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

Emily Tan

Emily Tan, Winged Post Co-Editor-in-Chief

Emily Tan (12) is the co-editor-in-chief of The Winged Post. This is her fourth year on staff, previously serving as the Winged Post features editor, and she hopes to grow along with the staff to showcase stories in a visually striking way. When she’s not writing or fangirling over mindblowing newspaper designs, Emily enjoys rearranging her room with the moral support of her cats, attempting the latest nail art trends and taste-testing variations of matcha drinks.

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STEM Scene is Harker Aquilas STEM repeater focusing on current developments within the STEM world. This installation features five briefs.

STEM Scene: Oct. 29

October 26, 2022
Hygrangea macrophylla (hygrangea) flowers bloom as groundskeepers Urdelin Justo and Jose Hernandez prune shrubs in the quad on Sept. 16.

Our garden, our home

December 3, 2021
Winged Post Editors-in-Chief Michelle Liu (12) and Emily Tan (12) hold up the newspaper initials along with Managing Editor Mark Hu (12).

Editors’ Note (Issue 1)

September 27, 2021
American jazz pianist Taylor Eigsti speaks on the effects of the pandemic on musicians. “To really understand the production of what goes on to put a show on, it really is a deep dive, since we kind of have to do this stuff ourselves now,” Eigsti said. “We have to wear a lot of hats; we have to learn how to be a sound engineer [and] a lighting person.”

All jazzed up

January 27, 2021
Ellis Goldman (12), who celebrates Hanukkah lights a candle on the menorah. The candles of the menorah are lit from right to left, with the shamash burning brightly in the center each night.

Holidays at Harker

December 24, 2020
This year, students preserved the Halloween spirit through their costumes, many of which were homemade, transforming themselves into movie characters, fairies, and even a Christmas tree.

Spooky sightings

November 2, 2020
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