The Bull's Eye

Wrist-banned?

Vrinda Chauhan, Staff Writer

September 17, 2013

“I Love Boobies” bracelets raise questions of students’ right to freedom of expression. Recently, a federal appeals court ruled that a Pennsylvanian school district could not ban “I Heart Boobies!” bracelets. The court, ...

PRO: Diamond Bar High Renumbers Classrooms

Yusheng Xia, Assistant Editorial Editor

September 17, 2013

With the new room numbering system on our school campus, DBHS has finally succeeded in labeling our classrooms in an orderly way. Many students have eyed this change with disapproval, fearing the new numbering system will create...

Zimmerman Is No Villain

Hanna Kang, Assistant Editorial Editor

September 17, 2013

 The media was partial toward Trayvon Martin and played the greatest role in shaping the public’s opinion regarding the case. The acquittal of mixed-race Latino George Zimmerman in the death of 17-year-old black teenager ...

An Unfinished Race toward Freedom

Vrinda Chauhan, Staff Writer

September 6, 2013

August 28 marked the 50th anniversary of Martin Luther King’s phenomenal “I Have a Dream” speech. As millions all across America celebrate the anniversary of his iconic speech, it is a time to reflect on how far this country...

Martin Luther King Jr. Was a Mathematician

Dena Lordi, DBHS Teacher

September 6, 2013

Just this weekend I was reading the record my mother kept of my first year.  Under the heading “Signs of the Times on the Day You Came Home,” she wrote, “This summer was called the Second American Revolution.  In the fi...

CON: Tablet vs. Textbook

Joy Chow, News Editor

May 22, 2013

The satisfaction of slamming a textbook shut after completing an assignment and letting out a huge sigh of relief, to me, cannot be replaced by a tablet. What can I do to express my frustration on a tablet? What can I do to release...

Confessions of a USB Graduate

Justin Park, Contributing Staff Writer

May 22, 2013

As another year rapidly comes to a close, senior students all over campus are preparing to bid a bittersweet, sentimental farewell to the school they have called home for four years. Which means, it’s also time to finally ac...