The Bull's Eye

Eye of the Editors: Politics in the Classroom

April 24, 2018

Filed under Eye of the Editors, OPINION

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...

Eye of the Editors: Kiosks

February 21, 2018

Filed under Eye of the Editors, OPINION

Out of the three thousand students in Diamond Bar High School, very few pay attention to the noisy, ill-articulated announcements and the kiosks put in place for advertising on campus. These two misused means point out the ord...

Eye of the Editors: Rating Teachers

January 23, 2018

Filed under Eye of the Editors, OPINION

It may be hard for the administration to accept, but even at a school as accomplished as Diamond Bar High School, there are bad teachers. Many times, the issues students have with teachers are not important enough to require ser...

EYE OF THE EDITORS: Classroom management

December 13, 2017

Filed under Eye of the Editors, OPINION, Showcase

Traditionally, students come to school with the expectation of learning through the guidance of their teachers. However, it has become apparent that teachers rely more on student-based learning than offering lectures and going...

Eye of the Editors: Participation

October 11, 2017

Filed under Eye of the Editors, OPINION

At one point or another, every student at Diamond Bar High School has struggled with participation points. In an environment where students learn and comprehend topics, the number  of times a student raises their hand in class shou...

Eye of the Editors: Rounding Grades

May 17, 2017

Filed under Eye of the Editors, OPINION

Waiting for an update on the Grades app or Parent Portal is  very stressful for Diamond Bar High School students, as a simple decimal difference  can be a deal-breaker for the grade you want.   With the different polici...

Eye of the Editors: Tardy policies

March 21, 2017

Filed under Eye of the Editors, OPINION

A student arrives to class a few minutes early, but decides to get up and use a tissue to combat their sniffling nose-a bodily function that the student has no control over. However, the bell rings while the student is away from ...