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The student news site of The Harker School.

Harker Aquila

The student news site of The Harker School.

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STEM Scene showcases briefs to update our community on the STEM world.

STEM Scene: Jan. 19

by Angelina Hu and Jasleen Hansra January 19, 2022

Consumer Electric Show launches new technology products The 2022 Consumer Electric Show (CES) took place in Las Vegas from Jan. 5 to Jan. 8 to exhibit new tech trends and products from companies...

STEM Scene showcases briefs to update our community on the STEM world.

STEM Scene: Dec. 1

by Sriya Batchu and Julie Shi December 1, 2021

Space X launches Crew-3 flight SpaceX’s manufactured spacecraft Crew Dragon successfully launched flight SpaceX Crew-3 from the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) Kennedy Space...

STEM Scene showcases briefs to update our community on the STEM world.

STEM Scene: Oct. 8

by Mark Hu, Winged Post Managing Editor October 8, 2021

Whistle-Blower accuses Facebook of prioritizing profits over safety amid major server outage Frances Haugen, a former product manager at Facebook, revealed that the company knew that Instagram,...

STEM Scene showcases briefs to update our community on the STEM world.

STEM Scene: Sept. 14

by Arjun Barrett, Asst. STEM Editor September 14, 2021

Australia passes controversial surveillance bill The Australian government passed the Surveillance Legislation Amendment (Identify and Disrupt) Bill 2021 on Aug. 25. The bill, intended to disrupt...

STEM Scene showcases briefs to update our community on the STEM world.

STEM Scene: Aug. 17

by Sabrina Zhu and Arjun Barrett August 17, 2021

SpaceX SpaceX, the aerospace company founded by Elon Musk in 2002, successfully launched the GPS III Space Vehicle 05 mission on June 17. The vehicle was supported by a Falcon 9 rocket that had...

STEM Scene showcases briefs to update our community on the STEM world.

STEM Scene: Feb. 12

by Saurav Tewari, Sports Reporter February 17, 2021

New COVID-19 variant spreads across country: In September 2020, a new coronavirus variant detected in the United Kingdom rapidly spread around Britain before coming to the United States, specifically...

STEM Scene showcases briefs to update our community on the STEM world.

STEM Scene: Dec. 13

by Sabrina Zhu, Assistant STEM Editor December 13, 2020

WiSTEM From the week of Nov. 16 to Nov. 20, the Women in STEM (WiSTEM) club had their club week to gain exposure with more students and to promote their organization. Throughout the week, club...

Stem Scene: 2020 Nobel Prize winners

Stem Scene: 2020 Nobel Prize winners

by Sabrina Zhu, Winged Post Asst. STEM Editor November 21, 2020

Physics Roger Penrose received one half of the Nobel Prize in Physics for proving that black holes can exist and that they are direct results of Albert Einstein’s general theory of relativity....

STEM Scene: Tech Update

STEM Scene: Tech Update

by Mark Hu, STEM Editor October 27, 2020

iPhone 12 Apple released four new iPhone 12 models, all of which have 5G capabilities, allowing for faster downloads and higher quality streaming in an event on Oct. 13. The smartphones include...

STEM Scene showcases briefs to update our community on the STEM world.

Stem Scene: Sept. 22

by Anmol Velagapudi, Mark Hu, and Sriya Batchu September 22, 2020

Astronomy Club The Upper School Astronomy Club held two guest speaker sessions with a Q&A with Dr. Eugene Chiang from UC Berkeley on Sept. 4th and a talk with Dr. Bruce Macintosh from the Stanford...

STEM Scene showcases briefs to update our community on the STEM world.

STEM Scene: Upper school clubs continue activities in quarantine

by Tiffany Chang, TALON Reporter May 4, 2020

With COVID-19 pushing everyone to pioneer alternatives for events made unfeasible by shelter-in-place, upper school STEM clubs have risen to the challenge. Despite the inability to continue hands-on activities...

STEM Scene showcases briefs to update our community on the STEM world.

STEM Scene: Upcoming contests and competitions

by Sally Zhu and Amruta Dharmapurikar January 15, 2020

AMC The American Mathematics Competitions (AMCs) will take place on Thursday, January 30. The AMC 10A and AMC 12A are math contests open to all students in or below grades ten and twelve, respectively....

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