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Harker Aquila

The student news site of The Harker School.

Harker Aquila

The student news site of The Harker School.

Harker Aquila

Monterey Bay Aquarium visitors watch native species, including the giant kelp, in one of the establishments exhibitions. The aquarium protects marine species by providing information about climate change and maintaining research and surrogacy programs.
Global Reset: In a world of warming oceans, what does a sanctuary provide?
by Sabrina Zhu and Alysa Suleiman November 8, 2021
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STEM Scene showcases briefs to update our community on the STEM world.
STEM Scene: Dec. 1
by Sriya Batchu and Julie Shi December 1, 2021
STEM Scene showcases briefs to update our community on the STEM world.
STEM Scene: Oct. 8
by Mark Hu, Winged Post Managing Editor • October 8, 2021
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WiSTEM officers Kavita Murthy (12), Claire Luo (10), Ella Yee (10), Emily Zhou (12), Amiya Chokhawala (11), Catherine He (12), Thresia Vazhaeparambil (12) and Eileen Ma (11) hold a club meeting in the Nichols Atrium on Sept. 20. The club aims to encourage more female students to participate in STEM fields.
STEM Spotlight: Women in STEM
by Katelyn Zhao, Reporter • October 5, 2021
STEM Spotlight is a new Aquila repeater showcasing STEM clubs and their initiatives.
STEM Spotlight: HarkerDEV
by Mark Hu and Ethan Liu September 26, 2021
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Andrew Jin (‘15) began startup Dorsal Health with high school friend Shashwat Kishore to create new solutions for musculoskeletal and chronic pain conditions in order to treat those afflicted by chronic pain quickly and effectively.
Blooming from the STEM: Pursuing new possibilities
by Margaret Cartee and Sabrina Zhu September 12, 2021
“[Computer science] is analytical in its foundation. But it’s artistic in its execution. There is so much nuance and craft that goes into solving a problem and that goes into designing a model and writing code and building a system at scale, Rengarajan said.
Blooming from the STEM: Exploration in engineering
by Sabrina Zhu, STEM editor • September 4, 2021
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Rishab Parthasarathy (12) and Alex Hu (12) help guide questions and relay them to Anand Natarajan (09). The upper school Programming Club and Math Club invited Ratarajan to speak about quantum computing in the Nichols auditorium on Wednesday.
Harker alumnus delivers introduction to quantum computing
by Margaret Cartee, Reporter • December 4, 2021
A large portion of modern technology relies on open-source packages, or software and applications that are available to the public.
Unsung heroes fuel the software industry
by Arjun Barrett, Asst. STEM Editor • December 2, 2021
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