Baylor junior Julieth Reyes cover her mouth with tape during a rally a rally of current and former Baylor students warning of sexually assaults on and off campus, Friday, June 3, 2016, in Waco, Texas. Calling the rally Un-silence the Survivors, they read an open letter to the administration about improvements on how the school should handle sexual assaults after observing a moment of silence.
Baylor junior Julieth Reyes cover her mouth with tape during a rally a rally of current and former Baylor students warning of sexually assaults on and off campus, Friday, June 3, 2016, in Waco, Texas. Calling the rally Un-silence the Survivors, they read an open letter to the administration about improvements on how the school should handle sexual assaults after observing a moment of silence. Rod Aydelotte Waco Tribune Herald, via AP
Baylor junior Julieth Reyes cover her mouth with tape during a rally a rally of current and former Baylor students warning of sexually assaults on and off campus, Friday, June 3, 2016, in Waco, Texas. Calling the rally Un-silence the Survivors, they read an open letter to the administration about improvements on how the school should handle sexual assaults after observing a moment of silence. Rod Aydelotte Waco Tribune Herald, via AP

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