Alumna Alex Weirsma, sophomore business administration major Caroline Zanteson and senior biology major Janine Blackmur, raise awareness about domestic violence at Iota Delta’s Clothesline Project event in Sneaky Park Tuesday.
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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.
Junior Bonita Estrada decorates a shirt for Iota Delta sorority’s Clothesline Project with sophomore Katie Lewis and senior Amanda Timko at the booth.
Iota Delta’s weeklong events focused on abuse against women with their annual Clothesline project and a presentation by Project Sister.
Jessica Loomer, a freshman English major, stands in 15 minutes of silence to raise awareness about domestic abuse Tuesday.
The Clothesline Project, started in 1990 in Cape Cod, Mass., is a vehicle for women affected by violence to express their emotions by decorating a shirt and hanging it on a clothesline.
The Iota Delta Sorority put on the Clothesline Project, a three-day event earlier this month that potentially touched a lot of people – particularly those who have been touched by domestic violence.
University of La Verne’s Iota Delta sorority participated in a project at Sneaky Park on Tuesday, that was aimed to form awareness toward issues concerning violence to women and children.
Powerful messages on different colored shirts hung on a clothesline in Sneaky Park, in honor of the annual Clothesline Project put on by Iota Delta sorority members March 21 to March 23.
Campus news for the week of March 16, 2007.