A unique fashion competition is coming back to campus for the third year in a row. Representatives from Millersville University (MU) clubs and organizations will have to put their creativity to the test by creating fabulous looks on their models. However, these designers will not be working with silk or lace. The outfits must be made entirely out of packaged condoms.

Project Condom is a fun event that is designed to bring safe sex awareness to Millersville students. The outfits will be displayed in Reighard Multipurpose Room (MPR) at 7 p.m. on Nov. 6.

The main event of Project Condom is the fashion show but there will also be plenty more to do including educational tables and games for students to play.

This event is organized by The Center for Health Education and Promotion (CHEP), a campus organization that educates students on topics including sexual health, and drug and alcohol safety.

This is a free event. If you have any questions, please contact chep@millersville.edu.

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