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Secretively Satirical: Friends with academic benefits

Secretively Satirical: Friends with academic benefits

Edward Kim, Staff Writer
February 23, 2021

Since the beginning of online learning, I’ve started disregarding my schoolwork and started asking people for answers to assignments. This is a method I would really recommend if you are struggling in...

Black Lives Matter still matters

Black Lives Matter still matters

Steve Qu, Asst. News Editor
February 23, 2021

While it started as a simple hashtag, Black Lives Matter has quickly became a worldwide political and social movement just seven years after the terrible tragedy of Trayvon Martin’s murder.  Last...

Traders trigger scrutiny

Traders trigger scrutiny

Marcus Hsieh, Asst. News Editor
February 23, 2021

Under the guise of combatting Wall Street hedge funds, thousands of retail investors on the social media site Reddit mobilized January to make misbegotten investments into electronics retailer GameStop,...

CMC: It’s all about the workload

CMC: It’s all about the workload

Camille McCurry, Editor-In-Chief
February 23, 2021

Every time mental health comes up at Diamond Bar High School, many are quick to blame the school’s toxic, competitive atmosphere for much of the stress students face. Attempting to mitigate the damage...

Recall represents statewide setback

Recall represents statewide setback

Jianlan Busteed, Contributing Writer
February 23, 2021

After watching Congress’s second attempt to convict former president Donald Trump, Californians are now facing an issue much closer to home: deciding whether Gavin Newsom should be recalled from his...

Manipulating right to protest

Manipulating right to protest

Reyna Wan, Opinion Editor
January 26, 2021

A day that was meant to be the ceremonial confirmation of Joe Biden’s victory in the 2020 U.S. Presidential Election took a violent turn when thousands of Trump supporters breached the walls of the Capitol...

Stubbornly satirical: Returning to campus: a coronavirus conspiracy

Stubbornly satirical: Returning to campus: a coronavirus conspiracy

Marykate Palaris, Asst. A&E Editor
January 26, 2021

Almost a year has gone by since that tragic March day, when a two-week dismissal turned into a month, and now it’s been almost eight months with no end in sight. Ever since then, we haven’t received ...

Eye of the Editors: Technical issues of online learning

January 26, 2021

For most teachers, finding the balance of leniency and strictness with students was a personal choice influenced by experience and the rigidity of their courses. In most cases, the idea of giving students...

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