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March 29, 2014

University taking part in campaign to end violence

FROSTBURG — Frostburg State University will participate in “Enough Is Enough,” the national campaign to end violence, from March 31 through April 4.

A “No More Violence in My Life” workshop will be held Monday in the Cordts Physical Education Center Hall of Fame from 7 to 9 p.m.

On Tuesday, members of the National Council of Negro Women will take action about violence against women in Lane University Center Room 111.

The Black Student Alliance will host motivational speaker Darryl “Doc” Scriven in examining “The Love Commitment” by exploring problems and solutions for commitment in relationships Wednesday at 7 p.m. in the Alice R. Manicur Assembly Hall in the Lane Center. This event is in conjunction with the annual “Black Love Dinner.” There is limited admission and sign-up in the BSA Office in Lane Center 225 is required.

On Thursday, in Lane Center 111 at 7 p.m., Residence Life Office staff member Brian Medina will present “Speak-Out,” a workshop to examine intervention strategies.

The annual Martin Luther King Celebration will be held Friday in the Atkinson Room (232) of the Lane Center at 4:30 p.m. The theme is “Living a Life of Purpose; Leaving a Legacy for Life.” This will be a celebration of the lives and legacies of Martin Luther King Jr. and Bernard Wynder, who were both committed to living a life promoting peace, social justice and service.

Information tables and activities in the Lane Center upper lobby will be presented every day between 10 a.m. and 2 p.m.

The “Enough Is Enough” campaign was initiated by Student Affairs Administrators in Higher Education President Diana Doyle in response to the call by the former vice president for student affairs at Virginia Tech, Zenobia Lawrence Hike, to take action after the shootings on the Virginia Tech campus. The campaign recognizes that parents, students and community partners are critical allies who will further propel its initiatives to end campus and school shootings.

For more information, contact Robin Wynder at 301-687-4050 or

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