EUGENE, Ore. -- The University of Oregon Interfraternity Council has launched a campaign to spread awareness about sexual assault on campus.
If you drive around Greek Row you may have seen teal banners that say "#It'sOnDucks." Greek members told us the banners have been on most, if not all of the more than 30 fraternities and sororities at the UO since the Ducks last home football game in November.
"It's a message everyone can get behind,” said Louie Legear, the Brotherhood Chair with Sigma Chi. “It's definitely a big problem for fraternity and sorority life nationally. So, us putting our foot in and publicizing our feelings about sexual assault is really big."
He said they plan on having the banners up until the end of the year.
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