The Invisible War, the 2012 documentary about sexual assault in the US military, has made significant waves in the military community since its release; then-Secretary of Defense Leon Panetta used the film as a starting point for broader program to address sexual assault in the military. It's a powerful documentary. It may be emotionally difficult to watch (trigger warning), but there's a reason it was nominated for the Academy Award for Best Documentary this year.
Tonight, in honor of Sexual Assault Awareness Month, the Wellness Center (in sponsorship with many on-campus groups) will screen The Invisible War in the Ward Circle Building, Room 1 at 8pm. The film will be preceded by a panel discussion about institutional responses to sexual assault at 7pm.
This is an important if difficult film that deserves to be watched. Use this opportunity on campus if you're able.