The Bull's Eye

Eye of the Editors: Illegal Club Fees

November 6, 2014

Filed under Eye of the Editors, Opinion

At the start of the school year, administrators relayed a clear message to staffers that students aren’t required to pay to participate in a school activity. Despite this, membership fees and mandatory donations continue to...

Eye of the Editors: Activities Director

October 8, 2014

Filed under Eye of the Editors, Opinion

The arrival of a new activities director may breathe new life into USB. Goodbye Mrs. Grunseth. Hello Mrs. Van Horn. This change in directors calls for new changes for the governing student group. Too often in recent years,...

Eye of the Editors: The English Class Fiasco

September 10, 2014

Filed under Eye of the Editors, Opinion

Most seniors jump into their final year of high school with a grudging yet eager attitude to finish the last stretch of their race to freedom. They carefully plan their perfectly balanced schedule and ready themselves to tackle...

Student Absence Dilemma

May 20, 2014

Filed under Eye of the Editors, Opinion

Teachers should not give different tests to students who were absent, but should let them take the original test. Keeping up with school’s hefty workload is a real struggle for students at Diamond Bar High School. Surprise...

Eye of the Editors: Cell Phone Cheating

April 23, 2014

Filed under Eye of the Editors, Opinion

Technology has advanced at a frightening rate in the past decade. Consequently, the number of students owning smartphones has grown exponentially. This has led to a major pain in the side of the education department, which remains...

Eye of the Editors: TA’s Perks

March 27, 2014

Filed under Eye of the Editors, Opinion

Roaming in the hallway during class hours, walking in late after the tardy bell has rung, lingering in other teachers’ classrooms while class is still in session are clearly unacceptable behaviors for most students—unless...

Eye of the Editor: What is freedom?

February 26, 2014

Filed under Eye of the Editors, Opinion

One day during first period, a history teacher brought in a cart filled with new touchscreen laptops. “Today, I want you guys to go on my website and finish all the online worksheets that I assigned,” the teacher said as he...

Eye of the Editors: Biased perception

January 28, 2014

Filed under Eye of the Editors, Opinion

Diamond Bar seems to be the hub for local tutoring centers. AP Chemistry help is conveniently offered right across the street from Diamond Bar High School and several SAT preparatory centers lie not too far away. Strangely enough,...

Eye of the Editors: Cyberbullying

October 16, 2013

Filed under Eye of the Editors, Opinion

Fourteen-year-old Hannah Smith, who was constantly told, “go die” on the popular social networking site Ask.fm, was found hanged in her bedroom on August 2, granting the wishes of several anonymous online bullies. Linked to...