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"A semicolon is used when an author could've chosen to end their sentence, but chose not to. That author is you and the sentence is your life."
- Project Semicolon
The conversation starts here and now. This is not the end of your story, but it's only the start. With the semicolon, know that your sentence will continue. The purpose of Semicolon Week is very simple. Rather than standing idle and allowing the story to end with a period, we're here to work towards continuance with the stroke of a semicolon. Be it self care or self-advocacy, Semicolon Week focuses on continuing stories and providing the resources that we can capitalize on to push forward. The premise is that this simple and commonly used symbol shows support and promotes awareness of mental health and suicide. Your story continues.Contact Elisabeth Cavallaro, Assistant Director and Coordinator for Student Mental Wellness, at firstname.lastname@example.org for questions. Schedule of events is below:
Sunday March 22nd 2pm - 4pm: Out of the Darkness Suicide Prevention Fundraising Walk - CANCELED. The American Foundation for Suicide Prevention will host a virtual walk. Stay tuned for details.
Monday March 23rd 12pm - 1pm: Brown Bag Lunch and Learn Suicide Prevention Training Discussion via Zoom. Please take our online suicide prevention training prior to attending and join us for a discussion with Elisabeth Cavallaro, Assistant Director and Coordinator for Student Mental Wellness in Wellness and Prevention Services. [RSVP].