LSU students take stand against bullying with project
BATON ROUGE - A group of LSU students took their class project into other classrooms around Baton Rouge.
The anti-bullying campaign, "To Be Honest," was created by the LSU PRSSA Bateman Team.
The campaign was heavily based on social media but also included an educational program that will be implemented into the Boys and Girls Club after-school programs and BREC summer camps.
They said they received more than 1,500 pledges from students and the community to stand against bullying.
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