SHARPP Events

 

Check out our events for the 2014–2015 academic year!



April {Sexual Assault Awareness Month}


2015 UNH White Ribbon Campaign

UNH Men are Part of the Solution!

Join UNH men for the month of April and be a part of the White Ribbon Campaign.

 Take the online pledge here!

The White Ribbon Campaign is the world’s largest movement of men and boys working to end violence against women and girls, promote gender equity, healthy relationships and a new vision of masculinity.

During the month of April, The UNH White Ribbon Campaign works towards inspiring men at UNH to “Be Part of the Solution” of helping to end violence against women on campus and throughout their lives. It’s about being part of the conversation towards change in what it means to be a man, offering tips on how men can help end sexual assault and harassment, and asking you to know when to engage and speak out against violence against women.

 UNH men, join the many others and take the online pledge here!

Our goal for 2015 is to get 25% of the male population (slightly over 2,000) at UNH to take the online pledge.

That means students, staff and faculty and if you took the pledge last year, we ask that you take it again. We are looking to all UNH men to participate and we are asking UNH women to encourage men to participate. Although this is a campaign for men, SHARPP is also encouraging women to wear teal ribbon pins (teal represents sexual assault and relationship abuse awareness). Individuals can also pick these up at our table in the MUB or at the SHARPP office.

Learn more about the history of the campaign here.

 


 

ANTI-VIOLENCE RALLY&WALK!
 

Thanks to all who stepped out to end violence at UNH!
We are proud to say we hit a record amount of people despite the weather.

Your continued support helps make UNH a better place for all.

Take a look at the event photos here!

 We like to send an special shout out to our speakers, Phi Mu Delta’s “Hot Dogs, Hot Consent” free hot dog stand and the following:

Office of Community, Equity and Diversity, Professional, Administrative and Technical Council, Residential Life, Waysmeet, President’s Commission on the Status of Women, Office of First Year Programs, University Advising and Career Center, UNH Athletics, Amnesty International at UNH, Alpha Phi, Operating Staff Council, STAND Anti-Genocide Coalition, Health Services, Chi Omega, The Counseling Center, Kappa Delta, The Center for International Education, Student and Academic Services, Graduate Women’s Leadership Council, Durham Police Department, UNH School of Law, Philosophy Department, Theta Chi, Phi Mu Delta, Hubbard Hall Council, Healthy UNH, UNH Greek Life, Women’s Studies Program, Campus Recreation, Department of Housing, Memorial Union Building, President’s Commission for GLBT Issues, Undergraduate Admissions Office, President’s Commission on the Status of People of Color, The Center for Global Race and Diversity Studies, Veteran’s Services, Department of English, Prevention Innovations Research Center, Continuing Education, CONNECT, Department of Social Work, Tau Kappa Epsilon, Alpha Chi Omega, Department of Psychology, Delta Xi Phi, Department of Education, UNH VOX, Office of Multicultural and Student Affairs, Panhellenic Council, Dunkin’ Donuts, New Hampshire Coalition Against Domestic Sexual Violence, Sexual Assault Support Services, Lambda Chi Alpha, UNH Volleyball Team, Arnold Air Society, Graduate Student Senate, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Sigma Nu, Human Resources, Office of Community Standards, UNH Police Department, Alpha Xi Delta, Department of Natural Resources and the Environment, Inter-Fraternity Council, Pi Kappa Alpha

 
 

May


1BLUESTRING at UNH

Come check out the final 1BLUE STRING event at the GRIND on 5/1!

MUB Strafford Room at 8pm

The Grind is a an open mic night coffee house where anyone is welcome to sign up and perform. SHARPP will be at the 1BlueString Table handing strings out to those interested.
UNH Slow Food will be providing food for the night. This event is FREE and funded by your Student Activity Fee. For more information about the 1BlueString Campaign at UNH Click Here