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Shareen Chahal (11) as Leaf Coneybear. The eccentric homeschooled speller becomes an underdog of the bee.

Conservatory brings pandemonium with Spring Musical

by Alison Yang, Jonathan Xue, and Young Min April 12, 2023

In thirty minutes, Rona Lisa Peretti, played by Samvita Gautham (12), will take the stage, pink pumps and purple power suit bursting out from the beige set. “Syzygy,” she spells, as the cheers in her...

“I want to be remembered as someone who, every time they were given a job to do or a role to fulfill, always did more than just that role. In a lot of the things that I do, Im very passionate about them, and so Im always expanding on the duties I already have. Im always trying to do more than whats strictly given to me because I feel like it just makes life more interesting,” Aastha Mangla (12) said.

Humans of Harker: Directing change

by Desiree Luo, Co-Features Editor February 26, 2023

The Athletic Center buzzes with the energetic ambiance typical of any school meeting. Muted conversations descend down the bleachers as students wait for the next speaker to approach the stage. Near the...

Performers unveil work in the arts during Student Directed Showcase productions

by Sidak Sanghari, Hima Thota, Alison Yang, and Sally Zhu January 18, 2023

A misshapen blob of students, dressed in costumes ranging from floral shirts to ski boots to construction vests, gather onstage. Wrapping their arms around each other, they squat down, heads bowed in anticipation....

Blood Will Out: The True Story of a Murder, a Mystery, and a Masquerade is a 200 page true crime memoir by Walter Kirn that was first published on March 3, 2014. Kirn is also the author of Up in the Air, Thumbsucker and Lost in the Meritocracy.

A murder for the sake of literature

by Aastha Mangla, Reporter April 20, 2021

Aastha's ranking: ★★★☆☆ From simply grazing my eyes over my bookshelf, I can easily identify red covers and crackled text, the telltale signs of horror novels. My interest in horror novels...

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