Students attended the Clothesline Project on Denim Day on April 27, during Sexual Assault Awareness Month in support of victims and survivors of sexual and physical abuse. They wore denim and decorated T-shirts with supportive and personal messages. These were hung in Rocky Young Park.
Each color of the shirts represents a different form of sexual assault. White is in remembrance of those who died because of sexual violence, black represents those attacked for political reasons, purple and lavender stand for those attacked on the bases of sexual orientation.