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ASU Sexual Assault Awareness Month 2015

Apr. 1 - 30
University-wide

The purpose of ASU Sexual Assault Awareness Month 2015 is to raise awareness about sexual violence and how we as a community can take action to prevent it. Events for this month include:

  • Take Back the Night
  • Community Solutions in Action: Sexual Violence Prevention and Response Panel
  • Ask Me About Respect Run & Walk 5k
  • A Mile in Her Shoes Walk to End Violence
  • Consent/Sexual Wellness Weeks featuring daily events and activities
  • Sexual Violence Prevention Presentations featuring Jessica Yaffa
  • ASU Denim Day 2015
  • HIV/STI Testing

To learn more about ASU Sexual Assault Awareness Month 2015 Events, visit Sun Devil Movement for Violence Prevention (MVP) Events. For more information about Sexual Assault Awareness month, visit the National Sexual Violence Resource Center (NSVRC).

Introduction to Bicycle Mechanics

Apr. 16
3 - 4 p.m.
Hassayampa Academic Village, Mohave A103
Register to attend by April 13

Apr. 30
3 - 4 p.m.
Hassayampa Academic Village, Mohave A103
Register to attend by April 27

This class will cover the parts of a bicycle, basic bicycle tools and how to fix a flat tire. It will also go over simple tasks you can do yourself to take care of your bike, from lubricating the chain to adjusting the saddle.

RECOVERY Forum

April 17
5 - 7 p.m.
College Avenue Commons, Room 455, 660 S. College Avenue

In recovery? Trying to be sober? Have a voice in starting a new community of students in RECOVERY at ASU. With support, we can achieve our DREAMS. Connect with other students committed to their recovery in a FORUM with FOOD. ASU staff members will attend the event to listen, learn and support the forum.To RSVP or for more information, contact wellness@asu.edu

Farmers Market @ ASU Tempe

Apr. 21
9 a.m. - 2 p.m.
Student Services Lawn

Enjoy fresh fruit and vegetables, healthy snacks, scrumptious lunches and refreshing beverages every other Tuesday. The farmers market features seasonal produce, specialty food items produced in Arizona, and ready-to-eat food and beverages.Methods of payment accepted include: cash, debit, credit and electronic benefit transfer cards (EBT). For more information, visit www.asu.edu/farmersmarket or contact farmersmarket@asu.edu.

Local Resources Bicycle Class

April 23
11 a.m. - noon
Hassayampa Academic Village, Mohave A103
Register to attend by April 20

A brief yet informative look at local bike groups, events and culture. Whether you are looking for student organizations, where to look up bike events in Tempe, or just want to know where you can get your bike fixed, this course is for you!