Monday, October 11, 2010

Support a Cause

Week Without Violence
October 11-15

Unite against violence this week during WSU's annual Week Without Violence. The events are all free to participate in and help raise awareness for a great cause.

Clothesline Project
Paint Your Own T-shirt
Wilson Hall Rm 1A
You can paint your own T-shirt in privacy, then have it hung on the Clothesline. Over 700 shirts are featured.

Guest speaker Teri Jendusa-Nicolai
6:00 PM
CUB Auditorium
"Teri Jendusa Nicolai has survived the unthinkable. Six years ago, Teri Jendusa-Nicolai's ex-husband attacked her with a baseball bat, and left her for dead in an Illinois storage locker. Miraculously, 26 hours later she was found barely alive, and is here today to speak out and about Domestic Violence awareness."

WSU Police Face-to-Face Forum
4pm - 5pm
CUB Lounge

Take Back the Night Rally and March
6 p.m.
Glenn Terrell Mall
It begins on the Glenn Terrell Mall and winds around campus, ending near the Beasley Performing Arts Coliseum. A short light vigil will follow the march to reflect on the effects of violence on the lives of victims, survivors, family, friends and the larger community. See our other blog post for more information.

Brown Bag: Lets Talk About ...
"But they don't hit me."
12 pm (Noon)
Wilson Room 1
Bring a lunch, they will provide food for thought

Building Bridges: Multicultural Showcase
6 p.m.
Beasley Coliseum

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