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Harker Aquila

The student news site of The Harker School.

Harker Aquila

The student news site of The Harker School.

Harker Aquila

Alison Yang

Alison Yang, Co-A&E and Lifestyle Editor

Alison Yang (11) is the co-arts and entertainment and lifestyle editor for Harker Aquila and the Winged Post, and this is her third year on staff. Alison is looking forward to getting to know more people and working on photography. She also likes to hang out with her cat Schrödinger, play Russian Fishing 4 and watching bad movies.

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Everyone always says, YOLO, you only live one life. And its true, you only live one life.  Thats exactly the reason why in whatever youre doing, you should find the best parts and enjoy them. Like in school, finding a class you love. For me, volleyball and robotics, my outlets are for fun. Its about enjoying what you do and sharing that joy with others, Zachary Blue (12) said.

Humans of Harker: Jumping to new heights

by Sam Li, Reporter
May 23, 2024
Humans of Harker: Code of creativity

Humans of Harker: Code of creativity

by Alison Yang, Aquila Co-Editor-in-Chief
May 7, 2024
“I think that reading should be an escape. A lot of the time when I read realistic fiction, I think that I could just be living life instead. If I wanted to experience reality, I could go and do it, but its not like you can go outside and see dragons or something. So I like the escapist aspect, but I also read some nonfiction and essays and memoirs, James Blenko (12) said.

Humans of Harker: Learning through literature

by Charlize Wang, Co-Aquila Managing Editor
May 7, 2024
 Ive always thought about things in an economic way. What can I do to maximize the happiness I get? There are definitely things Id change if I went back, but theres no point in dwelling on that, Angelina Zhu (12) said.

Humans of Harker: Introspective investment

by Alison Yang, Aquila Co-Editor-in-Chief
May 6, 2024
Poetry offers students a place to express themselves, whether through writing, reading or reciting it. You can just use words and use the feelings of those words to create a painting, Eric Zhang (11) said.

Poetry empowers student voices

by Suhani Gupta, Co-A&E/Lifestyle Editor
April 30, 2024
drop shop

Temu and Tiktok Shop undercut sustainability

by Charlize Wang, Asst. Opinions Editor
March 28, 2024
Mindy Truong rehearses before her recital at Santa Clara University on Jan. 28. Her dream is to play Rachmaninoffs Piano Concerto No. 3 with a professional orchestra.

Harmonize piece by piece

by Alison Yang, Co-A&E/Lifestyle Editor
February 6, 2024
“Art pulls out your most intrinsic values, because these things will inevitably come out as youre thinking and creating. When Im trying to start a new project, I will think, ‘What is really important to me? What do I want to show other people? How can I express this in a way that is both visually engaging but also unique?’” Alena Suleiman (12) said.

Humans of Harker: Network of love

by Ella Yee, Aquila Co-Editor-in-Chief
January 30, 2024
Audience members settle in as Considering Matthew Shepard begins. The oratorio was written by Craig Johnson.

To consider Matthew Shepard

by Alison Yang, Co-Arts & Entertainment Editor
October 12, 2023
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