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Randolph to host Sexual Assault Awareness Week events

Sexual Assault Awareness Week logoRandolph College will hold several events as part of its participation in Sexual Assault Awareness Week from April 22-26.

The schedule is listed below. For more information about these events, please contact Kayce Croy, assistant director of residence life, at


Monday, April 22: Clothesline Project

5-7 p.m. in Darden One Conference Room (near the Campus Store)

The Clothesline Project is a visual display that helps give witness to and raise awareness of each form of sexual violence. The College invites survivors, friends, and allies to decorate a T-shirt to show their support for individuals who have experienced sexual violence. T-shirts will be on display in the Student Center throughout the week. Participants are welcome to keep their shirt once the display comes down.


Monday, April 22: Real Talk: Sexual Violence in the LGBTQ+ Community

8 p.m. in Room 300 of Smith Memorial Building

Sport and exercise professor Meghan Halbrook will give a presentation and lead a discussion.


Tuesday, April 23: Teal Tuesday

11 a.m.-1 p.m. in Caldwell Commons Lounge (near the Campus Store)

Wear teal to show your support for victims of sexual violence and for those working to end sexual violence in the community. Everyone is invited to stop by Hampson Commons to write a message of support, and teal ribbons will be available.


Wednesday, April 24: Denim Day

11 a.m.-1 p.m. in Caldwell Commons Lounge (near the Campus Store)

Wear denim to shed light on the misconceptions surrounding sexual assault and violence and to help empower all victims of sexual assault and violence. Learn the history of Denim Day and visit the photo booth in Caldwell Commons. Denim Day buttons will be available as well.


Thursday, April 25: I Ask for Consent Campaign

5-7 p.m. in Cheatham Dining Hall

Why does consent matter? How can you become an advocate? Join the “I Ask for Consent” Campaign in Cheatham Dining Hall.


Friday, April 26: Take Back the Night

8 p.m. in Michels Plaza (rain location: Nichols Theatre)

In partnership with YWCA-SARP (Sexual Assault Response Program), a candlelight vigil will take place to further raise awareness of sexual violence, community support services, and how to empower each other to take action against sexual assault and violence.

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