The Sexual Assault Resource Network (SARN) presented the annual “Clothesline Project” as part of its programming for Sexual Assault Awareness Month. The display features t-shirts made by or in honor of survivors of sexual violence.

“The aim of the display is to remind us that everyone is affected by harm done to others, especially when that harm is in the form of sexual assault on our campus,” SARN co-chair Nina Hendel ’19 said. “We hope that the project achieves this in a meaningful and impactful way without stirring up any bad/harmful memories for individuals.”