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Sexual Assault Awareness Month 2018

Go Teal for Sexual Assault Awareness Month Decorating Contest Hosted by the Office of Health Promotion

All Month | Judging will take place beginning on Monday April 16th 2018 | Winners Announced Friday April 27 2018

This contest is open to all Syracuse University Offices and Departments. Offices are asked to decorate their spaces teal to help raise awareness for dating violence. Additionally, residence halls are encouraged to have their residents decorate their doors in the dorms and run their own building or floor contests. Offices are asked to register by Sunday April 15th, registration can be found on the Office of Health Promotion website.

Campus Wide

 

It’s On Us Chipotle Fundraiser Hosted by It’s On Us SU Campus Ambassadors

Monday April 2, 2018 | 4:00pm to 8:00pm 

Join the SU It’s On Us Campus Ambassadors for a fundraiser to support the national It's On Us campaign! Purchase food from the Chipotle at 129 Marshall Street in Syracuse on Monday, April 2nd between 4:00pm and 8:00pm. Bring in the flyer located on the It’s On Us SU Facebook page, show it on your smartphone, or tell the cashier you’re supporting the cause to make sure that 50% of the proceeds will be donated to It's On Us.

Chipotle (129 Marshall Street Syracuse NY)

 

Teal Tuesday Hosted by It’s On Us SU Campus Ambassadors

Tuesday April 3, 2018 | All Day 

The SU community is encouraged to wear teal to show their support for survivors of sexual assault. Pick up a teal ribbon from Schine Atrium on Monday April 2nd 2018 from the It’s On Us SU campus ambassadors to show your support!

Campus Wide

 

Survivor Love Letter Writing Hosted by It’s On Us SU Campus Ambassadors and Vera House Inc.

Tuesday April 3, 2018 | 3:00pm to 6:00pm 

Join It’s On Us and Vera House Inc. to write letters to show support and encouragement for survivors. Write as few or as many as you choose!

Maxwell 110

 

From #MeToo to #NowWhat: Sexual Harassment in the Workplace Panel Hosted by Women In Communication and Newhouse Career Development Center

Wednesday April 4, 2018 | 6:00pm

Join communications industry veterans, talent development executives, and counseling professionals for a panel discussion of what constitutes sexual harassment and what to do if you encounter or witness sexual harassment in the workplace.

Joyce Hergenhan Auditorium (140 Newhouse 3)

 

Trans Liberation Now! Hosted by the International Socialist Organization

Wednesday April 4, 2018 | 7:00pm

Join the International Socialist organization for a talk and discussion on gender and trans oppression under capitalism. What is the way forward for eliminating sexual assault and gendered violence?

Eggers Hall 010

 

Cookies and Consent Hosted by It’s On Us SU Campus Ambassadors

Every Thursday in April | 6:00pm to 7:00pm

Join It’s On Us student team as they continue the Cookies and Consent dialogue series. The discussion groups will have different topics each week that address sexual violence and rape culture. Free cookies will be provided (with gluten-free options available). For more information about the topics covered please visit the It’s On Us SU facebook page.

Tolley 204

 

Imagine a World Without Sexual Violence Vision Board Hosted by Student Centers & Programming Services and the Office of Health Promotion

Monday April 9 to Monday April 16, 2018 | All Day 

Imagine a world without sexual violence- what would be different? Come and share your thoughts throughout the week to this visual display that will be located at the entrance of Schine Student Center. At the closing of the week join the organizers for a reading of the board. The Vision Wall is a part of a national movement, be part of the conversation on social media by using the hashtags, #letstalk and #WeAreHereSU.

Schine Student Center

 

Phallacies Hosted by Theta Chi and the Office of Health Promotion

Monday April 9, 2018 | 7:30pm (Doors Open at 7:00pm)

Join the Office of Health Promotion and Theta Chi fraternity for an entertaining and enlightening comedic performance by the Phallacies performance group! With humor and wit we’ll explore masculinity, relationships, and more! Phallacies is an organization working to support masculinities that are healthy for individuals, families, and communities. 

Schine Underground

 

Miss Representation Film Screening Hosted by It’s On Us SU Campus Ambassadors and SASSE (Students Advocating for Sexual Safety & Empowerment)

Wednesday April 11, 2018 | 7:00pm

Join It's On Us Campus Ambassadors and SASSE for a screening of Miss Representation. Miss Representation is a documentary that explores how the mainstream media's often disparaging portrayals of women contribute to the under-representation of females in positions of leadership. Then join both groups for continued discussion at Cookies and Consent.

Life Sciences Building 001

 

Be Orange Training (Student Session) Hosted by Office of Health Promotion

Friday April 13 | noon to 2:00pm

Join the Office of Health Promotion for an interactive 2 hour workshop that engages participants in dialogue about the complexities of sexual violence prevention. Participants will explore what it means to be an empowered bystander.  Participants will have the opportunity to apply the concept of empowered bystander to their everyday lives. This workshop was adapted from © 2013 University of New Hampshire Bringing in the Bystander. All participants will receive a certificate of completion for attending the training. Registration is required for this event as space is limited, please register here: https://goo.gl/forms/eCCI8O8d0lgzo56w1 

Hall of Languages 107

 

Jarring III Book Collection Display Hosted by SU Libraries and Office of Health Promotions

Friday April 13 to Monday April 30, 2018 | All Day 

JARRING III, is a set of award-winning artists’ books that share survivor narratives through a combination of letterpress fine printing, visual art and paper sculpture. The books were assembled by Mirabelle Jones, founder of Art Against Assault, a grassroots arts organization raising awareness about sexual assault through the production of survivor-led art projects.

BIRD Library, 2nd floor underneath the staircase

 

Intersection of Alcohol and Sexual Violence Visual Display Hosted by the Chancellor’s Task Force on Sexual & Relationship Violence, Student Association, It’s On Us SU Campus Ambassadors, ROTC Program

Monday April 16 2018 | All Day

Come read through statistics and facts about sexual violence while looking at a powerful display to symbolize the correlation of alcohol and sexual violence. Most sexual violence on college campuses involves alcohol; alcohol is a tool that perpetrators use to incapacitate others. No assault is ever the fault of the survivor/victim; the perpetrator alone is responsible for their actions.

The Quad

 

“Food for Thought” Sexual Assault Campus Resource Fair & Panel Discussion Hosted by Equal Opportunities, Inclusion and Resolution Services (EOIRS)

Tuesday April 17 | Noon to 1:00pm

Come meet the individuals from campus departments fighting to end sexual assault on campus and discover the many different options for support available to students, faculty & staff at SU. Light lunch will be provided and resources will also be tabling in the Schine atrium from 10am to 2pm.

Schine 228B and Schine Atrium



Trivia and Tenders with the PEEHRS Hosted by the OHP Peer Educators Encouraging Healthy Relationships & Sexuality (PEEHRS)

Wednesday April 18 | 6:00pm to 8:00pm 

Join the Peer Educators Encouraging Healthy Relationships & Sexuality for 3 rounds of group trivia. Test your knowledge of interpersonal violence while enjoying Tully tenders.

Sims Hall 331

 

Trauma Informed Yoga Hosted by It’s On Us SU Campus Ambassadors and Falk College

Monday April 23 2018 | 7:00pm

Join Dr. Dessa Bergen-Cico, of Falk College, and de-stress during a session of trauma-informed yoga. All are welcome! Please bring your own yoga mat.

335 White Hall

 

 

SU Shines a Light on Sexual Violence
April
The Hall of Languages will be lit in teal throughout the month to raise awareness and support survivors that have been impacted by sexual violence, or other forms of interpersonal violence

 

 

Sexual Assault Awareness Month 2017



Events: 

It’s On Us Week of Action

April 2nd- April 8th



Tie Dye for Sexual Empowerment

Tuesday, April 11 | 11:00AM to 2:00PM Hosted by the Cultural Centers and Office of Health Promotions

Einhorn Family Walk



Ask EOIRS about Sexual and Relationship Violence

Thursday April 13 | 12:30 to 1:30 Hosted by Equal Opportunity, Inclusion and Resolution Services

Schine 228B

 

Trauma Resiliency Workshop with Sarah Wolf-Stanton

Thursday April 13 | 6:00 to 7:30PM Hosted by the Contemplative Collaborative, Health Monday Syracuse, Office of Health Promotion, and the Syracuse University Wellness Initiative

HOL 105

 

Culture of Consent, Hooked on Hook-up Apps Edition

Thursday April 13 | 8PM to 9PM Hosted by the Office of Health Promotion

340 NewHouse2

 

Culture of Consent, Mixed Music Messaging Edition

Thursday April 20 | 8PM to 9PM Hosted by the Office of Health Promotion

340 NewHouse2

 

Survivor Love Letters

Thursday April 20| 5:30PM to 7:30PM Hosted by the Office of Health Promotion

Hall of Languages 500

 

Trauma Resiliency Workshop with Sarah Wolf-Stanton

Friday April 21 | 3:00 to 4:30PM Hosted by the Contemplative Collaborative, Health Monday Syracuse, Office of Health Promotion, and the Syracuse University Wellness Initiative

Sims 123



It’s On Us SU Visual Display

Monday April 24 to Thursday April 27 Hosted by the Office of Health Promotion

The Quad



Keynote Speaker, Mirabelle Jones of Art Against Assault

Monday April 24| 7:30PM to 9:30PM Hosted by the Office of Health Promotion

Gifford Auditorium



Trauma Resiliency Workshop with Sarah Wolf-Stanton

Tuesday April 25 | 7:00 to 8:30PM Hosted by the Contemplative Collaborative, Health Monday Syracuse, Office of Health Promotion, and the Syracuse University Wellness Initiative

HL 105



Culture of Consent, Gender Expectations Edition

Thursday April 27 | 8PM to 9PM Hosted by the Office of Health Promotion

340 NewHouse2