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7 Seniors Commit to College Athletics During Signing Day

The seniors, sitting at a long table with name tags featuring their name, sport and college, sign their letters of commitment to play in college. Signing day was held in the athletics center during long lunch at 12:45 on Thursday, April 18.

by Vishnu Kannan, Reporter

April 21, 2019

Members of the Harker community gathered in the Athletics center on Thursday at 12:45 during a long lunch to support the seven seniors from the Class of 2019 who have committed to play college sports. The seniors included Jarrett Anderson, who committed to play volleyball at Springfield College; Joshua ...

Humans of Harker: Between the lines

“That's the good thing about basketball; it's very much like life. You make a shot, and you feel good; and you miss a shot, and you feel bad. It's a really sporadic but also you can depend on it happening. You know the oscillation between a climax and a low point is going to happen and it's always like that. Whenever you feel proud, you always know you will feel down in the future, and you just have to ride that wave,

by Helen Zhu, TALON Reporter

March 13, 2019

Walking around campus, to and from the athletic center, Richard Wang (12) embodies the chill vibe with his carefree mindset. However, as he steps onto the basketball court, his demeanor shifts to one of seriousness and determination. He springs into action, every move made with precision and meaning. Having...

Seniors named Regeneron scholars

Harker's 2019 Regeneron Science Talent Search scholars pose for a picture. From left to right: Cameron Jones, Natasha Maniar, Richard Wang, Ruhi Sayana, Katherine Tian, Cindy Wang and Ayush Alag, all seniors. Natasha, Ruhi, and Ayush were finalists as well.

by Ryan Guan, Executive News Editor

January 11, 2019

Seven seniors — Ayush Alag, Cameron Jones, Natasha Maniar, Ruhi Sayana, Katherine Tian, Cindy Wang and Richard Wang — were named Regeneron Science Talent Search scholars on Wednesday. The science research competition selected 300 high school seniors in total from 1,964 entrants, awarding $2,000...

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