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Influencers on the red carpet

Natasha Chang and Maia Pak
October 6, 2021

NikkiTutorials  Popular beauty youtuber Nikkie de Jager, better known as NikkiTutorials, exceeded expectations with her first ever Met Gala look. The makeup guru attended the gala in an Edwin Oudshoorn...

Crafting through quarantine

Crafting through quarantine

Rachel Lee, Asst. Opinion Editor
October 6, 2021

For Diamond Bar High School alumna Charlotte Tu, what began as a way to sell off a pair of Among Us earrings evolved into a small business with about 22 thousand Instagram followers, all in less than a...

Cruelty planted in animal processing industries

Cruelty planted in animal processing industries

Maia Pak, Asst. Feature Editor
October 6, 2021

Working to shed light upon the realities of animal processing industries, Diamond Bar High School students Lynea and Alexander Morton-Dyke are educating others on veganism through various protests and...

Frostys maze offers a chilling attraction

Frosty’s maze offers a chilling attraction

Taylor Joe, Asst. A&E Editor
October 6, 2021

With Halloween approaching, Frosty’s Dark Harvest Corn Maze, located in Chino, has risen from its grave to offer  thrilling and frightening attractions with semi-scary jumpscares.  Open from 7pm-12am...

Disappointing Asian cuisine

Disappointing Asian cuisine

October 6, 2021

The Hungry Bulldog House, nestled on South Lemon Avenue and Golden Springs Drive, offers a selection of unmemorable Asian fusion street snack foods that miss the mark. Although branded as a Korean-style...

Hispanic Heritage Month

Hispanic Heritage Month

Niko Yatawara, Editor-In-Chief
October 6, 2021

For the past 52 years, National Hispanic Heritage month has honored the contributions and cultures of Americans with roots in Latin America.  Although the event originated as a week-long commemoration,...

From distressed to well-dressed

From distressed to well-dressed

Natasha Chang, Asst. Feature Editor
September 8, 2021

While many of us fell victim to the pandemic slump following the initial distress, alumni Ace Greene was one of the few exceptions-- successfully launching his clothing brand “Distressed Los Angeles”...

Inspiring a new wave of activism

Ashley Park , Staff Writer
September 8, 2021

Controversial topics such as LGBTQ+ rights, racial injustice and suicide are often brushed under the rug, but Diamond Bar High School junior Olivia James is already in action to spread awareness and make...

DBHS Sunshine Club hosted a volunteer event last October where club members packaged Halloween goodie bags for pediatric patients.

Instilling a ray of hope

Edward Kim, Business Manager
September 8, 2021

The passing of an 11-year-old boy due to leukemia— such a heartbreaking moment has somehow led to an on-going legacy of bringing happiness and increased awareness. In honor of 11-year-old Bryson Yang...

Bridging a gap in education

Maia Pak , Asst. Feature Editor
September 8, 2021

 As an extension of the Sacred Valley Project in Peru, a coalition of Diamond Bar High School students are working to provide financial aid to indigenous Andean girls in receiving a secondary education. Though...

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