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On Oct. 6, Wall Pond Bridge was decorated with t-shirts in reflection of those affected by domestic abuse. Photo courtesy Katie Stoneking.

Students were encouraged to write words of affirmation to those affected by domestic violence/abuse. Photo courtesy Katie Stoneking.

The shirts had a variety of captions, including: “it’s not your fault” and “stop the violence.” Photo courtesy Katie Stoneking.

Students could even clip positive words on paper cutouts of t-shirts displayed at the LiveWell office booth. Photo courtesy Katie Stoneking.

Sponsored by the LiveWell Office, “The Clothesline Project” was created in an effort to shed light on the issues of domestic abuse/violence. Along with the display, the office also provided information for those interested in the project. Photo courtesy Katie Stoneking.

The shirts created a colorful display throughout Prince Lawn and the Wall Pond bridge. Photo courtesy Katie Stoneking.

The purpose behind this project was to shed light on the issue of domestic violence and abuse, along with allowing those who have been affected by it to share their stories. Photo courtesy Katie Stoneking.

The event lasted from 10-2 p.m. on Prince Lawn—students were encouraged to stop by and learn more information about the cause. Photo courtesy Katie Stoneking.

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