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'Girls Night In' draws a crowd at Lourdes

10:41 PM, Mar. 6, 2013  |  Comments
UW-Oshkosh journalism students sponsored the 'Girls Night In' anti-bullying event on Thursday, Feb. 28; guest Green Bay cheerleader, Kaitlyn Collins (top row, second from right) appeared on the TODAY show for taking a stand against bullying.
UW-Oshkosh journalism students sponsored the 'Girls Night In' anti-bullying event on Thursday, Feb. 28; guest Green Bay cheerleader, Kaitlyn Collins (top row, second from right) appeared on the TODAY show for taking a stand against bullying.
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The "Girls Night In" held at Lourdes Academy on Thursday, Feb. 28 had a successful turnout from the Oshkosh community with more than 100 people in attendance.

"Girls Night In" featured a screening of the documentary Finding Kind. After the film, girls participated in interactive activities while the adults took part in a discussion led by Dr. Geneva Murray, director of the Women's Center at UW-Oshkosh.

Girls were encouraged to share kind and apology cards with a friend, and they were asked to write a kind message on the "Kind Wall," which now hangs in Lourdes Academy commons.

UW Oshkosh journalism students sponsored "Girls Night In" as a part of their "HumanKIND: it's in our nature" public relations campaign. The HumanKIND campaign aimed to increase the awareness of the negative effects of bullying and to help spread kindness across the Oshkosh community.

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