Sexual assault survey reveals student concerns MSU Denver surveyed 974 of the university’s students to understand how sexual violence may impact a student’s experience and the well-being of the MSU Denver community. The results of the 49-question MSU Denver spring 2015 student survey on sexual violence were presented to a small group at St. Cajetan’s […]
[media-credit id=68 align=”alignnone” width=”600″][/media-credit] Every April, rainbow strands of T-shirts designed for the Auraria Clothesline Project for Sexual Assault Awareness Month reach a little further. The Phoenix Center at Auraria, along with other UCD campus sponsors has organized a local extension of the national Clothesline Project, which began in Cape Cod, Mass. 22 years ago. […]
According to the Center of Disease Control and Prevention, 20-25 percent of women in college reported attempted or completed rape (2008). However, according to AAUW (formally known as the American Association of University Women), 95 percent of victims in college do not report their abuse.
A single clothesline hangs from the Tivoli ceiling, just above a stairway, with T-shirts — a rainbow of colors — hanging vibrantly. Though it appears to be just a line of shirts, it’s actually a piece of art with paintings and writing, assembled to speak out against sexual violence.