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Briefs: April 18

Melissa Reise, Staff Reporter

Book buy-back starting soon

The Campus Shop will start buying back books starting at 9 a.m. on Monday, April 18. Bring a photo ID if selling in person.

For any EWO students who cannot sell in person, send an email to the bookstore at [email protected], listing the books you wish to sell. Include the author, title and ISBN number so they can give you an estimate on what you’ll get back. They will also provide a free FedEx return label.

Rental check-in day is May 6, and they ask that you return your rentals by this date in order to avoid late fees.

 
Sexual Assault Awareness Week

Along with the Teal-Out the Tolerance walk held on Sunday, April 17, other events to promote sexual assault awareness are happening around campus this week. These events include:

 

Tuesday, April 19—The Clothesline Project

Safe Harbor will be in Bossard from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. They will have T-shirts to decorate, which will be displayed on a clothesline for the remainder of the week.

 

Wednesday, April 20—Take Back The Night Walk

Starting at 7:45 p.m. outside the 1862 Lounge, Campus Counselor Alex Liosatos will be reading statistics. The Rev. Lex Cade-White will then lead a blessing before participants will walk through campus. The walk will lead to the Ley Chapel, where there will be an optional service. Posters and candles will be provided, or participants can bring their own.

 

Thursday, April 21—“Say Something, Do Something: Bystander Intervention”

From 7 to 8 p.m. in the Internet Lounge outside the 1862 Lounge, participants will witness scenarios enacted and will discuss prevention of sexual assault. Prizes and treats will be available for participants.

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