This semester, Crime Victims Assistance Center (CVAC) is hosting a Common Hour series on relationships, dating and sex that kicks off at 11 a.m. Sept. 12 in Decker Health Sciences Room 201 with “BOO’d UP: starting a relationship.” Students will have the opportunity to converse and share their thoughts and opinions on how relationships start and what they do and don’t expect from them.
Future sessions include Consent on Oct. 3, Thank U, Next: Ending a Relationship on Nov. 21 and Swipe Right: Tech and Relationships on Dec. 12.
CVAC will be giving away a gift-card at each event and a grand prize will also be raffled off at the last Common Hour; the more you attend, the better chance you have to win!
This series is made possible by CVAC’s Enough is Enough program, which provides confidential support and advocacy to students who have been impacted by crime or victimized in some way. If you need support or have questions about the series or how to get involved please reach out to the Enough is Enough coordinator, Haley Murphy at firstname.lastname@example.org