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Cheyenne England, junior psychology major, and Joseph Leiter, sophomore rehabilitation service education major, lead a group of students at the Walk a Mile in Her Shoes, April 22. The walk encouraged male and female students to walk down Commercial Street in women’s heels to raise awareness for violence against women. ALAYNE WEBER

Cheyenne England, junior psychology major, and Joseph Leiter, sophomore rehabilitation service education major, lead a group of students at the Walk a Mile in Her Shoes, April 22. The walk encouraged male and female students to walk down Commercial Street in women’s heels to raise awareness for violence against women. ALAYNE WEBER

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Cheyenne England, junior psychology major, and Joseph Leiter, sophomore rehabilitation service education major, lead a group of students at the Walk a Mile in Her Shoes, April 22. The walk encouraged male and female students to walk down Commercial Street in women’s heels to raise awareness for violence against women. ALAYNE WEBER

Cheyenne England, junior psychology major, and Joseph Leiter, sophomore rehabilitation service education major, lead a group of students at the Walk a Mile in Her Shoes, April 22. The walk encouraged male and female students to walk down Commercial Street in women’s heels to raise awareness for violence against women. ALAYNE WEBER

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