Clothesline Project advocates for violence survivors

As part of the Clothesline Project, students hung up shirts early morning Oct. 24. to advocate for survivors of sexual violence. Throughout the day, the shirts were displayed around campus.

Maddie Sueltz, a sophomore environmental science and policy major, designed a shirt that read “keep on keepin’ on,” a phrase her father says to her when she’s going through tough times.

There are six boxes of T-shirts collected over the years every semester for the project. Each T-shirt color represents a different experience that its designer has had with sexual violence.