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3:30-4:45pm Wednesdays October 22, 29, and November 5 @ 117 Student Center
The VIP Center and Counseling Center are working together to bring you a series of activities and discussions related to healthy dating. Attend one, or all three!
Come join VIP for an open and honest discussion of Ray Rice and other high profile cases of domestic violence. We will talk about the dynamics of domestic violence, the interplay of race, as well as what it is like for a survivor of domestic violence.
Torch Song Trilogy - 7pm Thursday, Ocotber 9th @ Worsham Theater, Student Center
Mr. and Mrs. Smith - 7pm Thursday, November 7th @ Worsham Theater, Student Center
Water for Elephants- 7pm Friday, November 21st @ Worsham Theater, Student Center
Proudly presented by Late Night Film Series in partnership with The VIP Center.
We're taught to read and write, but no one teaches us how to find a date, or even better, the love of your life. Harlan Cohen, New York Times bestselling author and relationship expert, shares the secret truth about dating and relationships. This interactive (fully clothed) event is hilarious, bold, and life changing. Bring your cells phones to text Harlan questions live during the event. You'll leave with a fresh perspective and new approaches to finding happiness in love and in life. Say what you think, do what you feel, and never look back! Sponsored by the UK Sexperts, Student Wellness Ambassadors, and VIP)
Green Dot = Any choice, behavior, word or attitude that promotes safety and communicates utter intolerance for interpersonal violence. Take action to shape a violence-free campus by attending this 2-part bystander intervention training.
Take Back the Night (TBTN) is Lexington's annual march and rally that allows you (and the rest of the community) to take a stand against interpersonal violence in our community. If you are interested in being involved, email email@example.com and we will get back to you about forming committees!
Invited Candidates include:U.S Senate