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How To Support a Survivor (HTSS) | Monday, April 17, 2017

6:30-8pm | Rouss Hall 120 (Commerce School) | Co-sponsorship with the Commerce School

How to Support a Survivor Panel will feature a variety of insights into the issue of sexual violence on college campuses. From student testimonies to advice and guidance from a guest speaker, the main focus of the panel is to help bring resources and awareness to the community about this important issue. Amanda Trent, the Clinical Director for Sexual Assault Resource Agency (SARA) and Alexandra Hall, an Assistant Dean of Students, will be speaking at the event. Approved as FOA.

Arts Event | Tuesday, April 18, 2017

6-9pm | Open Grounds | Art Exhibit by Genevieve Agar

The bulk of the Arts Event will be an Open Mic night, including musical and poetry performances. This event will also serve as an opening for an exhibit created by Genevieve Agar. Light refreshments will be served at the beginning of the event and guests will be able to enjoy some visual art by survivors and other members of the UVA community.

How to Navigate the Reporting Process | Wednesday, April 19, 2017

6-8pm | Garrett Great Hall (Batten School) | Co-sponsorship with Women in Policy

The policy simulation will include simulations of the reporting process. Survivors will talk about their reporting experience and a panel of speakers, listed below, will talk about the nuances of the reporting process and their perspectives from their individual roles. Approved as FOA.

Vigil | Thursday, April 20, 2017

7-10pm | Amphitheater

One of the most recognizable Take Back the Night Events, the candlelight Vigil is meant to foster an atmosphere of reverence and solidarity. It is an opportunity for survivors, friends of survivors, and other UVA community members to share their stories and experiences. A variety of acapella performances including the Virginia Gentlemen and Hoos in Treble will kick off the event. Approved FOA.

Day of Healing | Friday, April 21, 2017

Throughout the day | UVA Grounds

The Day of Healing will include 5 events throughout the day to encourage positive self-care, self-recognition, as well as physical and emotional relief. Events will include “walk-by” pieces, allowing students to creatively express themselves with arts and crafts and through meditational exercises. The day will also include breakfast and some yummy baking.

Breakfast and Meditation | Garden I | 9:30-11:30am

  • Meditation will take place from 10-10:45am

Local Exercise Classes | Cville | Weeklong

  • Hot Yoga C-Ville is offering half price classes for any classes all week just for mentioning Take Back The Night!
  • Purvelo has is on their schedule to host a complimentary class at 6:45pm on April 20th

Pots-itivity Event | The Lawn | 11:30pm

  • Decorate clay pots and plant a seed, bring it home and grow your own flower

Big Coloring Book | The Lawn | 10AM

  • A walk-by artistic event for anyone who wants to add their own creative art to a greater image

Knead a Break?” Cookie Dough Event | Garden I | 12:30pm

  • Come munch on yummy, safe-to-eat cold stone cookie dough

Gala | Friday, April 21, 2017

7-9pm | The Fralin Museum of Art | Art Exhibit by Genevieve Agar

Culminating the week, the gala will be an opportunity to relieve stress, mingle, and have fun over yummy catered food and drinks, musical performances, and a special guest speaker. Several acapella groups will be performing, including the New Dominions, Ektaal, and the band Junie B. Additionally, guests will have the opportunity to hear from a keynote speaker. $5 Tickets for UVA students and employees will be sold throughout the week at South Lawn and Newcomb tabling stations (credit cards, cash, venmo accepted). $10 Tickets for community members will be sold at the door. Attire is semi-formal

Hack-a-Thon | Saturday, April 22 – Sunday, April 23, 2017

9am Saturday – 2:30pm Sunday | Rice Hall

The TBTN Hackathon is a 24-hour period where you can team up with as many as four people (or work alone!) to create a project — such as an app — technical or otherwise. These projects are heavily encouraged to be themed around sexual assault prevention. All skill levels and genders are welcome and all you will need is a computer, sleeping bag, and maybe an idea or two! We will have student-led workshops and a workshop led by Appian to improve your tech skills. At the end of the night we will have a demo fair for the finished product or prototype where you pitch to judges. Awards will be given to the best teams that meet certain categories (overall best, social good, most creative, etc.). Free food from Got Dumplings and Fig Bistro & Bar will be provided!

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These events are approved FOA programs for the sexual assault awareness prevention requirement.


Foxfield Education Program
Join ADAPT, the Albemarle County Police Department, and Foxfield Races Representatives for brief presentations and a Q/A all about how to stay safe at Foxfield Races!

Three sessions will be available!
Sunday, April 23rd , 6-7pm in Wilson 402
Wednesday, April 26th from 6:30-7:30pm in Newcomb Ballroom.
Wednesday, April 26th from 8-9pm in Newcomb Ballroom.

Additionally, door prizes will be available at each session!
Stop by to learn more about how to stay safe at Foxfield!

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These events are an approved FOA Programs for the Alcohol and Drug Abuse Prevention  Program Requirement.