The Bull's Eye


New law benefits sleeping schedules

Jianlan Busteed, Asst. Opinion Editor
December 7, 2021

Next school year, Diamond Bar High School students will be introduced to a delayed school schedule—beginning classes at least 30 minutes later, thanks to a new California bill.  Senate Bill 328,...

The current team anticipates officer applications to ensure a victorious future.

Marginal error leads math to a close loss

Claire Wu, Asst. Photo Editor
December 7, 2021

Following a five-win streak, Diamond Bar High School’s math team was eliminated in the Math Madness competition after a 29-32 loss against Cranbrook Kingswood Upper School.  Math Madness is an annual...

Thundering Herd cements legacy

Lyndon Kaneko, Staff Writer
December 7, 2021

Taking up the mantle from their victorious seasons in 2018 and 2019, Diamond Bar High School’s Thundering Herd made its return on Nov. 20–stealing the show after a year-long break from competing.  Their...

The Debate Club attended Tustin Model United Nations, making it their first in-person competition of the season in two years.

Debate Club secures their place at the top

Sam Jajieh, Feature Editor
December 7, 2021

Stepping away from Zoom and into their first event at Tustin Model United Nations, Diamond Bar High School’s Debate Club had a strong start to their competition season, as two sophomores secured awards...

Updates on security protocol

Lauren Cheng, Asst. News Editor
December 7, 2021

In an effort to strengthen the security protocols of district-administered Google accounts, senior Owen Gong has been working closely with Web Administrator and Technology Coordinator Randy Thomas to decrease...

USB announces new members for upcoming year

Vash Chen, Asst. Photo Editor
December 7, 2021

As first semester comes to a close, Diamond Bar High School’s United Student Body has selected its new members. The 2021-2022 USB e-board and activities director, Janna Van Horn, will collaborate...

Exam allows for early graduation

Kyle Hong, Staff Writer
November 3, 2021

Providing an alternative academic path, the California High School Proficiency Exam was created for students who intend to graduate high school early. The test includes a reading and writing portion...

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Breaking cultural barriers

Marcus Hsieh, News Editor
November 3, 2021

In an effort to expand cultural awareness among students, Gov. Gavin Newsom recently signed Assembly Bill 101 into law. The bill requires school districts to create a curriculum that focuses on four...

Senator Josh Newman and Councilmember Andrew Chou speak to FBLA and HOSA students about their experiences in office.

Local politicians visit DBHS campus

Lyndon Kaneko, Staff Writer
November 3, 2021

In hopes of getting its members more involved in their local government, Diamond Bar High School clubs Future Business Leaders of America and Health Occupations Students of America invited Senator Josh...

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