Take Back the Night is a campuswide event
that aims to heighten awareness of violence as well as support survivors.
One in four women and one in six men will be victims of
sexual violence before the age of 18 (Source:
Take Back the Night march will be on Wednesday, April 16, starting in
Putt-Delaney Courtyard at 8:00 p.m., followed by a Speak Out in the HUB Ohio Room.
On Monday, April 7, we will have a Volunteer
Meeting where different opportunities will be discussed in detail, with
availability to sign up for different tasks to assist with the event.
The Volunteer Meeting will take place in the HUB Ohio Room, directly after the
Six O’Clock Series. If you’re at the Series, stay after to learn more about how you
can help out with Take Back the Night. If you’re not at the Series that night,
come to the Hub Ohio Room by 7:30 p.m.
Questions? Contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
event is sponsored by the Haven Project, a part of the Center for Health and
Well-Being. The Haven Project aims to increase and improve counseling and
advocacy services for students who experience violence. The Haven Project also
offers prevention education about stalking, dating/relationship violence, and
Learn more about the the Haven Project.