The Bull's Eye

Eye of the Editors: Distance Learning needs to change

June 15, 2020

When it was announced that Diamond Bar High School was going to participate in distance-learning, students had mixed emotions. After three months of  this program, it is  clear that this method needs some improvements.  D...

Con: Social Media Movement was a Misfire

Rachel Lee, Asst. Opinion Editor

June 14, 2020

On the morning of June 2, Instagram users searching for information related to the Black Lives Matter movement were greeted by a flood of black squares.  This movement, dubbed Blackout Tuesday, was started by two black women in t...

Pro: The true meaning behind the movement

Reyna Wan, Opinion Editor

June 14, 2020

What started off as two marketing representatives hoping to initiate a conversation on black oppression in the music industry, quickly evolved into a social media campaign that further proved the unity behind the Black Lives Ma...

Superiorly Satirical: Summer school

Josh Chou, Editor-In-Chief

June 14, 2020

Everyday I strive to tell myself that I’m unique, I’m special and I deserve attention because my problems aren’t like anyone else's. So, of course, it was no surprise to find a personally addressed letter on my doorste...

Trump on protests is new low of presidency

Camille McCurry, Editor-In-Chief

June 11, 2020

A good leader is someone who guides people to a peaceful resolution in times of crisis; who makes use of the power of office to improve the lives of those they represent. But our president, Donald Trump, has continuously failed ...

Financial benefits of reopening the economy

Somiya Jajieh, Asst. Feature Editor

June 8, 2020

If you were to tell me two weeks ago that I’d be in favor of reopening California’s economy by the very beginning of summer, I’d probably have laughed in your face. However, as financial compensation from the government has proven ...

UBI on senate stage for universal good

Camille McCurry, Editor-In-Chief

June 2, 2020

The idea of universal basic income has been around for a long time, with experiments on its feasibility and impact on productivity taking place in Finland, Kenya and elsewhere. Though it’s often seen as a form of socialism by ...

Biden’s token of approval

Josh Chou, Editor-In-Chief

June 2, 2020

During the Democratic primaries back in March, now presumptive nominee Joe Biden was the first candidate who promised to have a female running mate. While his straightforwardness may have ruffled a few feathers, it came as a su...

Eye of the Editors: Dear Class of 2020

April 29, 2020

Dear Class of 2020, At first glance, March 13 seemed like a normal Friday as we went through our usual routines, thinking we would see our friends the following week. We never could’ve imagined that would be our last day of high ...