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  • Collection: It Happens Here (IHH)

A male student writes an opinion piece about struggling with his own role in rape culture after attending an IHH event and how the community must engage in hard conversations about changing behavior.

Ahead of the upcoming third annual IHH storytelling event, The Campus interviewed co-founder Luke Carroll Brown, who spoke about hoping to reduce the stigma around sexual violence. Two other students speak to the importance of the event.

After an IHH organizer, Taite Shomo '20.5, had begun to advertise the go/link for students to submit locations on campus that they'd been sexually harassed or assaulted, she spoke to The Campus about the project's history and goals.

The Campus covered the second rendition of The Map Project, which showed 108 "red dots" and was displayed in Davis Library. Several students spoke about their reactions and the urgency they felt about combatting sexual assault on campus.

Prompted by The Map Project, The Campus Editorial Board makes several recommendations regarding how to fight rape culture at Middlebury, including new in-person trainings, making reporting sexual assault easier, and changing party culture on campus.

The four student organizers of IHH respond to criticisms that their advertising and storytelling event can be "triggering" by emphasizing the importance of allowing survivors to process trauma in their own ways.

IHH members spoke to The Campus about their plans for The Map Project after they began accepting submissions in the fall of 2012.

The Campus article describes the third annual IHH storytelling event in the winter of 2014 and its general success.

Five Middlebury students and two faculty members were invited to represent IHH at a White House event on Teen Dating Violence.
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