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Resource fair brings awareness of sexual assault prevention

students go into table booths to look

Jacob Pascua

April 25, 2018

Students got the opportunity to learn about CSUN's sexual assault prevention resources as they gathered in the Plaza del Sol Tuesday afternoon.The peer-education program Project DATE organized the event as a part of their Sexual Assault Awareness for Everyone, or SAAFE, Week. The week-long event is ...

Blues Project Tabling Fair advocates mental health services

Blues projects member speaks with student at booth

Meliss Arteaga

November 15, 2016

The Blues Project, a peer education program for depression and mental health on campus, brought in a crowd of students to its annual tabling fair, featuring advocates from health services on and off campus. Students were provided educational activities, informational flyers, pamphlets, live music,...

Matador News: April 14th, 2015

Matador News: April 14th, 2015

Matador News

April 14, 2015

Mayor Garcetti speaks at CSUN, and Matador News reporter Alexi Chidbachian talks to Project DATE instructor Lucy Lee about Sexual Assault Prevention Week at CSUN. Anchors: Maria Cartaya, Janelle Marie, Janette Mata and Sarina Sandoval Producer: Frankie Benkovic

Project DATE speak out on the date rape nail detector

Project DATE speak out on the date rape nail detector

Silvia Gutierrez

October 15, 2014 Students from Project DATE, as well as the Department Chair of Gender & Women's Studies, speak out about a nail polish that can help detect drugs in liquids. The nail varnish is an idea that was developed by four male students from North Carolina State University. Their...

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