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Delaney Logue, Reporter

Delaney Logue is a freshman and reporter for TALON Yearbook. This is Delaney's first year on staff. In her free time, Delaney enjoys listening to music, drawing manga, and reading.

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 “I honestly think that the most important part about being a person is not who you are, but the connections you have and what happens within those connections. I think that, to me, is where the magic happens. No ones really an island,” Jessica Jiang (12) said.

Humans of Harker: Comfort from connection

by Delaney Logue, TALON Sports Editor
April 2, 2020
“[Climbing and violin] both use a lot of muscle memory, and in that way it kind of translates. Even if it’s scary, the moves you make while climbing and playing can be classified as very elegant. I think focusing on each and every move makes it very peaceful,” Hanoom Lee (12) said.

Humans of Harker: Practiced precision

by Delaney Logue, TALON Sports Editor
January 28, 2020
“I think my curiosity is a combination of the environment I was brought up in and also the culture of Harker and the Bay Area. I always think of everything as something that can be questioned, regardless of whether it’s an established truth; that’s the only way you’ll get anywhere,” Smriti Vaidyanathan (12) said.

Humans of Harker: Breaking the silence

by Delaney Logue, TALON Sports Editor
December 2, 2019
I feel like [my art] sort of reflects me in that it’s really disparate in what its about. There’s a wide spectrum of things that I enjoy working on. I feel like that sort of reflects me in that I’m not just artsy, edgy, whatever, but I’m also not just carefree and humorous. I have a little bit of both, and so does my art, Karan Gupta (12) said.

Humans of Harker: Evolution

by Delaney Logue, TALON Photo Editor
April 30, 2019
“Both hacking and choreography are inherently creative things. With hacking and software development, you’re building something from the ground up; you start with nothing. You can create whatever you want and you end up with something that people can use and enjoy. Choreography is very similar. You start with nothing but an idea and you just build it up and see where it goes, Sonal Muthal (12) said.

Humans of Harker: The art of creation

by Delaney Logue, TALON Photo Editor
April 16, 2019
Delaney Logues (12) pocket-sized Red Planet by Robert A. Heinlein is more than just a book. Although the text is faded and the pages are yellowed from years of use, Red Planet harbors priceless memories from her childhood.

My Pocket-Sized Adventure to Mars

by Delaney Logue, TALON Photo Editor
November 8, 2018
“Some people call it perseverance, some people call it stubbornness. It’s the same reason that I didn’t drop out of Harker when I came and started suffocating under the new workload,” Hannah Eckert (12) said. “I wanted to prove to myself that I could do it, and here I am, in senior year. It does you justice to stick things out.”

Humans of Harker: Creating character

by Delaney Logue, TALON Photo Editor
October 11, 2018
“It’s sometimes hard when I had three surgeries in one year and it was hard to tell myself to keep going, Elizabeth Lizzie Schick (12) said. It would have been easy if I had quit tennis. No one would have said anything to me. But my coaches told me to trust the process. Whatever happens, happens. I just have to roll with the punches. I just have to get back up and see what happens. I did figure it out, so that’s fine. I feel like everyone has a point where they can choose to stop or keep going. And if you do, you look back on it, you’re pretty happy with yourself.”

Humans of Harker: Elizabeth Schick remains unfailingly positive

by Mahika Halepete and Anna Vazhaeparambil
April 27, 2018
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