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United Student Body investigates all clubs for possible deactivation

Jennifer Wang, News Editor

October 24, 2012

During recent years at Diamond Bar High School, there has been a notable increase in the number of inactive clubs on campus. This year, a total of 18 organizations have not carried out the duties listed on their constitution, drawing the attention of the United Student Body. As a result, in an effort...

City of DB Receives High Marks

Hanna Yi, Web Editor

October 24, 2012

Along with four other cities in California, Diamond Bar has once again been acknowledged as one of the “Top 100 Best Cities to Live” by CNNMoney. The city, with its exceptional housing, jobs, and safety, has proven to be better than 55 percent of the cities in the nation. In addition, the city...

Brahma Olympian Alex Morgan makes a surprise DBHS visit

LUCKY NUMBER 13(Second to the left, front) - Alex Morgan proudly displays her diamond banner with the current girls soccer team and faculty members to celebrate her retired number.

Justin Park, Editor-in-Chief

September 12, 2012

Class of 2007 alumna and an Olympic gold medalist, U.S. Women’s National Soccer Team forward Alex Morgan made a surprise visit to Diamond Bar High School on Aug. 27 for a brief lunchtime ceremony to celebrate her accomplishments and retire the number she wore in the Olympics. “I knew I needed...

A new Diamond Bar Library opens near City Hall

Joy Chow, News Editor

September 12, 2012

Over the summer, Diamond Bar readers encountered a pleasant surprise when a new library was built behind City Hall, replacing the old library on Grand Avenue. Tripling in size, the new library now has quadrupled the number of computers it had before: 11 public computers, 10 children computers, six...

School’s English teacher is selected as Teacher of the Year

Katlyn Lee, Editor-in-Chief, Web Editor

September 12, 2012

Sandra Davis, a proud Brahma for 10 years, seemed to continuously win awards and never cease being recognized for her academic excellence this past summer. Davis, an English teacher and a peer counseling advisor at DBHS, was selected out of 79 teachers as one of the honorary semifinalists for the...

Hypnotist to perform in school theater

Gloria Kim, Editor-in-Chief

September 12, 2012

Next Monday, Diamond Bar High will present a comedy-filled show next Monday featuring hypnotist James Kellogg Jr., who will introduce students to what hypnosis is all about and the world of the subconscious mind. Kellogg plans to hypnotize 25 to 30 student volunteers from the audience and make them...

Shadow Showdown sneaks up on Club X

Angie Zhang, Editor-in-Chief

September 12, 2012

Scheduled on the day after the Homecoming football game, Diamond Bar High School’s Homecoming dance has been heavily anticipated by students because of its intriguing theme—ninjas. Officially named Shadow Showdown, this year’s dance will be held at Club X, also known as Ten Nightclub, on Sept....

New staff members join the House of Brahmas

TEACHER FEATURE - William Whelon, Jenna Maine, Anthony Gogos, and Richard Gonzales (left to right) pose for the camera.

Joy Chow, News Editor

September 12, 2012

With the start of the school year, eight new staff members have joined the Brahma family. Ranging from Grade Level Coordinators to Academic teachers, Diamond Bar High School’s new staff members have many different contributions to offer the school. Jenna Maine is the new GLC for the Class of 2014....

New lunch causes uproar

Sarah Cho, Feature Editor

September 12, 2012

Intense heat, excruciatingly long lines, and food shortages—oh my.  The school has clearly cooked up a “winning” combination that has effectively turned lunch into sheer torture.  It seems that over the summer, Diamond Bar High School’s lunch system was tinkered with and altered.  While some...