More than 200 people participated in "Walk a Mile" April 9, 2015, on the UNC campus in Chapel Hill, an event aimed at reducing sexual assault and violence. A recent survey showed that 24.3 percent of undergraduate women experienced some form of unwanted sexual contact during their time as students at the university.
More than 200 people participated in "Walk a Mile" April 9, 2015, on the UNC campus in Chapel Hill, an event aimed at reducing sexual assault and violence. A recent survey showed that 24.3 percent of undergraduate women experienced some form of unwanted sexual contact during their time as students at the university. Mark Schultz mschultz@newsobserver.com
More than 200 people participated in "Walk a Mile" April 9, 2015, on the UNC campus in Chapel Hill, an event aimed at reducing sexual assault and violence. A recent survey showed that 24.3 percent of undergraduate women experienced some form of unwanted sexual contact during their time as students at the university. Mark Schultz mschultz@newsobserver.com

Survey: Nearly 1 in 4 UNC undergraduate women experience unwanted sexual contact

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