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All new students use "Think About It," a software program addressing the intersection of sexual aggression and substance abuse along with healthy relationship building during the fall orientation.
This annual march against sexual violence has been co-sponsored by Loyola University New Orleans and Tulane University since 1990. The purpose of the march is to heighten awareness of sexual violence in our community and to empower survivors.
Take Back the Night gathers over 600 campus and community members for a powerful evening of social action.
RADS (Rape Aggression Defense System) offers self-defense techniques to women.
This therapy group is offered annually in the University Counseling Center.
It is for women who have survived sexual trauma and recognize that this experience is continuing to affect their lives.
In conjunction, we offer a variety of programs and services for individuals in the wake of sexual violence.
The Advocacy Initiative trains volunteers on how to be a first responder (Click here for more information about the program or to locate an advocate).
The compelling display increases awareness of the impact of violence against women and also celebrates a woman’s strength and courage to overcome the past.
These interactive programs can be tailored to include discussion of myths/facts about sexual assault, information about the incident of date rape on college campuses, the role of alcohol/drugs in campus acquaintance rape, acquaintance rape drugs, and risk-reduction strategies.
the overall goal of these workshops is to encourage attitude and behavior change regarding sexual violence.
Available workshops include: At various times, campus offices and organizations co-sponsor programs that raise awareness about sexual violence issues.
The Alpha Chi Omega sorority often brings in speakers and promotes awareness of domestic violence through the Purple Ribbon campaign.
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Shirt-making sessions and/or a clothesline display are offered during Sexual Non-Violence Week in April.