On January 24, several homeless people living along Prado Road in San Luis Obispo were forced to move from the area by San Luis Obispo Police. San Luis Obispo Public […]
When art and design senior Kat Schroeder arrived at Mitchell Park on Feb. 28, she was handed a candle and a small Lego figurine. She sat on the grass as […]
When psychology freshman Peyton Varner was 11 years old, she couldn’t comprehend that the unsheltered individuals she saw living on the street wouldn’t receive any Christmas presents. That year, she asked Santa Claus only for items that she could give to those living on the street, and this led Varner to take the first steps toward establishing Pea’s Blessing Bags.
Eaddy decided to do something about it. Along with child development sophomore Olivia Boles, Eaddy started making care packages for the homeless community in San Luis Obispo (SLO).
Currently, the only way to cross the murky water is by student-built structures that are constantly on the verge of collapse.
After a few Craigslist searches and mishaps, Hallie Lassiter got into the front seat of a newly acquired 2003 Dodge Ram 2500 Sprinter and screamed. Depending on how you spin […]
In Feb. 2019, 20 members of AGC will continue to work on constructing the interior of tiny homes for veterans in need.
Doggy Days, created by animal science alumni, is a monthly event that offers free vet services.
Shelters and warming centers are open for the 1,515 homeless citizens in the area.
You may have been noticing new meters downtown — but they’re not for parking.