The Bull's Eye

Inhumane prison system needs reform

Erin Li, Asst. Opinion Editor

April 25, 2019

Alabama Department of Corrections runs what is considered one of the worst prison systems in the nation with the highest prison homicide rate in the country. In addition, it has been accused of violating the Eighth Amendment by not p...

Randomized Testing

Randomized Testing

Nicolas Kim

April 25, 2019

Eye of the Editors: Cheating using tests

April 24, 2019

Integrity. With a quick scribble of the pen, a student can sign off on it before letting the meaning of the word slip into the back of their heads. As one of the systems in place for the math department to prevent cheating, s...

Eye of the Editors: Reducing paper waste through technology

March 20, 2019

For Diamond Bar High School students, what starts out as an empty binder at the beginning of the year will inevitably turn into a monstrosity stuffed with largely unused papers by the end of the year. The reason? Unnecessary ...

CON: Standardized testing provides basis for admission

Amy Miyahara, Editor-in-Chief

March 20, 2019

No one likes to be defined by numbers, especially in the context of standardized testing scores. However, these scores provide an impartial rationality to what is a largely unpredictable college admissions process. Accomplis...

PRO: Standardizing academics over individuality

Josh Kim, Asst. A&E Editor

March 20, 2019

Standardized tests: an obstacle course every student seeking to go to college must get past. Because of the immense stress they place on students, their inability to truly measure a student’s ability and how results are dependent ...

Out-of-touch decision defunds crucial services

Angela Yang, News Editor

March 20, 2019

A key objective on the pro-life agenda has long been to undermine Planned Parenthood, and it seems such an endeavor will at last come to fruition. The Trump administration passed a rule last month defunding health centers that ...

Tedy: Informing over destroying

Ted Yarmoski, Opinion Editor

March 20, 2019

Jumping at the first possible solution to a problem never ends well, be it a math test, a dispute with your friend or even pressing, multifaceted issues that affect billions of people on a daily basis. As it turns out, social...