Safer assistant coordinator Cheri Love explains how Cal Poly meets the recommendations the federal government has suggested for public universities to help prevent sexual assault.
Mustang News beer columnist Nick Larson was having a routine Friday morning. It was getting close to 11 a.m. when he noticed someone was at his front door. He opened it and found two Cal Poly university police officers.
Three weeks after passing a party registration policy draft, fraternity presidents are experiencing problems with registering their social events with the new system.
Cal Poly spokesperson Matt Lazier said the event began with “a handful of people.”
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Dean of Students Jean DeCosta is looking into three reported fraternity parties that took place while greek life members were still on social probation.
On Wednesday, greek leaders and administrators agreed on a party registration compromise with rules that are even more nuanced and, therefore, more difficult to enforce than the complete ban we’ve seen the past five weeks.
The advocacy committee is working on understanding the executive order and has met with Dean of Students Jean DeCosta to discuss the policy.
DeCosta, Humphrey, and O’Hagan were all supportive of the new policy proposed by greek council presidents,
“My first reaction is that (these statistics) give a false sense of what the reality is,” Safer coordinator Christina Kaviani said.