As students walked by the Free Expression Tunnel, one curious bystander stopped and asked what was going on. This past Sunday, members of The Movement, an organization here at NC State consisting of both men and women whose goal is to end interpersonal violence, came together and decided to spray paint the Free Expression Tunnel to kick off Domestic Violence Awareness Month. The purpose of the event was to paint the tunnel with statistics about current studies about domestic violence. “We want people to remember people who have and survived and for people to advocate against domestic violence,” said Lauren Brookshire, a senior in International Studies and one of the coordinators for the event. The event is one of three this month hosted by the Movement to include the discussion panel on October 21st in Talley from 7pm to 9pm; the panel will discuss the experiences of domestic violence within the GLBT (Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, and Transgender), African-American, Latino, and college communities.