Communicate the message without posting it in your face everywhere
I don’t know if we really need an advertising interface at every corner, because that kind of has a different psychological spin on it. I know for me, I am walking through the campus late at night after class or whatever, but it’s not really on my mind. I know that it can happen in a grocery store parking lot, but it’s not first and foremost on my mind. So I think it might lend to a level of insecurity and maybe, you know, fear, paranoia. I don’t know, maybe just sort of a negative undertone to the campus in general, if you see a lot of information around you dealing with sexual violence and this is where you go. [..] I think it definitely needs to be delivered, because, like we are saying, we have never really seen it [the policy]. I think it has to be done in a sort of delicate way where it gets the message through but it’s not posted and in your face everywhere. [...] It may be a little unsettling, maybe a little off-putting, especially for new students. I mean, because my first thought would be, "Okay there’s a lot of information here about sexual violence. They must have a really big problem."