MTSU staffers are being encouraged to wear denim to raise awareness of the myths surrounding sexual assault. As part of an international campaign, MTSU’s June..
Clotheslines, color and, above all, compassion will be the hallmarks of MTSU’s 2021 observance of Sexual Assault Awareness Month in April. Throughout the month, MTSU’s..
Author and social justice advocate Tony Porter never minces words when discussing issues surrounding gender-based and domestic violence and how to combat it. The co-founder and co-director..
MTSU is continuing its observance of Sexual Assault Awareness Month by welcoming internationally recognized author and social justice advocate Tony Porter back to campus Monday,..
The “What Were You Wearing?” clothing installation returns to campus this year at various locations across MTSU’s campus starting Monday through Friday, April 1-5, as..
Two sexual assault survivors will tell their stories at MTSU Wednesday, April 18, in observance of Sexual Assault Awareness Month. “Written on the Body: A..
Messages of hope, healing and awareness will be on display as MTSU presents The Clothesline Project Monday, April 9, through Thursday, April 12, in observance..
Although MTSU senior Katherine Witcher hasn’t experienced sexual assault, the issue has hit close to home a few times. “People who are really close to..
A “What Were You Wearing?” museum-style exhibit will be displayed in various locations across MTSU’s campus April 2-6, kicking off Sexual Assault Awareness Month at..
MTSU will host a conversation designed to redefine some of the most prevalent assumptions surrounding sexual assault during a special panel discussion Thursday, April 13, in the..
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