BOULDER, Colo. -- For the first time at the University of Colorado-Boulder, students rallied in silence to raise awareness on the issue of sexual assault violence on campus.
CU sophomore Sofia Penaylillo says she felt the need to take action and address the issue of sexual assault violence on campus.
She organized a 20 minute silent rally Friday morning in the middle of the campus to raise awareness on the ongoing issue.
“This is happening in Boulder and our own university, so we are really pushing this message,” said Rally Organizer, Sofia Penaylillo.
Dozens of students sat in silence as they held signs addressing sexual assault violence on campus.