The Bull's Eye

Adversity score provides incomplete socioeconomic context for students

Grace Lee, Opinion Editor

June 10, 2019

Filed under OPINION, WEB EXCLUSIVE

College Board has recently been facing scrutiny over adopting the Environmental Context Dashboard, more commonly known as adversity scores, to assign scores that balance test results with a student’s level of disadvantage. Because ...

Eye of the Editors: Revising swimming unit

May 22, 2019

Filed under Eye of the Editors, OPINION

Though swimming classes are obsolete at most high schools, Diamond Bar High School freshmen who take P.E. are required to complete the unit. Swimming for P.E. sounds fun in theory, but it is pointless because it doesn’t properly ...

Minority vote

Minority vote

May 22, 2019

Filed under OPINION, Standalone Cartoons

Undefined by likes

Camille McCurry, Contributing Writer

May 22, 2019

Filed under OPINION

In a society where technology dictates how we communicate with one another, social media platforms like Instagram are essential parts of every teenager’s life. However, the way they track popularity has bred unhealthy competition...

A need for mental health awareness

Connor Cho, Staff Writer

May 22, 2019

Filed under OPINION

The Netflix show “13 Reasons Why” quickly became popular after its debut in 2017 with its focus on suicide. In the month after it began airing, suicide rates for boys increased. Although people may be quick to criticize th...

Letter to the Editors

Diane Sartor, Contributing Writer

May 22, 2019

Filed under OPINION

The news lately has been abuzz with the cheating scandals involving applications for college entrance as well as those regarding SAT testing. Diamond Bar High School’s Bull’s Eye newspaper recently published an investigative pie...

Eye of the Editors: Preventing Cheating

April 25, 2019

Filed under Eye of the Editors, OPINION

Integrity. With a quick scribble of the pen, a student can sign off on it before letting the meaning of the word slip into the back of their heads. As one of the systems in place for the math department to prevent cheating, sig...

TEDy: Making tragedies worse

Ted Yarmoski, Opinion Editor

April 25, 2019

Filed under OPINION

Violence. Tragedy. Controversy. These are some of the things that keep news media afloat and the most audiences engaged. But at what point does reporting on acts of violence and malevolence become ethically wrong? A couple of ...

Get-out-of-jail free card for the rich

Josh Kim, Asst. A&E Editor

April 25, 2019

Filed under OPINION

After allegedly staging his own beating and disguising the deed as a homophobic and racist attack, actor Jussie Smollett should have had to answer to his crimes. But he did not as  Chicago prosecutors dropped all charges against him...