'Go Green, Go White, Go Teal': Human teal ribbon ends It's On Us week
Katie O'Brien Kelley | April 7, 2018 | The State News
MSU students, several student organizations and others gathered in the Duffy Daugherty Football Building on Friday to support survivors of sexual assault through the It’s On Us Day of Action event.
Those who attended made a human teal ribbon and interacted with several organizations that aim to combat sexual assault.
Leah Davidson, the volunteer coordinator for End Violent Encounters, or EVE, said she wanted to attend the event in order to spread more information about the programs EVE offers.