Take back the night: Last night, students and faculty members who participated in a march and candlelight vigil against sexual violence listened to Katie Olivero ’01 likened sexual assault to terrorism. According to an article in the Daily D, Olivero stated, “Sex is used as a tool of violence. It is a strategy of war.” Really. Also, philosophy professor Susan Brison read from her recent book, “Aftermath.” She stated that she thinks the Zantop murders were sexually motivated, because they are rooted in our cultural perceptions of masculinity and violence. “We are raising our boys to be violent and not to be empathetic,” she said. Later, participants huddled in the middle of the Green, holding candles. Some Review staffers joined the group briefly, leaving after a male participant read a poem in which he admitted that he was not a woman.