The Bull's Eye

Brahmas adapt to virtual semester
Brahmas adapt to virtual semester
Steve Qu, Asst. News Editor
September 20, 2020

As school continues  in a virtual setting this semester, students and teachers have varying opinions on this new learning format's success. The new school day consists of 40-minute periods with five-minute...

Annual club rush goes virtual
Annual club rush goes virtual
Tiffany Lee, Asst. Photo Editor
September 20, 2020

In lieu of the usual club rush event, during which students roamed from table to table in the upper quad, Diamond Bar High School’s USB came up with a different way for students to find out about the...

District work to overcome financial challenges
District work to overcome financial challenges
Marcus Hsieh, Asst. News Editor
September 20, 2020

The ongoing COVID-19 pandemic has impacted Walnut Valley Unified School District, exacerbating its financial plight and increasing the possibility that cuts will be made to this school year’s budget. WVUSD...

Safety tops reopening concerns
Steve Qu, Asst. News Editor
September 20, 2020

Though state guidelines prohibit Diamond Bar High School from opening its doors to students for the foreseeable future, there are plenty of ideas and opinions among the high school community regarding...

Welcoming new administration
Welcoming new administration
Reyna Wan, Opinion Editor
September 18, 2020

Though the fall semester will be remote for the foreseeable future, Diamond Bar High School welcomed aboard a few new staff members and has promoted others into new positions.  Among the new Brahmas...

Wellness Center under New Guidance
Wellness Center under New Guidance
Somiya Jajieh, Asst. Feature Editor
September 7, 2020

As the Wellness Center navigates through the new school year, it has had to adapt to the changes brought on not only by distance learning, but by the retirement of its previous adviser, Sandy Davis.  Davis,...

Festival brings people together despite cultural differences
Festival brings people together despite cultural differences
Connor Cho, Asst. Business Manager
August 18, 2020

Due to the long history of injustices faced by minorities in America, Diamond Bar High School senior Hilal Balik and two of her friends started a community service project in hopes of creating an online...

Adjusting to online changes
Somiya Jajieh, Asst. Feature Editor
August 5, 2020

With Diamond Bar High School beginning online classes in August, students and teachers alike are preparing themselves to adapt to distance learning. For rising senior Nancy Mofti, school closure has...

Ivy Service Tutoring donates proceeds to hospitals and front-line workers
Ivy Service Tutoring donates proceeds to hospitals and front-line workers
Marcus Hsieh, Asst. News Editor
August 3, 2020

To help alleviate the additional burden put on healthcare workers due to the ongoing pandemic, a group of Diamond Bar High School students started Ivy Service Tutoring, a club that donates all of its proceeds...

Petition by alumni garners student attention
Rachel Lee
August 2, 2020

The Justice for WVUSD booklet is a 34-page petition compiled by several Diamond Bar High School alumni focused on the reporting discrimination felt by students in the Walnut Valley Unified School District. It...

Club reacts to closure
Club reacts to closure
Camille McCurry, Editor-In-Chief
July 31, 2020

Some of the fundamentals of an active club include regular meetings and activities. Without the ability to meet in-person, though, clubs all over campus are being forced to find creative workarounds to...