30-Minute Update: Athletics expands drug testing, a look at the Cal Poly Logging Team

Mustang News anchors Julian DelGaudio and Olivia DeGennaro update you on Mustang News’ biggest stories this week.

Attempted sexual assault near Mott Gym reported

The survivor escaped and was not injured.

‘Yes Means Yes’ reinforces university practices

For Cal Poly, Senate bill 967, commonly referred to as “Yes Means Yes,” reinforces existing policy.

Woman reports sexual assault at PIKE party

A woman reported being sexually assaulted at a Pi Kappa Alpha off-campus party on Friday.

California redefines consensual sex for college students

The bill also mandates guidelines colleges and universities must follow when conducting investigations into sexual assault complaints.

Mustang News Weekly Recap, Sept. 25, 2014: Safer provides confidentiality, changes come to campus dining

Mustang News anchors Ben King and Bukky Babalola recap Mustang News’ biggest stories this week.

Safer to train local bars on recognizing sexual assault

Bystander intervention could make its way downtown, thanks to Safer’s Safe Bars program, which would be used to train bar managers, bartenders and bouncers.

Cal Poly officials: University ahead of White House recommendations to prevent sexual assault

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.

For Safer, new hire brings new opportunities

Cheri Love’s first day on the job was April 1 — the beginning of sexual assault awareness month.

'Why are vaginas important to you?'

100 men touched on the importance of vaginas in the Gender Equity Center’s (GEC) VMEN video, which premiered at the PEN15 club on Feb. 27.

Mustang News, Feb. 27, 2014: Police report alleged assault, 3 ASI candidates announced

Mustang News anchor Olivia DeGennaro covers today’s top stories at Cal Poly.