“Take Back the Night” is an event held on many college campuses to bring awareness to sexual assault and domestic abuse. Many on-campus organizations participated in this years demonstration on LBSU campus.
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YWCA presented dozens of decorated T-shirts to raise awareness about sexual assault.
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Christine Blasey Ford addressed the Senate Judiciary Committee Thursday to deliver her testimony of sexual assault allegations she made against Judge Brett Kavanaugh, President Trump’s Supreme Court Nominee. Republicans have, surely, noticed the widespread effect of the “#MeToo” movement and its capability to disgrace the societal status of powerful men[Read More…]
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A small but mighty congregation commanded the attention of the campus Wednesday with loud chants and neon signs as they marched across campus to Take Back the Night. The international event has been fighting for equality and raising awareness of sexual harassment since 1976. This year’s annual event was hosted[Read More…]
An international awareness event and demonstration will make its way to Cal State Long Beach Wednesday evening to Take Back the Night for sexual assault victims — literally. Take Back the Night will be hosted by the Women’s and Gender Equity Center and Associated Students Inc. April 18. The beginning[Read More…]
Push comes to shove – Police received a call reporting an assault in the area surrounding the Human Services and Design buildings at 5:30 p.m. Feb. 1. The student claimed the subject confronted the individual, shoved him and then fled the scene before University authorities arrived. “The subject in this[Read More…]
Suspicious Surveyor Apprehended – Four individuals who were approached by a male survey conductor soliciting personal and sexual information called in the incidents to University Police after the timely warning notice on Dec. 9. Officers were able to identify and apprehend a suspect shortly after. Aaron Kosterlytzky, a student in[Read More…]
Hollywood continues to extinguish any hope for sexual harassment reform. The most notorious offender at the moment, Harvey Weinstein, is the embodiment of all that is wrong with past and present Hollywood. For decades, Weinstein was a revered figure in the film industry, having cofounded both Miramax and The Weinstein[Read More…]