The Bull's Eye

Camera Policies Do Not Infringe on Personal Privacy
Camera Policies Do Not Infringe on Personal Privacy
Rachel Lee
September 20, 2020

Everyone feels differently about how much of their private life they prefer to share with their peers; however, being required to show one’s face on camera is not a violation of student privacy. To make sure that students are on task and engaged...

Distance Learning Enviroment
Distance Learning Enviroment
James Wu
September 19, 2020

Subversively Satirical: A Yeezy Choice for President
Subversively Satirical: A Yeezy Choice for President
Edward Kim, Staff Writer
September 19, 2020

When I look at the list of candidates for president, only one name inspires me with hope for this nation. No, it’s not President Donald Trump, nor is it former Vice President Joe Biden. It’s none other than famed rapper Kanye West. After all, with...

Stop Making Things Political
Stop Making Things Political
Victoria Artale, Sports Editor
September 19, 2020

With the COVID-19 pandemic and the Black Lives Matter movement dominating the summer headlines, conservatives and liberals are butting heads on every issue more than ever before. However, listening to science and treating people equally shouldn’t be...

A Moderate Compromise
Vera Wang, Staff Writer
September 19, 2020

With Election Day less than two months away, many American voters continue to remain on the fence about both candidates. While Democratic nominee Joe Biden holds a lead in the polls over President Donald Trump, it could easily change by Nov. 3. This...