The Women’s Center and ACE will host a concert as part of “Take Back the Night” during Sexual Assault Awareness week. The annual event raises awareness about violence against women, children, and families. The concert will be held Wednesday, April 14, 8 p.m., in the UC Auditorium and will feature Nathan Angelo and Natalie Stovall. The concert is free and open to the public.
The concert will feature two up and coming artists. Although a newcomer to the southeast music scene, Atlanta-based Nathan Angelo has been immersed in music for over a decade. “Playing Me” is Nathan’s freshman effort, a collection of 13 songs that are both wistful and contemplative all at once. The debut is a candid account of his life experiences.
Though only in her early 20s, Natalie Stovall has been performing nearly all her life. Whether onstage with the Opryland Kids Club, wowing crowds with her fiddle playing, or singing to anyone who would put her on stage, she has been keeping audiences on the edge of their seats for two decades.
Additionally, students are encouraged to get involved in these related events:
- Monday-Thursday, April 12-15, Clothing Drive for Partnership’s Sexual Assault Crisis Resource Center and Domestic Violence Shelter. Contribute clothing, housewares, cell phones, etc. to benefit the Partnership’s Sexual Assault Crisis Resource Center and Domestic Violence Shelter. A collection table will be set-up in the University Center Lobby, 10 a.m.-2 p.m. and at the Take Back the Night Concert. For further information contact Sara-Peters@utc.edu or 425-5605.
- Monday, April 12, 7 p.m., in Chickamauga Room, Wellness and Healthy Mocs present “Bisexual, Heteroflexible, or No Label at All.”
- Tuesday, April 13, 7 p.m. in UC Auditorium, “Let’s Talk about Sex” sponsored by the Wellness Committee, Women’s Center, Multicultural Center, SGA, and Counseling Center. Novices and experts of all genders are welcome to learn about everything from orgasms to sexual transmitted illnesses. Meet sex educators Marshall Miller and Jocelyn Benson from Brown University. They have visited over 500 universities making students and the general public laugh and learn.