Mc Nairy Library and Learning Forum as part of The Red Flag Campaign.
These flags remind those on college campuses to say something in order to address and prevent dating violence.
“It is very important that as a campus community we help one another learn about and be able to identify the signs of a healthy versus an unhealthy relationship, including that the signs of an unhealthy relationship are not always physically apparent.
The Center is planning a month of events to help students learn about relationships, encourage proactive bystander behaviors and understand that help is readily available on our campus.” Listed below are the activities scheduled throughout the month of February in honor of Teen Dating Violence Awareness Month.
Programs are planned in Hall's memory throughout the entire month of February.
Some events include the following: •Thursday, February 4, peer education program, South Side Suites Great Room, 7 p.m.
Digital dating abuse is a form of verbal and/or emotional abuse, particularly among teens, which can include unwanted, repeated calls or text messages, pressure to send nude or private pictures or videos, and the use of social networking sites such as Facebook to bully, harass, stalk or intimidate a boyfriend/girlfriend.
This issue is far more prevalent than people think.
Location: Pucillo Gym More information: Attend to participate at our Red Flag Table and for a chance to win an orange T-shirt! 14 Event: Wearing Orange for Teen Dating Violence Month More information: Post pictures to social media using #MUWears Orangefor Love for a chance to win a prize! 14 Event: Healthy Relationships for Valentine’s Day Time: 11 a.m. Location: Student Memorial Center, Bookstore Lobby More information: Stop by for a chance to win an orange t-shirt!
There will also be a moment of silence before the game to honor Karlie Hall before the Feb.
They are also more likely to exhibit anti-social behavior and are at increased risk for suicidal ideation and gesturing.