Let’s talk about sex, Mustangs

Two alleged rapes, one of which was on campus, and an issue surrounding Cal Poly administration’s acceptance of the SAFER “I (heart) consensual sex” T-shirts are raising concerns about the lack of sexual topics discussed on campus.

Student arrested in Sigma Phi Epsilon sexual assault case

San Luis Obispo police officers have arrested a Cal Poly student in connection with a sexual assault case at the Sigma Phi Epsilon fraternity on May 7.

Second rape reported at Cal Poly

Cal Poly’s University Police Department issued an alert today of an alleged sexual assault in Poly Canyon Village on Thursday, May 12.

Recent crimes don’t reflect statistics

Justin Hirsch, a 21-year-old San Luis Obispo resident, was walking downtown at approximately 2:40 a.m. Feb. 6 when a man attacked him, stabbing him multiple times. He doesn’t remember exactly where he was stabbed downtown — he was too busy…

Greek Week raises funds for local programs

Cal Poly’s Greek Week had more than 40 fraternities and sororities going head-to-head in an array of events including basketball, flag football, arm wrestling and an academic decathlon.

“Real men” wear heels to stop violence against women

The San Luis Obispo Sexual Assault Recovery and Prevention Center held the eighth annual Walk at the park as part of Sexual Assault Awareness Month and to raise money for their programs helping survivors of sexual assault crimes.

Most sexual assault cases unreported on campus

According to the U.S. Department of Justice, one in five women in college will be sexually assaulted. Furthermore, 90 -95 percent of all college cases go unreported according to the Center for Public Integrity.