Working with a sensitive, and sometimes taboo, topic on a school campus is difficult. This difficulty is heightened with there is a completely new administrative team. In general, our goals are to spread awareness on pressing issues such as sexual harassment and violence within our community. As we conducted our project, the more surprising thing was the fact that our results for our sexual harassment survey weren’t so surprising. Most students expected that kind of result. This indicates that not only are students aware of these acts of harassment, but it also seems to be deemed unfixable or unimportant because no one is actively trying to stop it. In our other activities such as the “Red Flag” and “Anonymous Story,” some stories were jokingly written or students wrote something unrelated to the purpose. It was astounding to find that although it is obvious there is a problem of sexual harassment within our school, it is not taken seriously. If given another chance, GBLA would try to get more students and staff to take the survey. Also, we would make our assembly available to more teachers and students, which was our initial plan but were limited by unforeseen circumstances that made our auditorium unavailable. We would also discuss more with students participating in our activities about the seriousness of sexual harassment and violence. Equally important, we realized, a bit late, the importance of talking to the Parent Center, where parent volunteers meet. It's important to have parent support of the projects we implement school wide, and without their support our project could flounder. This was a difficult lesson to learn.