Late last month, Harker DEI director Brian Davis attended the International Peace Research Association Conference in Trinidad and Tobago.
ABC’s Good Morning America aired a segment on parents learning how to support their LGBTQ+ children.
Head over to Harker Aquila for the full coverage of the fifth annual SDLG.
Author Kyle Lukoff spoke to middle school students on a special Zoom appearance, talking about his 2021 novel, “Too Bright to See.”
Last week, a special middle school assembly featured author and historian Jan Batiste Adkins, who shared the history of African Americans in the Bay Area and Santa Clara County area.
The middle school marked the start of National Hispanic Heritage Month by inviting East Palo Alto City Councilmember Antonio López to speak at a special morning assembly.
Last week, junior Aneesha Asthana was on a panel of speakers as part of a parallel event to the United Nations’ 66th Commission on the Status of Women (CSW).
Two manuscripts co-authored by Simar Bajaj ‘20 were published in medical journals “Nature Medicine” and “The Lancet.”
On Oct. 15, lower and middle school students viewed special presentations about the importance of acknowledging Indigenous land and the history of the Muwekma Ohlone Tribe, the direct ancestors of the Thámien Ohlone-speaking people, the original stewards of the land on which Harker’s campuses now rest.