Harmony Day - 22 March 2017

On Wednesday 22 March 2017, staff and students in the School came together to celebrate Harmony Day.

The message of Harmony Day is "Everyone Belongs" and the aim is to celebrate cultural and religious diversity and foster a sense of belonging for everyone.  In a curious twist, our School colour Orange is also the colour for Harmony Day as it signifies social communication and meaningful conversations.

We had a great turnout of staff, postgrad and undergrad students who enjoyed the multicultural feast, some of which was catered and some of which was made by people in the School who proudly showed off their own traditional cooking.  The feast was followed by an international trivia competition, which was won by a group of our very smart postgrads, and a fiendishly difficult flag competition, set by Dr Owen Standard and won convincingly by postgrad student, Dorian Hanaor.