Wednesday, April 29th is Denim Day, an international day geared towards raising awareness about sexual assault. The first Denim Day was in 1999 after an Italian court overruled a sexual assault conviction on the basis that the teenager who was sexually assaulted by her driver's ed instructor was 'wearing tight jeans' and therefore 'must have helped to remove them.' Upset by the bogus statement, women in Italian Parliament responded by wearing jeans to work. Project AWAKEN is asking everyone on campus to participate by wearing denim and engaging on social media @TNTechAWAKEN. No matter what someone is wearing, sexual assault is never the survivor's fault!