Welcome to the SHARPP EDGE, the student blog for the UNH Sexual Harassment & Rape Prevention Program (known as SHARPP). These entries give a student voice to issues present on college campuses involving rape culture, sexual assault, harassment, dating violence and stalking. They will also offer resources available at UNH and off campus.

SHARPP provides free and confidential advocacy and direct services to all survivors and their allies and offers culturally competent awareness and prevention programs to the UNH community. Visit the SHARPP website to learn more.


That’s a Wrap

It’s hard to believe we are finishing up. It’s even harder to believe this is my LAST blog post. I am sad to be graduating and leaving SHA...


Get Involved!

YOU CAN HELP make UNH a safer place by volunteering for SHARPP. Even better — earn course credit for it! If you want to speak up, educate and provide ...



April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month (SAAM). Sexual assault is any type of sexual contact or behavior that occurs without the explicit consent of t...


You Can Help

Hi Everyone! You may be feeling overwhelmed and stressed with finals, but remember to take some time for yourself! Today I’d like to discuss SHA...


Audrie & Daisy

Last week, three survivors from the documentary “Audrie & Daisy” came to the university. Daisy Coleman, Jada Smith and Delaney Henders...


A Year In Review

Hello Everyone! It is crazy to think in a couple of weeks we will be heading home for the summer, or some of you will be leaving us and graduating. Ov...


Teen Dating Violence

Welcome Back Wildcats! I hope you all had a fun, safe, and relaxing winter break! The month of February is nationally known as of Teen Dating Violence...


It’s Not Your Fault

Today I am going to talk about a very important subject that needs to be addressed more.  This is Victim Blaming. Victim blaming is when the victim of...