The Bull's Eye

Eye of the Editors: Revising swimming unit

May 22, 2019

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 ...

Eye of the Editors: Preventing Cheating

April 25, 2019

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...

Eye of the Editors: Cheating using tests

April 24, 2019

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, s...

Eye of the Editors: Reducing paper waste through technology

March 20, 2019

For Diamond Bar High School students, what starts out as an empty binder at the beginning of the year will inevitably turn into a monstrosity stuffed with largely unused papers by the end of the year. The reason? Unnecessary ...

Eye of the Editors: Bathroom Cleanliness

February 20, 2019

Imagine this scenario: wet toilet paper hanging from the walls, a half-finished chicken sandwich in the sink and the stench of human waste radiating from the toilets. Once you enter a stall, you can see soap containers submerged...

Eye of the Editors: Politics in the Classroom

April 24, 2018

Given the current political climate of the U.S., it has become increasingly important that students are informed about the world around them. As such, teachers need to provide class time to discuss political matters from an obje...