Iota Delta supports women

Rachel Klodell, sophomore liberal studies major and Iota Delta member, explains to Brian Rios, junior communications major, how to make a pledge to the Clothesline Project Monday in Sneaky Park. The event was intended to bring awareness of issues of violence against women. Students showed their support for the philanthropy’s cause by decorating shirts and hanging them on a clothesline. Stephen Rivera, sophomore psychology major, makes his pledge at the panel./ Photo by Terrence Lewis
Rachel Klodell, sophomore liberal studies major and Iota Delta member, explains to Brian Rios, junior communications major, how to make a pledge to the Clothesline Project Monday in Sneaky Park. The event was intended to bring awareness of issues of violence against women. Students showed their support for the philanthropy’s cause by decorating shirts and hanging them on a clothesline. Stephen Rivera, sophomore psychology major, makes his pledge at the panel. / photo by Terrence Lewis

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