The Bull's Eye

Inappropriate use of culture

Amelie Lee, Editor-In-Chief

May 17, 2018

Whether in debates over prom dresses or music videos, the topic of cultural appropriation has made its way to the headlines. Attacked for offensive stereotyping and the dismissal of minority struggles, celebrities dressed as Egyptian...

An underappreciated requirement

Erin Li, Asst. Opinion Editor

May 16, 2018

As students choose their classes for the next year, GLCs often hear complaints of performing arts requirement classes taking up room in their schedule. Despite those who claim these classes are a burden, the courses offer stu...

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...

Noor in a Nutshell: Biased intrusions into a historic territory

Noor Naji, Opinion Editor

April 24, 2018

“If every olive of every tree that was uprooted and burned was pressed, it yet would not produce enough tears to cry for Al-Nakbah.” ---Lise Brouillette I knew, before I even wrote this article, that I would share a stance take...

Letter to the Editors

Hamzah Daud, Contributing Writer

April 24, 2018

In the last issue of The Bull’s Eye, Amelie Lee wrote an impassioned article on the “collective voice for reform” in America. She discussed the tide of young people raising their voices on lax gun laws in America. On th...

Prom askings: confess to impress

Amy Miyahara, Asst. A&E Editor

April 24, 2018

“Will you go to prom with me?” is something that many high school girls would love to hear and many guys have asked through posters, flash mobs, gifts and more. While these “promposals” started off as a simple way to express...

No-passing period

No-passing period

April 24, 2018