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The House of Blues, Anaheim, is one branch of an American chain of live music concert halls built with restaurants, where homecoming will be held on October 23.

Homecoming theme undisguised

Lauren Cheng, Asst. News Editor
October 6, 2021

After nearly two years of cancelled high school events, this year’s Homecoming dance has built anticipation for many Diamond Bar High School students. Although this year’s event will differ from...

Serena Shih, Akash George, Eileen Zu, Steven Tjandra and Julienne Nguyen are five out of the fifteen Diamond Bar High School students named semifinalists.

Seniors named national scholars

Lauren Cheng, Asst. News Editor
October 6, 2021

Exceeding standards once again, 15 Diamond Bar High School seniors have been named semifinalists for the 2022 National Merit Scholarship Program. The students who have achieved this honor include Emma...

Soap dispensers remain stolen despite staffs’ unsuccessful attempts at restoration.

Vandals deface campus property

MK Palaris, Asst. A&E Editor
October 6, 2021

A recent trend popularized by social media platforms that promotes property damage and vandalism has been sweeping schools across the nation, with Diamond Bar High School falling victim to such antics...

Music director Marie Santos of the Thundering Herd marching band guides the brass section in rehearsal of a performance.

Herd storms into musical review

Vash Chen, Asst. Photo Editor
October 6, 2021

Putting their best foot forward, Diamond Bar High School’s marching band, the Thundering Herd, prepares to step to the sound of their music for the upcoming Placentia Band Review on October 9. While...

Alyssa Wu, who is among the students who take it upon themselves to tutor others, provides assistance to a peer in need.

Gaining experience through peer tutoring

Rachel Lee, Asst. Opinion Editor
October 6, 2021

Although Diamond Bar High School offers juniors and seniors taking higher level classes the opportunity to make some quick cash through tutoring, ever since the pandemic, the amount of paid student tutors...

Return sees class drops

Jianlan Busteed, Asst. Opinion Editor
October 6, 2021

While many students have struggled to adapt to in-person learning, one subject in particular has seen an obvious decrease in student performance: math. Because math builds off of previously learned...

Giovanna Santiago (left) and Geraldine Chan bring their expertise to campus.

Teachers start new legacies

Lyndon Kaneko, Staff Writer
September 8, 2021

Following a mass departure of retiring teachers last year, Diamond Bar High School has managed to fill their positions just in time for the new school year.  Seventeen staff members have joined DBHS...

AP scores dwindle over pandemic

Ryan Kung, Asst. Business Editor
September 8, 2021

Despite having previously switched to a strictly digital format, the 2021 AP exams were administered both in-person and online this year. In order to accommodate students who could not take the tests...

School implements technology guidelines

Lyndon Kaneko, Staff Writer
September 8, 2021

After years of using pen and paper, Diamond Bar High School has begun transitioning into a new era of learning. Following distance learning, many instructors have reapplied their findings from teaching...

Marcus Hsieh

Vaccination statuses raise concerns

Kyle Hong, Staff Writer
September 8, 2021

With the reopening of Diamond Bar High School, the staff have taken various precautions to ensure the safety of students. However, due to the amount of students on campus in contrast to the amount of staff...

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