An organization that aims to make college women feel more comfortable in fitness has reached colleges across the U.S. and is now coming to Cal Poly. The club, Changing Health, Attitudes, + Actions To Recreate Girls (CHAARG), is led by political science junior Casey Lundberg who is the Cal Poly CHAARG ambassador and president. Lundberg […]
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