Harker Horizon hosts club week

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Harker Horizon hosts club week

Luisa Pan (10) sells donuts on Oct. 13 for Harker Horizon's club week. The club, a science magazine, sold donuts and popcorn chicken to raise money for their club last week.

Luisa Pan (10) sells donuts on Oct. 13 for Harker Horizon's club week. The club, a science magazine, sold donuts and popcorn chicken to raise money for their club last week.

Aditya Singhvi

Luisa Pan (10) sells donuts on Oct. 13 for Harker Horizon's club week. The club, a science magazine, sold donuts and popcorn chicken to raise money for their club last week.

Aditya Singhvi

Aditya Singhvi

Luisa Pan (10) sells donuts on Oct. 13 for Harker Horizon's club week. The club, a science magazine, sold donuts and popcorn chicken to raise money for their club last week.

by Aditya Singhvi, Sports Editor

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The Harker Horizon club hosted their club week from Nov. 12 to Nov. 16, selling popcorn chicken and donuts inside Manzanita during office hours, lunch and after school.

Proceeds from the fundraiser will go toward funding Horizon’s print magazine, with extra money being donated toward wildfire relief efforts.

Harker Horizon publishes a yearly science magazine that publishes student research and articles on the newest trends and discoveries in the scientific world, as well as an online site that accepts rolling submissions. It is led by co-editors-in-chief Katherine Tian (12) and Ryan Guan (12).

“Our main goal, or at least what I envision the science magazine to do, is to convey a sense of what science is to the community,” Kat said. “I think that science is not just for people who do science, and both scientists and non-scientists need to recognize that because scientific developments will affect everybody’s lives.”

As part of their club week, the club hosted an article-writing workshop on Nov. 12 to assist those looking to submit articles. The print magazine has a tentative release date of late March to early April.

Students can see submission guidelines for the magazine using the link horizon.harker.org/submit.