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“For each 30 seconds of a documentary, I need to put in an hour of work … if I'm trying to get a message out, I could just say it. But I think putting so much effort into such a short piece of work, it's a reflection. People are more likely to look at it because they know you've put thought into it. And you're also able to be more thoughtful because it forces you to think about every single visual effect in every single word,” Jason Lin (12) said.

Humans of Harker: A picture is worth a thousand words

by Saloni Shah, Humans of Harker Editor-in-Chief May 31, 2021

You may know him through his resounding proclamations in Latin. Possibly through his videography—ranging from Zuca backpack explosions to interviewing presidential candidate Andrew Yang. Or maybe his...

Bill James, chair of the Santa Clara County Democrat Party, answers a question in a Q&A held after his talk about data privacy. James cautioned students to be mindful of their actions on the web, warning that their digital footprint is tracked by companies.

Ethics in Tech Forum hosts virtual Ethics in Tech Conference

by Mark Hu, STEM Editor October 24, 2020

The upper school Ethics in Technology club held their first virtual Ethics in Tech Conference (ETCON) on Oct. 23, hosting two speakers who discussed security and data privacy. The conference began right...

Upper school students elect ASB for 2020-2021 school year

by Irene Yuan, Asst. Photo Editor April 17, 2020

Upper school students elected five juniors to the 2020-2021 Associated Student Body (ASB) council on Tuesday.  Current junior class president Jason Lin (11) won the position of ASB President against...

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