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Seductively Satirical: Healing heartache with pixelated love

Seductively Satirical: Healing heartache with pixelated love

Jeremiah Jung, Asst. News EditorHealing
February 15, 2022

I will never love again.   I’d always been told that all good things must come to an end, but I never believed this applied to me. My little Discord kitten was the only one for me; in calling it...

“Not like everyone else”

“Not like everyone else”

Jianlan Busteed, Asst. Opinion Editor
January 19, 2022

There is only one word to sum up my existence: unique. Never one to follow the flock, I’ve always been a lone wolf, disrupting society’s dull uniformity. Every day, I wake up and make the conscious...

School holidays reflect religious biases

MK Palaris, Asst. A&E Editor
January 19, 2022

Christmas, Thanksgiving, Veterans’ Day—While these holidays are well-known and widely celebrated by American people, their celebrations often overshadow those of other communities present in our acclaimed...

Wan-Take: Hands of my future

Wan-Take: Hands of my future

Reyna Wan, Editor-In-Chief
January 19, 2022

Pro-life or pro-choice? That’s been the question of the century, pulling from evangelicals labeling it as homicide to liberals who argue that it’s for a woman to decide. But, Texas has answered this...

Eye of the Editors: Advance Placement classes

Eye of the Editors: Advance Placement classes

January 19, 2022

Although Diamond Bar High School is already notorious for its academically rigorous curriculum, its competitive environment has resulted in a desire among students for increasingly advanced courses.  Students...

News writes off pressing issues

News writes off pressing issues

Natasha Chang, Asst. Feature Editor
January 19, 2022

The news industry, a predominantly white field with most power players residing in the United States, has guaranteed one thing: homogenous press coverage.  To maximize profits and reader engagement,...

Adopting responsible habits for household pets

Adopting responsible habits for household pets

Maia Pak, Asst. Feature Editor
January 19, 2022

The classic image of gleeful children receiving a puppy for Christmas is one glamorized by the media every holiday season. But, what entertainers of this gift idea can tend to forget is that this temporary...

Eye of the Editors: Correcting corrective actions

Eye of the Editors: Correcting corrective actions

December 7, 2021

Opinion: The administration needs to adjust its school rules to address student transgressions with appropriate measures. As an educational institution, Diamond Bar High School is well-founded in establishing...

Biased leaderships in clubs

Nathan Chu, Asst. Sports Editor
December 7, 2021

In competitive environments like Diamond Bar High School, students can often be seen applying for multiple leadership positions in an effort to stand out in college applications. However, with positions...

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Specifically Satirical: America’s most eligible scholar

Jeremiah Jung, Asst. News Editor
December 7, 2021

Without ever having to try, I already have every college in the contiguous United States begging me to attend their school. Ever since I signed up to take the SAT in sixth grade and aced it with an exemplary...

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