Alpha Sigma Phi is one such organization that is taking a stand against sexual assault on campus.
“We want to raise awareness on campus about sexual assault because it is an extremely relevant problem that affects lots of people, and one that we want to end,” said Morgan Plant, Alpha Sigma Phi member at James Madison University.
I should know; after all, I, too, sent out an almost-identical email about beauty regimens to my sorority at USC, where I was vice president of recruitment.
So why did various mainstream media outlets describe a leaked email detailing wardrobe guidelines from the University of Southern California’s Alpha Chi Omega sorority chapter as "batshit," "crazy," and "authoritarian"?The call for change is justified: According to the Department of Justice, women ages 18-24 who are enrolled at an academic institution are three times more likely to be sexually assaulted than females in general.Plant worked with RAINN to organize creative events on his campus, such as the “JMU Alpha Sig Challenge” philanthropy event where students and faculty could propose challenges to brothers in exchange for donations.This is mostly because what this did was reinforce insecurities that the girls were probably already saying to themselves.The older "sisters" would then make fun of them and play mental games with their vulnerable and helpless victims.
I have been a support worker for 2 years now and I have a huge passion for my roll and I enjoy helping others and I have great interest in vulnerability and support work for young women.