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May 9, 1991 - Pg. 4 (TBTN, Greek).pdf
This Campus news article describes the different parts of the Take Back The Night march at Middlebury in 1991, as well as the main topics brought up by speakers which included homophobia, spousal assault, gender equity, and rape statistics. Here is…

April 27, 1990 - Pg. 18.pdf
This Campus editorial discusses the first ever Take Back The Night march at Middlebury on April 25, 1990. The article mentions the fact that multiple TBTN posters were "defaced or removed" on campus and argues that we all have a responsibility to…

May 4, 1990 - Pg. 1.pdf
This Campus news articles discusses the Take Back The Night March on April 25, 1990 which was attended by over 150 students, faculty, and town members, and organized by Elizabeth Toder '90. This candle lit event included multiple speakers from…

April 16, 1998 - Pg. 10.pdf
In this Campus opinion piece, Landis reflects on recent racial issues on campus, and asks members of the Middlebury community to examine another issue that has been swept under the rug, sexual assault. Landis discusses the fact that sexual assault is…

April 16, 1998 - Pg. 4 Photo.pdf
This is a photo from pg. 4 of The Campus on April 16, 1998. The photo depicts students taking in the "Silent Witnesses" display, brought to Middlebury by the Coalition for Feminist Consciousness. This display was part of Take Back The Night Week.

May 4, 1995 - Pg. 9.pdf
This Campus feature describes Take Back The Night Week in April 1995, which culminated in the Take Back The Night March. This week was organized by seniors Jen Kupperman, Brooke McDonald, and Tina Buccholz. Although the article mentions Kupperman…

April 22, Pg. 11.pdf
This Campus feature details the Take Back The Night March/Week held in April of 1998, as part of Sexual Assault Awareness Month. The article describes the march and who attended it. It also describes a blue light study conducted by Jennifer Handal…

April 22, Pg. 8.pdf
This Campus announcement explains that it is Sexual Assault Awareness month, and informs readers about the related events, both on and near campus. One of the events noted is the Take Back The Night March. Here is a photo of the announcement as it…

The Campus- %22Tears for the night%22.pdf
This poetic Campus opinion piece describes Daly's experience of crying during the Take Back The Night event. She states all of the reasons and people she was crying for, and urges people to stay hopeful and take action. Here is the article from The…

The Campus - %22Unity will conquer the night%22.pdf
In this Campus opinion piece, Fisher describes a recent Take Back The Night march that she attended as "indescribable" and "empowering." She also relays a story in which a male student asked her whether or not any men had attended the “chick event."…
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