Late last year, Murali Joshi ’12 and Michael Sikand ’17 Harker alums were named to Forbes’ 30 Under 30.
Business and entrepreneurship students visited the Half Moon Bay headquarters of Zipline, which manufactures and operates delivery drones for medical supplies as well as offering services for restaurants, food delivery and more.
Laura Lang-Ree, Harker performing arts chair, and Ann Luceña ’04 (Harker middle school ’00) appeared on Saturday at South Bay Musical Theatre’s 60th anniversary celebration, “Welcome to the Sixties.”
Tara Chandra ‘06’s company, Here We Flo, was one of three women-run companies featured.
Harker students were given a guest lecture by cardiologist Shalini Bhambani ’02, who gave insight into her profession with a series of case studies.
Sophomore Emma Milner’s story on Robert Rothbart MS 2000 received a Best of SNO award from Student News Online.
Bajaj’s award for his story in the Guardian made him the youngest awardee in FPA history.
On Saturday, three outstanding alumni were inducted into the Harker Athletic Hall of Fame, along with the entire roster of the 2007-08 girls varsity volleyball team, one of Harker athletics’ greatest success stories.