It’s Sexual Assault Awareness Month, and in honor of its victims everywhere, I decided to discuss it.
San Luis Obispo Sexual Assault Recovery and Prevention Center “Walk a Mile in Her Shoes” event against sexual violence, Apr. 28, 2012.
After three reported rapes within nine days, discussions of sexual assault has taken a forefront in the Cal Poly community, though, the real statistics and history of sexual assault at Cal Poly resembles those of other campuses.
A third alleged rape was reported at Cal Poly on Monday, according to a University Police Department press release. According to the release, the reported rape occurred in the victim’s room in Poly Canyon Village on Sunday, May 15.
Blogger says we need to stand together as a community to prevent sexual assault in light of recent reported rapes.
San Luis Obispo sees men strut through downtown for the ninth annual “Walk a Mile in Her Shoes” event.
A 15-year-old male was arrested in connection with the rape of a 19-year-old woman late Friday, Sept. 17., in her home on Murray Street, according to Chief Deputy District Attorney, Jerret Gran.
Cal Poly club tries to raise awareness on an issue and an area of the world that they say has been largely forgotten.