By Caitlyn Morral
[Photos courtesy of Bryce Spadafora]
For some students at St. Bonaventure University, April is more than just the stressful month before the impending doom of finals. It’s about raising sexual assault awareness, one teal ribbon at a time.
April has been named Sexual Assault Awareness Month (SAAM). The newly revived club at Bonaventure, “SBU 4 Equality,” is capitalizing on SAAM through its “Awareness, Education, Solidarity” campaign, an initiative to promote sexual assault awareness in the campus community. On Wednesday, April 26, the club hosted a rally to commemorate those who have been affected by sexual violence.