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February 14, 2002 - Image 22

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"The V-day College Campaign invites colleges and universities around the world to mount benefit productions
of 'The Vagina Monologues on their campuses on or around V-day (Valentine's Day) to raise money and
awareness to stop violence against women. One of the goals of the college campaign is to empower young
people the leaders, shapers and messengers of the future."
-from the website www.vday.org
The photographs taken represent a look at behind the scenes of the University's version of ...

The Vagina Monologues
Tonight at 7:30 ~ Hill Auditorium

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Director Elise Erickson coaches actress Kris Sepe for her monologue "Un
woman who lives under the Taliban in Afghanistan.

"In order for the human race to continue, women must be safe and empowered. It's an
obvious idea, but like a vagina it needs great attention and love in order to be revealed."
-Eve Ensler The Vagina Monologues

Technical Meredith Zielke edits the video portion of the show.

Photostory by Debbie Mizel

Director Elise Erickson.

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