One Billion Rising

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Posted: February 11, 2014

The Winchester Star

Phi Mu Alpha fraternity members serenade Shenandoah University President Tracy Fitzsimmons and others Monday afternoon during a One Billion Rising flash mob at the Brandt Student Center. (Photo by Scott Mason/The Winchester Star)
SU students and faculty members dance Monday afternoon as part of a flash mob to bring awareness to violence against women. It is the second year that SU participated in the global event.
“The moves in the dance are empowering,” Shenandoah University senior Aysha Malik said. “All of the moves have a meaning. They’re strong and bold.”
“I’m pumped,” SU senior Aggie Froehlich said. “I could run a mile. I don’t want to do homework. I want to go make people’s days better and hug everyone. I feel strong.”

WINCHESTER

Shenandoah University senior Aggie Froehlich was feeling empowered Monday afternoon.

“I’m pumped,” she said. “I could run a mile. I don’t want to do homework. I want to go make…



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