About 200 students most of them members of UNC fraternities and sororities took part in a rally to raise awareness about sexual assault on campus, and to raise funds for the Orange County Rape Crisis Center in April.
About 200 students most of them members of UNC fraternities and sororities took part in a rally to raise awareness about sexual assault on campus, and to raise funds for the Orange County Rape Crisis Center in April. Chuck Liddy N&O file photo
About 200 students most of them members of UNC fraternities and sororities took part in a rally to raise awareness about sexual assault on campus, and to raise funds for the Orange County Rape Crisis Center in April. Chuck Liddy N&O file photo

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