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Rep. Anna Eshoo of California's 18th district speaks to Harker faculty and students for Civic Tech Club's speaker event. Civic Tech Club president Deeya Viradia (10) asked Eshoo questions, and attendees put their own questions into the chat about cyberbullying and the role of technology in everyday lives.

Representative Anna Eshoo emphasizes student innovation during Civic Tech Club speaker event

by Isha Moorjani and Lucy Ge November 3, 2020

Representative Anna Eshoo (D) of California’s 18th district emphasized the importance of innovation and delivered a message of hope to over 40 Harker faculty and students during Tuesday’s Civic Tech...

Students in Dr. Adler's Multivariable calculus class use Mathematica, a tool capable of visualizing, analyzing and manipulating complex graphs among other functionalities, to graph three-dimensional curves. Students also use the software for long-form projects to better understand more difficult topics.

STEM classes embrace technology to adapt to online learning

by Nicholas Wei, Humans of Harker Staff Writer October 19, 2020

As the upper school continues in remote fashion for the first semester of the 2020-2021 school year, teachers of STEM classes have adopted new teaching methodologies while adapting old ones in order to...

Pink-colored snow melts on a mountain at Yosemite National Park. Pink color is formed by a snow algae called chlamydomonas nivalis, which uses a pigment to protect itself from harsh UV rays found at high altitudes.

Mother Nature’s snow cone

by Erica Cai and Catherine Feng August 30, 2019

Despite the brutal heat of summer, snow exists during this season at elevations above 9,500 feet in Yosemite National Park, but its appearance may not be what people expect: instead of the powdery white...

Middle schooler Ben Lee explains his project to Alice Feng (9). He explored the properties of prisms.

Harker students organize Opportunity X science fair to showcase middle schoolers’ projects

by Arely Sun, Reporter June 4, 2019

Students of Opportunity X, a student-founded program that teaches students at underprivileged schools about science research, gathered in the Dr. Roberto Cruz Alum Rock Branch Library community center...

Harker's 2019 Regeneron Science Talent Search finalists, all seniors, pose for a picture. From left to right: Ayush Alag, Natasha Maniar and Ruhi Sayana.

Three students named Regeneron finalists

by Arushi Saxena, Global Editor January 24, 2019

Of the 7 students named Regeneron scholars (a complete list can be found here: https://harkeraquila.com/45582/showcase/seniors-named-regeneron-scholars/), 3 of the students, seniors Ayush Alag, Natasha...

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