The following events are national and campus events that happen annually at Syracuse University:
Clothesline Project: This visual display (now available all year virtually) is a collection of shirts that were created by individuals who are impacted by interpersonal violence. Visit the virtual collection here. This display traditionally takes place in person during October.
National Dating Violence Awareness Month (October): Join the Syracuse University community in learning more and raising awareness for dating and relationship violence. We hope that you will use #SUGoesPurple on your social media posts. If you would like to learn more about relationships consider attending Relationships & Situationships or other programming offered by the Wellness Leadership Institute.
National Sexual Assault Awareness Month (April): Join the Syracuse University community in learning more and raising awareness for sexual violence. We hope that you will use #SUGoesTeal on your social media posts. If you would like to learn more about consent or rape culture consider attending Sex Is Like Pizza, Rape Culture 101 or other programming offered by the Wellness Leadership Institute.
Take Back The Night: Take Back the Night (TBTN) is an annual rally, march and speak-out event. Campus members and the surrounding community unite to raise awareness of sexual and relationship violence. The rally features several speakers and performances and is followed by a march through campus and its surrounding areas, followed by a speak out for individuals that would like to stay for this portion of the event. Take Back The Night occurs annually on the last Wednesday in March. We hope that you will join us and use the #IWillTBTN on your social media posts.