The Bull's Eye

The Unsung Tale of Mock Trial Kids

Sarah Cho, Feature Editor

December 12, 2012

Mock Trial is the love of my life. It has done so much for me; it has honestly become the most important aspect of my high school career. And I think most of our team will tell you much the same.  I don’t think most students...

Wish Upon a Falling Star

Katlyn Lee, Asst. News Editor

October 24, 2012

With the constant trend changes in show biz, it’s always hard to keep up with the latest stars. Over the years, many of our beloved male icons have quickly reached immense popularity, only to gradually lose appeal as teens moved...

The Real Deets on Tricks and Treats

The Real Deets on Tricks and Treats

Gloria Kim, Asst. Editorial Editor

October 24, 2012

Crab-solutely Crazy for Cajun

Justin Park, Editor-in-Chief

October 24, 2012

For the last couple years, it became clear rather quickly that Cajun seafood joints would claim a high position on DB students’ most frequented restaurant list. The savory appeal of $9 shrimp in the humble plastic bag known...

The Unsung Tale of Band Kids

A Very Tired and Angry Band Kid

October 24, 2012

Marching Band. You might associate those two words with a bunch of kids who are either too wimpy or too weak to do a sport. But let me tell you, marching band is tough. I’ll rephrase that; Marching Band is probably one of the...

A Terrifying Tutorial

A Terrifying Tutorial

October 24, 2012

Ms. Russo and Her Remarkable Journey

Ms. Russo and Her Remarkable Journey

Justin Park, Editor-in-Chief

October 24, 2012

Definition Deficit

Angie Zhang, Asst. Feature Editor

September 12, 2012

There is a multitude of words in the world that has no English counterpart, words that so precisely describe a particular situation that, when translated to English, end up with five times the word count of the original foreign...

A Q&A with Jason Lin

A Q&A with Jason Lin

September 12, 2012