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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

Library director Lauri Vaughan stacks rectangles of cotton into what she calls mask pancakes before sewing them into individual masks. With aid from student volunteers and fabric donors, her sewing project reached 5000 masks, which she announced on Mar. 3 on Schoology.

Mask on: Students and faculty contribute to upper school mask drive

by Arely Sun, Winged Post Lifestyle Editor March 23, 2021

Last spring, when the upper school left campus and switched to remote learning, library director Lauri Vaughan initiated a small-scale sewing project with some friends to make cloth masks to donate. “I...

Yemenis play music at a cultural club in Aden, Yemen. The conflict between the Houthis and the Saudi Arabian coalition has largely affected the civilian population of Yemen, with many facing famine, disease, poverty and a lack of access to education.

Yemenis face poverty, famine as ongoing civil war leaves 112,000 dead

by Isha Moorjani, Asst. News Editor December 21, 2020

Yemeni civilians continue to be affected by the conflict between the Saudi Arabian coalition and the Houthis, with an estimated 12,000 civilians dead and an additional 100,000 soldiers according to a report...

Meilin Yen (10) cuts some wrapping paper.

Book club wraps books for donation

by Irina Malyugina, Photo Editor May 23, 2019

Members of the Book Club wrapped donated books to send them to a hospital yesterday during lunch, at a volunteering event held in English teacher Beverly Manning's classroom. Students who attended...

A gray backpack, markers, and other miscellaneous school supplies sit in the corner of upper school math teacher Bradley Stolls classroom. The contents of each donated backpack usually vary depending on the items and quantity of items that are donated.

Student council hosts annual school supplies drive

by Gloria Zhu, Reporter March 26, 2019

In the corner of upper school math teacher Bradley Stoll’s classroom, there is a heather gray backpack, brand new, the tag still on. Inside, one can find markers, pencils, and a brand new Five Star™...

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