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Campus prepares for awareness week

Posted by Prof. Smith On February - 11 - 2013


Campbell University will host its first Sexual Assault Awareness Week Feb. 18-20. Students are asked to begin participation on Feb. 12 to help prepare for next week. More information to come regarding upcoming events. Information will also be displayed in the print issue of The Campbell Times on Feb. 18.




The Clothesline Project Information Tuesday, Feb. 12th – Friday, Feb. 22nd

Anyone in support of the cause is invited to decorate a t-shirt. It is an opportunity to express your thoughts and feelings regarding issues related to sexual assault and domestic violence. If you are interested in decorating a t-shirt of your own and you need some ideas to get started, examples of messages communicated at past events are listed below.

· Everyone deserves respect

· Everyone deserves to feel safe

· No means no

· I want my daughter to live in a safe world

· It’s not your fault

· Men against rape

· No more abuse!

· Love should never hurt


How do I submit a shirt for The Clothesline Project?

Create your shirt by using a t-shirt you currently own, or a donated t-shirt, and decorate it with materials provided at a decorating table on the dates listed below. We will have tables set up in the Rumley Center from 12 to 3 p.m. on the following dates: Feb. 12, 14, 18, and 19.


Completed t-shirts should be submitted to either the Information Desk/Oasis or to Mrs. Judy Tunstall in Student Services (beside Carter Gym).


** For additional information, please see The Clothesline Project brochure (available at the Information Desk/Oasis, Student Services, and Counseling Services).

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