Campus Violence Prevention is hosting its annual ‘Stache Bash from 11 a.m.-1 p.m. Nov. 1 in the University Center Ballroom B. ’Stache Bash is a celebration of men as partners in the prevention of interpersonal and sexual violence with the message: “You ‘mustache’ for consent!”
A discussion panel, including students, staff and faculty members will start at noon and will explore the role of positive masculinity in the prevention of sexual violence.
The Cape Girardeau County Health Department will be offering free STI/D testing to the first 50 students.
Counseling and Disability Services is providing free pizza for attendees. There also will be a photo booth with free 5×7 prints, ‘stache contest, and other fun games and prizes!
All Southeast men are invited to join the Campus Violence Prevention mustache contest by uploading a picture and definition of consent on the Living at Southeast Facebook account. Entries will be judged on facial hair length, fullness, style and understanding of consent. Deadline for submissions is noon on Nov. 1. Winners will be announced at 1 p.m.
Any men interested in participating in the panel should contact Campus Violence Prevention at firstname.lastname@example.org.