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Sexual Assault Awareness Month

Programs

“It’s Time to Talk About Sexual Assault, ASAP”
Panel of experts style seminar hosted by Delta Tau Delta and Healthy Campus. Brought together 6 different players in the sexual assault response process to talk about their experiences with survivors and perpetrators.

“Best Sex Ever with Laci Green”
Seminar hosted by Delta Tau Delta and Omega Psi Phi Fraternity Inc. delivered by Laci Green who talked about all aspect of healthy sexual behavior.

Take Back the Night
This event is a rally for survivors of sexual assault and their allies to come together and “take back the night.” Students, faculty, staff, administrators, and the community are welcome to come to this event. Traditionally, it has started in the horseshoes and ended in the Greek Quad. Participants walk a designated route with stops along the way for poetry to be read, for survivors to tell their story, and for support to be shown.

Movie Screening (The Hunting Ground)
We have screened the Hunting Ground to raise awareness about sexual assault and to educate students. If you would like to screen this or another related movie, please reach out to us!

Tabling

Interpersonal Violence Map
A map of Clemson’s campus was printed with a spot that indicated off-campus in the corner. People walking by the table could take colored pins. Each color corresponded to a type of interpersonal violence and if a person had experienced it, they could pin what happened and where on the board.

Clothesline Project
People can come by the table and write on or decorate a t-shirt in relation to sexual assault or interpersonal violence. At the end of the week, all of the shirts are hung up on a clothesline. This is a big visual and raises awareness well.



If you’re interested in joining the It’s On Us Student Group, contact Emily Hulett, the Graduate Advisor, at ehulett@clemson.edu.