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Your Story. Your Voice. Your Paper.

The Harbinger

Your Story. Your Voice. Your Paper.

The Harbinger

Many students describe the feeling of being stuck as feeling chained while watching others run freely.  Illustration by Heather Gurgul
How to start feeling "unstuck"
Heather Gurgul , Illustrator and Creative Writer • December 27, 2021

Harper's Hawks Care Resource Center and Counseling Services experience a surge of appointments entering the winter season, according to the head of counseling service, David Antonides. Antonides upholds that many students come in with the concern of "being stuck" in a rut and...

A Progress Pride flag is displayed. (photo courtesy of Creative Commons. Creator: Christine Schmitt).
The Arlington Heights flag policy is discriminatory and you should care
Adriana Briscoe, Staff Writer • December 30, 2021

When I walked through Harper’s halls for one of the first times during my senior year of high school after attending a Harper Promise information session, I noticed a Pride flag displayed on a door. I didn’t point it out to anyone, as I was closeted at the time and afraid of hinting...

Harbinger staff writer Jonah Parra made Creative Self-Portrait in their ceramics class.
Creative Selfie Portrait
Jonah Parra, Staff Writer • November 29, 2021

Stop with the horny teenage stereotypes: what narrative are we painting for our younger generation?
Stop with the horny teenage stereotypes: what narrative are we painting for our younger generation?
Ciera Murray, Contributor • November 30, 2021

Late-night secret hookups with married men, toxic relationships, and of course a sex tape never hurt...

Staff writers Kevin Foss and Jonah Parra play Risk Godstorm at Toggle. (photo by Foss)
Durty Nellies offers Toggle Gaming nights
Kevin Foss, Staff Writer • November 5, 2021

Do you love to play board games? If so, Toggle Gaming might be for you.    Toggle Gaming...

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Harpers new Chief of Police, John Lawson, was sworn in January. Photo courtesy of Harper College.
New Harper Police Chief promises “integrity and accountability”
Konrad Strzalka , Staff Writer

On his second day on the job, Harper’s new Chief of Police, John Lawson, signed the Ten Shared Principles, an agreement between the Illinois Association...

Many recognize Lane Crims colorful converse as walks around campus, paving a new path for trans students on campus. Photo By Grace Garlick
Transgender student activist Lane Crim uses his story to silence stigma on campus
Grace Garlick, Special Contributor

Many have witnessed 19-year-old Lane Crim striding through the Harper quad amidst the noon rush in loud rainbow Converse. But few may know the story behind...

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