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Blue Lights

By Kirstin E. Anderson
Even though the seven years leading up to the first Take Back the Night march included the University’s establishment of the blue light phone system, the creation of the double-locked door policy, and other precautionary measures, the fear of rape and sexual assault persisted.
Even though the seven years leading up to the first Take Back the Night march included the University’s establishment of the blue light phone system, the creation of the double-locked door policy, and other precautionary measures, the fear of rape and sexual assault persisted.

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