FARGO - Offering a voice to survivors of sexual assault is the goal at NDSU's Memorial Union Gallery for the next two weeks.
Dozens of shirts are in the gallery with different stories of sexual assault and domestic violence.
The shirts are designed by survivors, and family and friends, with written messages and illustrations.
The purpose is to educate the public and honor the courage of those who've been affected.
One in five women will experience sexual assault in college.
"For those who don't know that much about it, they can come on into the gallery and they can really visually start to see the impact this has on our community," said Kelsey Keimig, NDSU Sexual Assault Prevention and Advocacy.
The Clothesline Project will be on display until April 6.