The Clothesline Project was held at Lowry Mall on Oct. 3, continuing the tradition of decorating shirts to share personal stories dealing with sexual assault and violence.
The event includes a march across campus and time for victims of sexual violence to share their stories
Improving upon its 2015 score, MU received its second gold rating from the Sustainability Tracking, Assessment & Rating System.
Communications Manager Karlan Seville of MU Operations: “[The merge] just clearly defines the Sustainability Office’s role. I think overall, it just points everybody in the right direction.”
Vagina Monologues participant Clarissa Hughes: “If you see me now, I’m a superwoman, but back then I was very naive to what it meant to be a feminist.”
In addition to their previous event Rock Against Rape, the RSVP Center will host more events, such as Take Back the Night and the Vagina Monologues.
RSVP has been raising awareness through posts on their Facebook and Twitter accounts.