The Bull's Eye



Unfair standards for athletes

Ethan Ro, Staff Writer
December 7, 2021

Let’s face it: the academic pressure placed on Diamond Bar High School students is immense. But the group on campus that most definitely receives excessive and unnecessary pressure is student-athletes....

New graduation requirement brings about controversy

Deesha Pathak, Staff Writer
December 7, 2021

Following the events of the Black Lives Matter movement, legal scholars have proposed a new graduation requirement: a course in critical race theory.  Critical Race Theory is a class where students...

Wan-take: Post-pandemic housing crisis

Reyna Wan, Editor-in-Chief
December 7, 2021

It’s official—finding and keeping a home in California, really anywhere in the world, is now nearly impossible. Since the National COVID Moratorium ended on Oct. 1, landlords have quickly increased...

Dividing America through Gerrymandering

Julian Medina, Contributing Writer
November 20, 2021

Since 2000, the political powerhouse known as California has possessed 53 seats in the House of Representatives. However, the 2020 National Census saw the state’s chokehold on politics begin to loosen...

Eye of the Editors: Student perspective on school decisions

November 3, 2021

Opinion: The school needs to take into account the student perspective when making decisions that will affect students' school experience. To counteract the challenges presented this school year, Diamond...

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Wan-take: Unsolicited critiques fuel social stigmas

Reyna Wan, Editor-in-Chief
November 3, 2021

The way clothing fits; the amount of skin that’s showing—these are some of the many concerns that people constantly have about their own bodies. Such worries are only amplified under society’s critical...

Cartoon Courtesy of CATHERINE HAN

Selectively Satirical: Rejecting the perfect application

Edward Kim, Business Manager
November 3, 2021

Dear Harvard Admissions Committee, I would say I hope this email finds you well, but I don't really care how it finds you, to be completely honest, and honesty is one of the many traits I have pride...

CON: Lack of information

Ryan Kung, Asst. Business Manager
November 3, 2021

On Dec. 11, the first vaccine treating COVID-19 was approved. Now, almost a year later, only 57 percent of people in the United States are vaccinated. Now, why exactly is a vaccine that was deemed critical...

PRO: Unfaltering infection rates

Rachel Lee, Asst. Opinion Editor
November 3, 2021

After nearly two years of quarantines, impromptu shutdowns and social distancing, it’s safe to say that everyone is aware of how quickly a disease can spread without proper protective measures. And...

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