West Virginia University will be hosting Campus Safety Day on Friday (Sept. 30) in the Mountainlair.

A viewing of “Telling Amy’s Story,” a documentary regarding domestic violence, will be shown in the Shenandoah Room starting at 11:30 a.m. on Friday. The documentary will serve as a catalyst for public discussion about domestic violence immediately following the viewing at 12:30 p.m.

Other related events as a part of Campus Safety Day include an awareness table in the Mountainlair from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., Drop-A-Cop and a driveWELL activity on the Mountainlair Plaza.

WELLWVU partnering with the WVU Police Department, RDVIC Women Against Rape for the event.

Domestic violence is a national epidemic, but WVU is hoping to help raise awareness and take positive steps toward prevention so the WVU community can help victims and hold abusers accountable.

For more information on Campus Safety Day, contact Judy Murnan at Judy.Murnan@mail.wvu.edu.


304-293-3573, Christopher.Roberts@mail.wvu.edu


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