By Sarah Hoffbeck
For one week, April 17-24, 2013, the NDSCS campus will be participating in Enough is Enough week. This campaign to stem societal violence was created for colleges across the nation to take a stand against violence.
While the month of April usually transitions us into spring and a new season of life, historically it is also a very violent month. The assassination of Martin Luther King Jr., Oklahoma City bombing, Columbine High School shooting, Virginia Tech massacre, and more recently, this week’s tragic Boston Marathon bombing, have all occurred during the month of April.
Now is the time to say, “Enough is Enough,” and take a stand against violence – across our college campuses and the nation. Join with NDSCS and take a stand at one of our “Enough is Enough” events:
Friday, April 19
- “Peace is Sweet” – Various NDSCS Wahpeton Campus Buildings
Monday, April 22
- Random Acts of Kindness – NDSCS Student Center Booth & NDSCS-Fargo Booth
Tuesday, April 23
- Random Acts of Kindness – Student Center Booth
- “Break the Cycle” Big Wheel Game – Student Center (1:30 a.m.-1 p.m.)
Wednesday, April 24
- “Take Back the Night” March and Rally – Student Center (5:30 p.m.)
For more information on the “Enough is Enough” campaign, visit naspa.org/enough.