Photo by | Ali Osgood
Photo by | Ali Osgood

Check It Celebrates its Three Year Anniversary

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By | Ali Osgood

Check It celebrated its three year anniversary on Friday night. A group of students with the African American Center for Academic Excellence (AACAE) belt out TLC’s “No Scrubs” while the crowd sang along . The stage was open to any brave soul willing to belt it to their favorite song, and when the karaoke ended? The floor transformed into a sea of dancing students.

Check It is a Humboldt State student run program working to prevent sexual assault on campus. On their third birthday, the program hosted a “lounge night”. Attendance was free, and they provided guests with food, stickers, a photobooth, and a rockin’ dance party.

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Check It Peer Educators stand outside the Kate Buchanan room on Friday, Feb. 24 during a successful celebration of their three year anniversary. (From left) Mike Tjoelker, Celene Lopez, Mary Sue Savage, Carmen Peña-Gutierrez, Yvette Cerna, Jayda Kosar, and Marco Gonzalez.

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Check It volunteers slice a chocolate cake while guests line up to get a piece. The Check It crew also offered free pizza and snacks for the anniversary party guests.

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HSU alumnus Jacob Stadtfeld DJ’s during the three year anniversary Check It celebration. Nearly 300 students attended the party and enjoyed karaoke, a photo booth, button making, and an epic dance party.

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Check It promotes consent and reaches out to students on campus through multiple social media accounts. According to their Facebook mission statement, they are a “student led project that’s about preventing and responding to sexual assault, dating violence, and stalking here on campus.”

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