The student news site of The Harker School.

Harker Aquila

The student news site of The Harker School.

Harker Aquila

The student news site of The Harker School.

Harker Aquila

Ella Yee

Ella Yee, Aquila Co-Editor-in-Chief

Ella Yee (12) is the co-editor-in-chief of Harker Aquila, and this is her fourth year on staff. This year, Ella hopes to continue bonding with the journalism staff and highlighting diverse perspectives within the local community. In her free time, she loves to dance, drink matcha lattes and watch Kdramas.

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“Art taught me that I can be good at things in different ways from other people. Art is really subjective, so there isn’t one way to go about it. Once I realized this, I started seriously thinking about art as something I could do for the rest of my life,” Vivian Bi (12) said.

Humans of Harker: Sketching a new self-image

by Ella Yee, Co-News Editor
February 12, 2023
An illustration of the debate between subtitles and dubs for foreign language film, represented by Japanese anime characters Tanjiro Kamado and Zenitsu Agatsuma from Demon Slayer. Often, fans of foreign shows take a strong stance on one or the other for their optimal viewing experience.

Subtitles vs. dubbing: Lost in translation?

by Ella Yee, Co-News Editor
November 9, 2022
“With programming, after working for a while, I could see my entire project come to life. Everything happened at once. Once I could see it all happening, it was just a big sense of accomplishment that I couldnt really find anywhere else, Saahil Thoppay (12) said.

Humans of Harker: Archives and algorithms

by Ella Yee, Co-News Editor
October 19, 2022
Ashley Hong (10) brings her arms together before making a stroke in the 200 medley event. Ashleys quick time in this event allowed her to qualify for CCS.

Harker swimmers clinch fast times in second meet of season

by Ella Yee, Assistant Multimedia Editor
March 27, 2022
“What I want to show people around me is what I learned from the upperclassmen above me: were all making mistakes, and we’re all learning from those mistakes. Especially at Harker, I want to show people that its okay to not be the best at anything. Do what you want. Give it your best shot, and learn from your mistakes, Teresa Cai (12) said.

Humans of Harker: Follow your heart

by Ella Yee, Assistant Multimedia Editor
February 25, 2022
“Being able to see both sides of an argument for debate really helped to expand my worldview. Being able to analyze, even if I don’t agree with one side, how I would think about it from [that] perspective gave me more nuanced thinking. This is helpful even in interpersonal situations: being able to recognize what other people are thinking and see things from other people’s perspectives, Arnav Jain (12) said.

Humans of Harker: Power in perspective

by Ella Yee, Reporter
December 15, 2021
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