The Clothesline Project is a campus-wide display of t-shirts representing survivors and supporters of sexual violence. Students are able to create new t-shirts each year, which are saved to become part of future displays. The displays provide a visual representation of the incidence rates of sexual violence.
Health Hut: Healthy Relationships
The Health Hut provides information about healthy and unhealthy relationships.
Next Steps Booth
The Next Steps Booth allows students to make a plan of action for working to reduce sexual violence.
The Restorative Retreat allows students to learn about self-care and the importance of wellness, particularly when being activists for social causes.
Survivor Love Letters
Survivor Love Letters is an opportunity for students to provide support and encouragement to survivors of sexual violence by writing short letters that are displayed throughout the week.
Take Back the Night
Take Back the Night is a march through campus to raise awareness about sexual violence. It ends with an open microphone opportunity for students to share their experiences. It is open to the campus and off-campus community. It is an opportunity to foster empowerment and civic responsibility.