Unfurling. Sunshine and umbrellas make an atypical match, except when they’re part of RAINN Day, a national event sponsored at The University of Toledo last week by the Division of Student Affairs to raise awareness and educate students about sexual violence on college campuses. Instituted by the Rape, Abuse & Incest National Network, the nation’s largest anti-violence organization, RAINN Day is held annually on campuses across the country to empower college students in educating their peers. Here at UT, residence halls and student organizations embellished donated umbrellas with messages against violence. The event also included a chance to talk with professionals from the University Counseling Center, and visit the Clothesline Project, an initiative in which women affected by violence create shirts to be displayed as part of their healing process. Students can always visit the Sexual Assault Education and Prevention Program (SAEPP) in Rocket Hall 1810 or call 419.530.3431 for more information on creating a campus community free of abuse, harassment and other forms of sexual violence.