sexual assault awareness month

College screens “Surviving R. Kelly” documentary for Sexual Assault Awareness Month

By Jason Sisson / April 17, 2019

The fifth inning of game one was underway and Clackamas Community College’s baseball team was tied with Chemeketa when R. Kelly’s “Ignition (Remix)” began blaring — scratchy, of course — through the field’s speakers, pinging off the eardrums of lethargic fans and players. Just three days earlier and barely a quarter mile away, the college…

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Sexual assault: not just women

By Summer Barraza / April 17, 2018

April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month (SAAM,) a time to acknowledge and support all survivors of sexual violence. Events are scheduled all month on campus to promote SAAM and get students involved in the discussion of helping those in need; no matter who you are, these events are designed to be inclusive for all students.…

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Sexual assault awareness month

By Jeanette Wright / April 17, 2018

One in five women experience sexual assault. Fifty percent of transgender individuals experience sexual violence. One in 33 men experience rape or attempted rape in their lifetime. With statistics like these, reported by the Bureau of Justice and the Rape, Abuse and Incest National Network, recognizing the importance of sexual assault awareness is the key…

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College raises awareness of sexual assault

By Elizabeth Kessel / April 18, 2017

By Elizabeth Kessel Walking across campus at night can be scary for many college students. Now, add on the fact that someone may be following or watching students at night. What should a student do in that situation? April is sexual assault awareness month when people raise awareness about sexual assault and how people can…

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