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Eric Fang

Eric Fang, Winged Post Editor in Chief

Eric Fang (12) is the co-editor in chief of the Winged Post. This is his fourth year in Harker Journalism, and he hopes to hone his skills as both a writer and journalist in the near future. He wrestles and throws shot-put and discus for track and field. In his free time, he likes to read the news, play video games and listen to music.
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“For me, I found out that kindness goes a long way in building relationships, and keeping relationships. It helps in social situations and work. But most importantly, being kind to other people, even the little things like holding a door open helps me so much. It just makes me so happy knowing I was kind to someone, and that they appreciated it. And there’s no feeling in the world that can compare to that,” Anthony Xu (12) said.

Humans of Harker: Growing with the T-Fam

by Eric Fang, Winged Post Co-Editor-in-Chief
May 2, 2020
“A lot of people … don’t have the same opportunities that I’ve been given as I’ve grown up, so I feel like my ability to sort of help them and give them some of the opportunities that I’ve had is special to me. I think that playing soccer is just a good way for everyone to destress, be active, interact with other people, make friends and just have a good time,” Darshan Chahal (12) said.

Humans of Harker: Kicking for a cause

by Eric Fang, Winged Post Editor-in-Chief
March 12, 2020
An illustrated box containing a medal, a team photo and standard wrestling gear. For the first time, the upper school will not have a wrestling team for its 2020 winter season.

It wasn’t just a sport: wrestling was a family

by Eric Fang, Winged Post Editor-in-Chief
December 21, 2019
Head of Security Tor Wormdahl and SJPD School Liaison Officer Sean Mattocks patrol the campus on Nov. 14.

Safe at home?

by Eric Fang and Kathy Fang
November 20, 2019
“I really like bonding with people of different mindsets, different cultures. All these different cultures around the world, theyre distant in the fact that you almost dont even know if the culture exists if you dont understand their language. Once I went to Japan and started studying the language, so many different aspects of their culture just made themselves apparent to me. It was like a whole new world,” Henry Cuningham (12) said.

Humans of Harker: Blazing his own trail

by Eric Fang, Winged Post Editor-in-Chief
November 15, 2019
Running back Devin Keller (12) carries the ball down the field, chased by a player from Lowell High School. The Eagles played Lowell on Sept. 13 and ended with a tie at 15-15.

Monthly recap: Fall sports go the distance

by Anna Vazhaeparambil, Aquila Co-Sports Editor
October 8, 2019
Roxanne Gaona, a senior at Central High School in Fresno, and another youth activist hold a banner reading Standing Together for Juristac at the front of a Sept. 8 march protesting the proposed construction of a quarry at Sargent Ranch. Local environmental groups and Native Americans have opposed the mining operation since 2016, as Santa Clara County deliberates the environmental and cultural impact of the proposal.

Local tribe protests Santa Clara County mining operation

by Eric Fang, Winged Post Editor-in-Chief
October 1, 2019
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