The WSU Violence Prevention Program is launching a new program that brings cupcakes, coffee and violence prevention under the same roof.
Beginning today, community members interested in learning more about violence prevention can stop by the Center for Health Promotion at the Health and Wellness office between 10 a.m. and 1 p.m. There will be free cupcakes, coffee and an information session about community groups that program coordinator Sarah Wilcock says will make the WSU community safer.
Today’s program will focus on stalking prevention, though the program will continue through the semester by focusing on a different dimension of violence prevention each week.
“The series will act as a hub for different violence prevention efforts by building relationships with the various violence prevention groups on campus,” Wilcock said.
Violence prevention groups like Green Dot will have the chance to provide information about their organization and their efforts to promote a peaceful campus environment.
“The goal of the program is to create a more nonviolent campus community,” Wilcock said.