The Cross Cultural Centers and Safer host dozens of events each quarter, but you definitely don’t want to miss these nine, which are free, fun and open to everyone.
Members of the men’s lacrosse team, men’s soccer team and women’s basketball team participated in the new campaign.
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.
Safer will relaunch the relatively inactive blog, which allows victims of sexual assault to share their experiences anonymously.
Sex trivia, prizes, free food and fun facts about the sex culture at Cal Poly will take over Dexter Lawn Tuesday Nov. 11 from 11 a.m. to1 p.m., for Healthy Sex on Dex, a new event hosted by Safer and students from the recreation, parks and tourism administration department.
Mustang News reporter Ashley DeVriend explains the difference SAFER is making on campus through their Clothesline Project.