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Appreciation Committee creates posters for staff appreciation

Appreciation Committee creates posters for staff appreciation

by Nicole Tian, Reporter

March 17, 2019


Filed under Features, Online Exclusive

Lining a bulletin board in one of the corridors in Manzanita are 17, out of the 24, beaming faces of the upper school kitchen staff, accompanied by their favorite sports teams, music, bucket list items and other similar questions. Executive Chef Steve Martin, who has been on staff since Harker was a...

Honor Week celebrates honor for Harker’s 125th anniversary

Honor Week celebrates honor for Harker’s 125th anniversary

by Lucy Ge, Reporter

March 3, 2019


Filed under Features, Online Exclusive

Microphone in hand, physics and science research teacher Chris Spenner spoke on Wednesday, Feb. 20 during the school meeting about acceptance within the Harker community. He highlighted three speeches given earlier in the school year by Haris Hosseini (12), Raphael Sanche (12) and chemistry teacher Robbie...

School meeting recap 2/26/19

School meeting recap 2/26/19

by Eric Fang, News Editor

February 27, 2019


Filed under News, Online Exclusive

Head of School Brian Yager started the school meeting by congratulating students who performed in either the annual dance show or the recent Gala. He also praised the varsity boys soccer team for advancing to the Central Coast Sectional (CCS) semifinals. Next, he announced a series of accreditation visit...

Editorial: Channeling our anger to effect change

Editorial: Channeling our anger to effect change

September 28, 2018


Filed under Editorial, Online Exclusive, Opinion

After the recent events involving two former Harker teachers’ inappropriate interactions with students and their subsequent arresting, we’ve seen, among other warranted responses, some knee-jerk reactions to the news. The news is absolutely important, and as the national situation with Supreme...

Editorial: Healing, recovery and moving forward with time

Editorial: Healing, recovery and moving forward with time

September 3, 2018


Filed under Editorial, Opinion, Winged Post

In the wake of the arrest of a longtime Harker teacher for misconduct involving a student, the Harker community is experiencing a complex jumble of emotions — denial, grief, frustration, shock, betrayal.   You may be feeling the jolt of that initial shock, or a blanketing sadness that dulls you...

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