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TikTok lacks protection for its young users

January 24, 2020

With over 500 million users, TikTok has become the most popular social media app among young teens. This social media platform is famous for its one-minute videos of amateur  lip-syncing and attempts...

Taiwan’s leader of change

Josh Chou, Editor-In-Chief
January 22, 2020

Much to the dismay of Mainland China’s ruling party, Taiwanese citizens voted on Jan. 11 to re-elect Tsai Ing-wen as president for a second term. Tsai, a hardliner against reunification with China, brings...

Closure Through Circles

Closure Through Circles
Josh Kim, A&E Editor
January 22, 2020

Mac Miller’s sixth album, “Circles,” dropped on Jan. 7,  almost 16 months after his death due to an accidental drug overdose. Meant to go hand in hand with his previous album, “Swimming,” “Circles”...

2020 Grammy Predictions

January 22, 2020

Record of the Year Bad Guy - Billie Eilish Old Town Road - Lil Nas X Sunflower - Post Malone / Swae Lee Album of the year When We All Sleep, Where Do We Go? - Billie...

Her brand on denim

Her brand on denim
Ryan Chan, Business Manager
January 22, 2020

Angel Zeng’s jacket painting empire emerged after she made a jacket to wear at her very first K-CON convention. The joy of wearing something she drew and designed has encouraged her to turn  jackets...

Playing on a higher note

Playing on a higher note
Connor Cho, Asst. Business Manager
January 22, 2020

Having won national fame and recognition, Diamond Bar High School junior Mi-Hyun Suh and sophomore Andrew Shi earned the opportunity to continue developing their passion in classical piano at a prestigious...

Student Spotlight: Frank Li

Student Spotlight: Frank Li
Connor Cho, Asst. Business Manager
January 22, 2020

Since the arrival of the Beatles in America, high school musicians have been forming bands. But the group started by senior Frank Li with other Diamond Bar High School musicians is a bit different as they...

Snapshots of Society

Snapshots of Society
Victoria Artale, Sports Editor
January 22, 2020

Photography for the masses goes back over 130 years. In 1888, the first Kodak camera was made available for general use. Almost 50 years later, in 1937,  the first instant camera, Polaroid, which developed...

‘Dolittle’ not doing enough

‘Dolittle’ not doing enough
Emily Koh, Feature Editor
January 22, 2020

Since I have never seen the previous movies about  the adventures of Dr. John Dolittle, I had no idea what to expect when I walked into the theater to watch “Dolittle.” The film left me with mixed...

My stand vs. stans

Josh Kim, A&E Editor
December 11, 2019

More often than not, whenever I’m on Instagram or in the comment section of a recent music video, there are die-hard fans voicing their grievances against it. These obsessed fans, or “stans,” passionately...

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