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Harker Aquila

The student news site of The Harker School.

Harker Aquila

WiSTEM co-president Kavita Murthy (12) looks on with Ashley Hong (10) during the TechGirlz workshop. Officers went around each of the three science rooms to check in with the club members while they were hosting.
WiSTEM hosts TechGirlz workshop focused on digital experiences
by Katelyn Zhao, Reporter • December 2, 2021
Former Japanese Foreign Minister and current Prime Minister Fumio Kishida shakes hands with former U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry.
Global Headlines (Issue 3)
November 30, 2021
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Imogene Leneham (12) poses on Davis Field with gold pom-poms. This year, as captain of Harkers cheerleading team, Imogene is in charge of choreographing sections of new routines and teaching them to her fellow cheerleaders.
APEX: Cheerleader defines grit of sport through commitment
by Julie Shi, Reporter • December 4, 2021
Sports slideshow for Dec. 3.
Sports slideshow: Dec. 3
December 3, 2021
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An illustration of a photo album, reminiscent of those of families that were forced to give up personal belongings such as family photos due to being forced to enter concentration camps.
Pulse of the People: ‘Never forget, never again’
by Alysa Suleiman and Emily Tan December 3, 2021
Hygrangea macrophylla (hygrangea) flowers bloom as groundskeepers Urdelin Justo and Jose Hernandez prune shrubs in the quad on Sept. 16.
Our garden, our home
December 3, 2021
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Rishab Parthasarathy (12) and Alex Hu (12) help guide questions and relay them to Anand Natarajan (09). The upper school Programming Club and Math Club invited Ratarajan to speak about quantum computing in the Nichols auditorium on Wednesday.
Harker alumnus delivers introduction to quantum computing
by Margaret Cartee, Reporter • December 4, 2021
STEM Scene showcases briefs to update our community on the STEM world.
STEM Scene: Dec. 1
December 1, 2021
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The androgynous children seem to belong to their own world, mirroring Nara’s own experiences of reconciling with himself. Nara’s paintings project a strong sense of solitary introspection, as if they hail from an entirely different mind—one alive with the childlike ability to lose oneself completely in a state of flow.
Off The Walls: Yoshitomo Nara builds sweet and sinister world
by Michelle Liu, Winged Post Co-Editor-in-Chief • December 2, 2021
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I flip through an array of Marvel Cinematic Universe movies. Although some of the films lack top-notch, logical writing and center around almost all white male heroes, the continuity between them make the MCU immersive and somewhat addictive.
Friday Five: Marvel Cinematic Universe movies
by Arely Sun, Aquila Co-Managing Editor • December 3, 2021
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Music Monday is a new installation featuring a different category of songs on a weekly basis.
Music Monday: Give gratitude with Aquila
by Alena Suleiman, Reporter • November 29, 2021
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