Novel Take on Art

October 17, 2020

Traditionally, artists bring their creative visions to life through mediums such as paint or pencil on paper. Breaking from the norm, senior Jennifer Lai takes a knife to wood to create her artwork, using a technique known as block art. In this medium, artists use Exacto knives and carving kits to cut...

K-pop Fans Elevate New Blackpink Album

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Natasha Chang, Asst. A&E Editor

October 17, 2020

As one of the biggest girl bands in the world, K-pop group Blackpink has a massive fanbase that, even compared to other fanbases, stands out in its loyalty and dedication to promoting the artists’ creative projects. So it surprised no one when the band's debut album “The Album” broke numerous...

Future of Dance

Future of Dance

Ryan Chan, Business Manager

October 17, 2020

This past month elementary school students from around the city gathered to learn dance and choreography from the Diamond Bar High School dance team. This year marks the company’s second annual Youth Camp, held on Oct. 10 and will continue on Saturday. Throughout camp, the students participated in...

Uighur camps exemplify mass ignorance

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Josh Chou, Editor-In-Chief

October 17, 2020

Despite repeated verification from both satellite imagery and independent journalists, the purpose, and even existence of China’s “re-education” camps in Xinjiang for Uighur Muslims continues to be a point of near-childish contention. Mainland China’s bordering-on-obsession with self-image has reached new...