Students were previously paid $50 per class each quarter, with this amount increasing to $55 per class when minimum wage changed to $11 in California.
All the proceeds from the Zombie Run for Autism went directly to the Central Coast Autism Spectrum Center.
How a club on campus is involved in providing fresh water for people in underdeveloped countries as well as serving the local community on a weekly basis
Jaymi Boynton found a family connection she was missing thousands of miles from home in Lorraine Bailey.
Growing Grounds is a part of Transition Mental Health Association and incorporates horticulture therapy.
Animal science students are putting the Cat Program on campus to use.
“Friday Club” is the name given to the 407 kinesiology lab where students help athletes with disabilities meet their exercise goals to compete in the Special Olympics. The program began 13 years ago and continues to be a place for students to learn how to work with and understand people with disabilities as well as encourage […]
“I’ve always valued the incredible feeling you get when you help someone else.”
ECOSLO also puts on a number of docent and ranger-lead hikes throughout San Luis Obispo County.
The Woods Humane Society will have 4 to 6 cats per week on display at Petco in San Luis Obispo, Calif. within the next three weeks.
Two San Luis Obispo trails were renovated on Sunday Oct. 10 by the Central Coast Concerned Mountain Bikers (CCCMB) to improve their safety and accessibility to users.