The BEARS (Bowdoin Experiences and Attitudes about Relationships and Sex) survey, which aims to capture and understand the campus climate regarding sex, relationships and sexual and dating violence, will go live on Sunday and will be open until Spring Break. The results of the survey will inform the programming of the Office of Gender Violence Prevention. Similar surveys have been conducted at colleges across the country, including Williams College and Colby College. Director of Gender Violence Prevention and Education Benje Douglas hopes to get as many responses as possible so that the survey is representative of student experiences. To that end, there will be tables in David Saul Smith Union and the dining halls, email reminders, a poster campaign, a Facebook group and a thermometer display in Smith Union showing the response rate. Depending on the response rate, the information should be released sometime next fall.