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(Sexual Assault and Violence Education Week)
Walk a Mile for Yeardley: Postponed until April 19th as part of the Regis 5K
Join the Pride lacrosse teams as they work to walk and run one million yards in honor of the One Love Foundation. The foundation raises awareness and runs educational programs to end relationship abuse among young people.
On April 19, all members of the Regis community are invited to walk one mile, or 1,760 yards, to contribute to these efforts.
For more information on the Yards for Yeardley program, visit https://www.joinonelove.org/
Saturday, April 7
One Million Yards for Yeardley, 1:45 p.m., Regis Track
Join us as we come together, as a community, to walk a final lap and hit the one million yards in memory of Yeardley Love and all those who have been victims of relationship abuse.
Hosted by Regis Athletics
In support of these events, Regis Lacrosse will be selling long-sleeve athletic shirts for $25. Click here for more info or email Jared Arntzen, Assistant Men’s Lacrosse Coach
Monday, April 9
Sex Signals, 7:30 p.m., Casey Theatre
A unique combination of improvisational comedy, education and audience participation. This show provides a provocative, in-your-face look at issues surrounding dating, sex and date rape on college campuses. Explores how mixed messages, gender role stereotypes and unrealistic fantasies contribute to misunderstandings between the sexes. Students are challenged to provide solutions that will better improve communications in interpersonal relationships.
Admission: $10 general public; $5 Regis College faculty, staff and alumni; Invited students (with code); Regis College students and LLARC free with ID. For tickets and more info call 781-768-7070
For more information and tickets, please visit us online or call the box office at 781-768-7032
Tuesday, April 10
Art for the Heart, 12:30 p.m.-2:00 p.m., Lower Student Center
Stop by the USC to use art as a means to express your hopes for survivors of sexual assault and ending sexual violence everywhere. Space for meditation and a drum circle will also be offered.
Hosted by the Learning Commons
Wednesday, April 11
SAVE Week Breakfast for Faculty/Staff, 9:00 a.m.-11 a.m., College Hall Foyer
All faculty and staff are invited to learn more about Regis’ sexual violence prevention efforts. “Items created by Students, Faculty and Staff during the Art Therapy session (Tuesday) will be on display. Donations may be made to the One Love Foundation.
Hosted by the Bystander Committee and Human Resources
Thursday, April 12
Thoughtful Thursday, 12:20 p.m. Peace Pole
Join us for a few moments of prayer and hope for those who have been survivors of sexual and domestic violence.
Hosted by Center for Ministry and Service
Take Back the Night, 6:00 p.m., Quad
This march around campus will include stories from survivors of sexual assault as well as prayers of hope and reconciliation. All members are invited to join in as we stand together against sexual violence and relationship abuse in all forms.
SAVE Week Office Decoration Contest
The Regis Bystander Committee invites you to decorate your office in support of SAVE Week. Decorate your office by April 12th –– the office with the best decor will win lunch for 4! Winners will be determined on Thursday, April 12th by 4 p.m. Please contact Angela Santa Fe or Dianna Jones for more information.
For those of you too busy to enter the contest but would like to participate, we will have large purple ribbons, for your office doors, available in Health Services. They will also be available at the breakfast for faculty and staff on Wednesday, April 11th 9:00 am – 11:00 am in the College Hall Foyer.
The Division of Student Affairs and Enrollment
Upper Student Center 213
Regis Title IX Coordinator
College Hall 201
Regis Title IX Deputy Coordinator
Lower Student Center 125