INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) - A group of Butler University students is working with local schools in an effort to end bullying.
A team of Butler University communication students organized "the Quest for Respect." The group paired with the Monon Community Center's Extended School Enrichment program to bring awareness to the issue of bullying. Furthermore, the group is seeking to end bystanding.
The Quest for Respect uses three principles to inspire local children to make a change in their school. The group will be promoting the "See Something? Say Something. Do Something!" principles Monday and Tuesday at Towne Meadow and College Wood.
Four communications students, Lexi Chopp, Jacqueline Cromleigh, Allyson Dobberteen, and Stephanie Hodgin developed the group as part of the Public Relations Student Society of America's national Bateman Competition.
For more information, please visit the group's website.
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