UW students, advocates raise awareness about sexual violence ahead of the first week of school

Fifty percent of campus sexual assaults are reported between the first week of school and Thanksgiving break; a period of time referred to as the “Red Zone.”

SEATTLE — As students are moving in on campus at the University of Washington ahead of fall quarter, some student leaders like junior Taytem Raynor are partnering with Leda Health to raise awareness about a worrisome trend: one in four college women will be a victim of sexual violence. 

Raynor is the president of Kappa Delta sorority. 

“Kappa Delta currently has 119 members and I can say that all of us at least know someone or are personally

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