As the smoke clears after Sex Week 2014, reflection and assessment has begun. Only its second year on campus, Sex Week has made its impact felt since being introduced in spring 2013.
Similarly to last year, the "Lip Sync for Your Life: Drag Show," co-sponsored with Lambda Student Union, was the most popular event, boasting more than 500 attendees.
Summer Awad, executive board member of SEAT and sophomore studying sociology, said approximately 60 people had to be turned away at the door.
Events with speakers like Megan Andelloux, who brought in more than 200 attendees, were also popular.
Colleen Ryan ...