“A semicolon is used when an author could’ve chosen to end their sentence, but chose not to. That author is you and the sentence is your life.”
“Semicolon Week focuses on continuing stories and providing the resources that we can capitalize on to push forward. The premise is that this simple and commonly used symbol shows support and promotes awareness of mental health and suicide. Your story continues. Semicolon Week partners include: Alpha Gamma Omega Fraternity, American Foundation for Suicide Prevention – NC Chapter, Counseling and Psychological Services, Mental Health Ambassadors, Student Government Association, Wellness Educators for Change, Advocacy, and student Needs (WE CAN). Contact Elisabeth Cavallaro, Coordinator for Student Mental Wellness, at firstname.lastname@example.org for questions.”
Join 90.5 WASU News Director, Maggie Harper, and intern of Parent-toParent, Ashley Abernathy, as they discuss the annual high country Spooky Duke 5k and 10k race. To learn more about Spooky Duke, visit the event’s Facebook page here.