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And what students are hearing has started to influence their behavior.They’re paying more attention, and they’re looking out for one another.Next in line are the women’s hockey team and the men’s and women’s basketball and swim teams. Han and a few classmates formed their group to talk frankly about sexual consent.“We are tough, bold women, and we would have the confidence to step into a bad situation,” says Christine Valente, captain of the women’s hockey team. In November, members wrote slogans on men’s and women’s underwear and hung them outside the student center. “I like butts,” someone wrote in pink marker on a men’s pair. I ask before I touch.” Organizers are holding workshops with sports teams, fraternities, and sororities.While Union hasn’t had a case go public—the college received five formal reports of sexual assault in 2013—the topic has provoked a lot of discussion.
On a recent Thursday evening, the men’s lacrosse team packed into a dorm’s common area, where the group’s presenters, all women, tried to draw the athletes out. “You should have consent before you go out and party and get drunk, instead of waking up the next day and regretting it,” one player said.
“I am the mom of my group,” explains Brianna, a sophomore here who asked that her last name not be used.
“Last year I literally pulled my friend away from a guy because they were both too intoxicated.” Her friend appreciated her judgment, Brianna says.
They never walk alone after dark, and they go to parties in groups.
Some also bring their own alcohol—keeping their drinks covered and close at hand.