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A group of people, appearing mostly female, hold lit candles and walk in a loose line on a brick pathway under columned porches. The photos lighting is dim and indicates twilight.

The other side of sexual misconduct programming

Jenny Hellwig, News Editor March 28, 2023

Content Warning: This coverage includes references to rape, sexual assault and violence. Candles illuminated the colonnade as sexual assault survivors and supporters gathered last Thursday during Take...

SPEAK members read stories submitted by student survivors. Photo by Anneliese Schneider, ’23

SPEAK event provides forum for W&L students to share their stories

Anneliese Schneider, Staff Writer December 14, 2022

Washington and Lee’s Sexual Misconduct Education and Prevention Club (SPEAK) hosted its annual Stand Up, Speak Out event on Nov. 30. The event provided a forum for survivors of sexual assault at Washington...

Organizer Mansi Tripathi, ’22, gave opening remarks about the prevalence of sexual assault at Washington and Lee in front of a banner signed by students to show support for survivors. Photo by Shauna Muckle, ’24.

SPEAK hosts sexual assault awareness event

Shauna Muckle February 1, 2022

Experiences of sexual assault at Washington and Lee took center stage at an event hosted by the university’s Sexual Misconduct Education and Prevention Club on Jan. 20. The event, titled “Stand...

The virtual panel was held by SPEAK on Aug. 25.

New Title IX policy narrows definition for sexual assualt and misconduct

Grace Mamon September 10, 2020
The university’s interim policy will address misconduct that Title IX will not
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