The program has had a poor turnout in the past, but Safer coordinator Christina Kaviani hopes more people will sign up this time.
Cal Poly Safer is looking to hire a new member, according to Safer coordinator Christina Kaviani.
“My first reaction is that (these statistics) give a false sense of what the reality is,” Safer coordinator Christina Kaviani said.
Safer will relaunch the relatively inactive blog, which allows victims of sexual assault to share their experiences anonymously.
Safer is fighting a misconception that college campuses don’t reprimand students found guilty of sexual assault.
Cal Poly’s Gender Equity Center has no problem being a bold force on campus. It enlisted the help of a life-size, dancing vagina to promote “The Vagina Monologues” in February, and supporters are often seen sporting their “I (heart) consensual sex” T-shirts. But Safer, the center’s sexual assault and relationship violence prevention program, is creating controversy in a new place: the Internet.