The Bull's Eye

An illogical impeachment inquiry in Congress

Camille McCurry, Staff Writer

December 10, 2019

As the first leg of the impeachment process for President Donald Trump comes to a close, the question of whether Congress should actually impeach our president has arisen not only in the minds of his steadfast Republican suppor...

Eye of the Editors: Importance of final tests

December 10, 2019

With the pressure of a final test weighing down most students’ minds, it is always a cause for celebration when a teacher announces that there will be no final exam, but instead, a final project. Though final projects may seem ...

No time for turkey

No time for turkey

December 10, 2019

Extreme climate change advocacy

Renee Elefante, News Editor

December 10, 2019

Fed up with the lack of attention toward climate change, students around the world skipped school and took their homemade posters to the streets in September to participate in the Global Climate Strikes. It is understandable t...

Nike makes empty promises

Reyna Wan, Asst. Opinion Editor

December 10, 2019

 #JustDoIt. #DreamCrazy. Both are notable campaigns created by Nike, a leader in the athletic industry. Though these messages are meant to instill a foundation of perseverance and dedication for all, how much they truly strive...

GraceNotes: Voting without thinking

December 10, 2019

When I first learned about straight-ticket voting in my summer school civics class, I was confused about why it existed. Even after I had read more about it and considered the opposing perspective, I still could not bring myself ...

Trump’s changing attitude towards vaping policies

Max Zhu, Contributing Writer

December 7, 2019

From what the world has recently witnessed, the White House is now no longer the national symbol of the U.S., but the center of a comedy stage. President Donald Trump has yet again reversed another potential big health law, wavin...

New Twitter policy introduces political bias

Connor Cho, Staff Writer

December 3, 2019

Twitter recently issued a ban on political advertising shortly after Facebook announced its policy to purposely allow political advertisements with misinformation on their site. Though Twitter’s plan is a stark contrast agains...

Eye of the Editors: Value of grades

November 5, 2019

Any Diamond Bar High School student can attest to our school’s competitive nature. Whether in Advanced Placement or regular classes, it isn’t a stretch to say students’ concerns are 100 percent focused on performing well in c...