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Tune in: Mr. Morale and The Big Steppers

Tune in: Mr. Morale and The Big Steppers

Jeremiah Jung, News Editor
May 16, 2022

We’ve reached the end of a 5-year long tunnel. And at the end of our 1,855-day journey, Kendrick Lamar greets us with what is likely one of the most important albums of the decade. Having built up...

Summer 2021 Binge List

Summer 2021 Binge List

Natasha Chang, Asst. A&E Editor
February 22, 2022

With summer vacation right around the corner, plenty of time will soon be available to binge-watch your way through shows. Selecting quality series to watch, however, can often prove to be a difficult...

Black History Month reads

When learning about the history of Black Americans, it’s easy to fall into the misconception that racism is a thing of the past, but complacency is a privilege. In honor of Black History Month, we have...

Sharpening his skills in martial arts

Sharpening his skills in martial arts

Taylor Joe, Asst. A&E Editor
February 15, 2022

While most associate martial arts with various kinds of hand-to-hand combat, sophomore Kevin Liu’s passion for this practice manifests itself in a more unique form: dance. Dedicating three days of...

Euphoria season two off to mediocre start

Euphoria season two off to mediocre start

Niko Yatawara, Editor-in-Chief
February 15, 2022

Serving us trauma with a side of glitter, Euphoria captured our attention during its 2019 premiere. With its just out of reach storylines—– you know, minus the week-day house parties and hard drugs—flashy...

Musicians qualify for an All-State experience

Musicians qualify for an All-State experience

Claire Wu, Asst. Photo Editor
February 15, 2022

With 39 brahmas in its attendance, this year’s California All State Band has been dominated by Diamond Bar High School musicians. In order to qualify for the group, thousands of students are judged...

Brahmas make a splash in annual poster competition

Brahmas make a splash in annual poster competition

Ethan Ro, Staff Writer
February 15, 2022

Using their artwork to educate others on water conservation, two Diamond Bar High School students placed in the top three at the annual "Water is Life" student poster competition. Established in 1990,...

Waving their flags for the new season

Vash Chen, Asst. Photo Editor
February 15, 2022

Flags held high, Diamond Bar High School’s color guard has kicked off their Winter Guard season with their new show: The Twist and The Curve. This year’s theme, chosen by head coach Robert Jett,...

Broadcasting his musical talent from the top

Broadcasting his musical talent from the top

Niko Yatawara, Editor-in-Chief
February 15, 2022

Gently setting his bow on the strings of his violin, junior Ethan Yang prepares to record his debut performance on NPR’s classical music podcast, From the Top.  Since he was eight-years-old, Yang...

Diversifying Disney

Diversifying Disney

Rachel Lee, Asst. Opinion Editor
January 19, 2022

Starting out as a real-life Disney Princess, then making her way up the corporate ladder to an executive position, Diamond Bar High School class of 2012 alumna Alyssa Navarro was recently featured on the...

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