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The student news site of The Harker School.

Harker Aquila

The student news site of The Harker School.

Harker Aquila

Margaret Cartee

Margaret Cartee, Aquila Co-Managing Editor

Margaret Cartee 12) is a co-managing editor for Harker Aquila, and this is her fourth year on staff. This year, Margaret wants to do more illustrations and meet all the new journalists in the program. In her free time, she likes sketching on paper, playing volleyball and sitting in chairs.

All content by Margaret Cartee
The average student is still left with a crucial question after they decide to venture to the loo: which restroom is the best?

The Toilet Bowl

August 29, 2023
“[Foreign policy has helped me think] more outside of my personal bubble. When I see something now, I think more about not just how this is affecting us, but how this affects the world more broadly. Recently, there was the economic crisis of gas and oil — that doesnt just affect the US, it affects Europe,” Dilsher Dhaliwal (12) said.

Humans of Harker: Thinking beyond borders

by Margaret Cartee, Opinions Editor
February 14, 2023

Halloween: The pump-king of holidays

by Margaret Cartee, Opinion Editor
November 10, 2022

To the stars

by Margaret Cartee, Opinions Editor
August 28, 2022
By normalizing these insults and comments and allowing them to circulate, we normalize casual homophobia and ableism and allow the seeds of prejudice to grow in our environment.

Derogatory slang perpetuates prejudice

by Margaret Cartee, Asst. Opinion Editor
March 23, 2022
“[Art is] a really good way to let out all your emotions. For someone like me, who is not very good at communicating their emotions very well, art is a really good place to dump all your feelings into if you dont like saying it by word of mouth. You can do anything with art. Theres honestly no right or wrong way to do art, so whatever you want to do, you can do, Ray Ka (12) said.

Humans of Harker: Details in design

by Margaret Cartee, Assistant Opinions Editor
March 22, 2022
“[My favorite moments] in some sense are those general feelings of conversation. They open your mind just as much as those competitions where youre really studying or working hard. In every facet of your life, youre trying to find ways to broaden your way of thinking, William Zhao (12) said.

Humans of Harker: Expanding new horizons

by Margaret Cartee, Assistant Opinions Editor
March 14, 2022
Grinding to a halt: Pushed past our limits

Grinding to a halt: Pushed past our limits

by Margaret Cartee, Asst. Opinions Editor
February 23, 2022
“[My multiracial perspective] comes into play for a lot of things — trying to look at an issue from multiple perspectives, to keep in mind the needs of multiple communities. Some health issues impact different communities in different ways, so [it’s important to look] at culturally aware approaches to healthcare, Natasha Matta (12) said.

Humans of Harker: Extensive perspective

by Margaret Cartee, Reporter and Assistant Opinions Editor
February 7, 2022
Former Japanese Foreign Minister and current Prime Minister Fumio Kishida shakes hands with former U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry.

Global Headlines (Issue 3)

by Margaret Cartee, Reporter
December 1, 2021
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