Cuesta partakes in national heart month

Cuesta partakes in national heart month

When was the last time you got a check up? Cuesta College’s Student Health Center is getting in on the national heart month by providing students a free snack, a chance to win a gift card and a free check-up every Thursday in February.
University representatives coming to campus

University representatives coming to campus

Students looking to transfer to a four year university have the opportunity to meet with college representatives. CSU’s, UC’s, technical colleges, and even out state universities are coming to Cuesta over the course of the semester.
ASCC hopes to gain larger social media following

ASCC hopes to gain larger social media following

The Associated Students of Cuesta College (ASCC) is now paying students to like their Facebook page. This payment will come in the form of a chance to win a gift card to a yet-to-be-determined establishment. The ASCC started the Social Media Campaign in hopes to get more "likes" on the their Facebook page.
Cuesta reacts to free college proposal

Cuesta reacts to free college proposal

A new nationwide proposal by President Obama would make two years of community college free and universal like high school. America’s Promise College Proposal would waive tuition for students who maintain a GPA of 2.5 or higher, attend school at least half-time, and make steady progress towards earning a degree.
Battle of the cultures

Battle of the cultures

The age old battle between the corporate new kid on the block and local mom & pop's will soon commence as yet another frozen yogurt shop is planned to open downtown San Luis Obispo.
Students share giant kiss in Cougar Park

Students share giant kiss in Cougar Park

The Art History Club will be hosting a fundraiser in Cougar Park on Feb. 17 and 18 from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. The cost will be $3 and proceeds will raise money to support the activities of The Art History Club.
Cuesta Police to implement body cameras

Cuesta Police to implement body cameras

Body cameras-originally used by the SLO police department for motorcycle officers, have undergone a recent rise in popularity. These cameras are now being worn by many officers on the street, within the jails, and soon on Cuesta College’s SLO campus.
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