The Bull's Eye

OPINION

Pro: Drug Testing Professional Athletes

Gloria Kim, Editor-in-Chief

September 12, 2012

Drug testing is imperative to keep all sports clean. Many believe drug test for professional sports nationwide are overused to the point where it may be considered intrusive. Drug tests for professional athletes should remain the way they are now or be intensified to confirm that there are not any a...

Valedictorian Denied Diploma

Katlyn Lee, Editor-in-Chief, Web Editor

September 12, 2012

A valedictorian was unjustly punished after using the word “hell” in her graduation speech. Despite teenagers’ frequent use of swear words, schools have been attempting to control profanity and negativity from their students by implementing new consequences, such as student conferences or suspensio...

Eye of the Editors: Changing Teachers

September 12, 2012

Some students at Diamond Bar have switched their teachers numerous times, while others have not had the benefit of such an option. Every year there is the same mad rush to change classes. Students swarm grade level coordinators’ offices in a desperate attempt to get this teacher or that teacher. The inc...

Blazing Trails of Satire: Curse of 2013, The Cause of Everything

Blazing Trails of Satire: Curse of 2013, The Cause of Everything

Justin Park, Editor-in-Chief

September 12, 2012

At DBHS, many people regard us seniors as the most unlucky group of students on campus. And actually, no one blames them for pitying our class. Heck, we sometimes pity ourselves. After all, it was Class of 2013 that never got to experience a new shiny gym at Chaparral Middle School, attend a Sadie’s...

Boundaries Overstepped

Rose Kim, Web Editor/Staff Writer

September 12, 2012

Although teachers are influential figures in students’ lives, certain lines should not be crossed. There is a distinct boundary between a student and a teacher. For Brittni Nicole Colleps, a former English teacher at Kennendale High School, the boundaries were few and thin. On Aug. 17, the fo...

N.Y. Times Paywall

Hanna Kang, Opinion Editor

September 12, 2012

The New York Times paywall will be helpful in keeping local and international news circulating. For years, newspapers have made every effort to weather through the demands of the highly advanced Internet age, and above all, the fluctuating print circulations and advertisers’ changeover from print to...