In a small office on the eighth floor of Academic Hall at Point Park University (PPU), Title IX Coordinator Elizabeth Rosemeyer sat alone scheduling programming events.
Papers lined her desk in organized piles, and cardboard boxes towered along the walls containing posters, signs, and goodie bags for upcoming events, many of which she had planned in painstaking detail. She was the only member of this office, and it was her responsibility to spearhead its involvement in various campus-wide sexual violence prevention events. She had to order food, choose the tablecloths, and even put fun stickers on hundreds of bags of “pirate booty” for the Condom Carnival, an annual event hosted by the Campus Activities Board to promote safe sex and sexual education.
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