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Campus Climate Survey seeks to use data to strengthen sexual violence resources

Campus Climate Survey seeks to use data to strengthen sexual violence resources

by Johann Derek Oribello, Staff Writer // April 17, 2019

To improve sexual assault prevention and intervention services, San Diego State sent out a campus-wide email on April 8 featuring a survey to better understand...

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Kavanaugh confirmation sparks campus conversations about sexual assault resources

by Maya Al-Zaben, Contributor // October 10, 2018

During the battle over now-Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanugh's confirmation, which centered around the former judge's alleged sexual misconduct at his...

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Students don’t always receive safety alerts for reports of sexual assault. Why?

by Bella Ross, Staff Writer // December 12, 2017

At the end of a semester that has seen a number of reported cases of sexual violence on campus, some San Diego State students have found themselves questioning...

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March addresses campus sexual violence

March addresses campus sexual violence

by Jocelyn Moran, Senior Staff Writer // April 19, 2017

As part of Take Back the Week, organizers created a space for San Diego State students to share their experiences in order to spread sexual assault awareness...

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Sexual violence is a serious issue, but there are many resources to help

by Hannah Willis, Staff Columnist // March 23, 2016

According to the National Sexual Violence Resource Center website, “One in five women and one in 16 men are sexually assaulted while in college.” College,...

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Data shows most on-campus sexual assaults occur in dorms

Data shows most on-campus sexual assaults occur in dorms

by Emely Navarro, Senior Staff Writer // December 9, 2015

Most of the violent sexual offenses reported to San Diego State Police over the past three years occurred in campus residence halls. While reporting...

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Feminist speaker discusses sex, rape culture in America

by Adriana Millar, Senior Staff Writer // November 4, 2015

Nationally recognized feminist writer and activist Jaclyn Friedman will speak on campus Wednesday in a discussion titled, “Sex in America: Beyond Prudes,...

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SDSU hosts second Let’s Talk briefing

by Christine Whitman , Senior Staff Writer // October 22, 2015

On Thursday, Sept. 24, San Diego State hosted the second event in its monthly series of Let’s Talk briefings at Scripps Cottage. The event featured a...

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SDSU starts series addressing rape culture

by Sarah Tanori, Senior Staff Writer // October 9, 2015

As the instances of sexual assault continue to rise on college campuses, rape culture finds itself at the center of conversations around the nation. Rape...

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Letter: We need classes on sexual assault and self-defense

September 30, 2015

I am a social work major who transferred from a community college. I studied in different countries before coming to the United States. First, I studied...

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Fraternity course on sexual violence grows

by David Hernandez, News Editor // April 16, 2015

This semester a record number of students are enrolled in FratMANners, a San Diego State course that stands for Fraternity Men Against Negative Environments...

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Student arrested in alleged sexual assault sues SDSU

Student arrested in alleged sexual assault sues SDSU

by Jamie Ballard, Staff Writer // April 16, 2015

During a week in which San Diego State is hosting several events to bring awareness to sexual assault, a suspended student who was the suspect of a sexual...

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