Ever pondered the flavor of liquid nitrogen or dreamt about a private tour of the Hearst Castle? This is just another day in the lives for members from a few of the many clubs at Cuesta.
When knocking on the door of a CSU or UC, the Intersegmental General Education Transfer Curriculum (IGETC) is the key to opening these doors, and many possible combinations of this key are left uncharted for no definite reason at all.
Many college students struggle to find a place to live, especially in SLO where rent isn’t cheap and demand is high. Some find themselves living in deteriorating places just because they have nowhere else to go.
Sixty-seven students were found to have cheated in April on Dr. Anthony Koeninger’s History 207A: History of the U.S. class. Koeninger, who had planned on retiring in 2017 will be leaving Cuesta College following the fall semester in the wake of the scandal.
Solving math problems can come easy to some, but can be extremely difficult for others to manage. There are those who can quickly figure out an equation after being taught a few lessons on how to do so, but then there are people who sit at their desks late at night with crumpled papers all around, banging their heads in total frustration because they just don’t get it.
Join in the aloha spirit with Cuesta’s Kinesiology and Wellness facility as they host their 3rd annual Cuesta College 5k on May 8. The Hawaiian themed run will take place at the San Luis Obispo campus track at 4 p.m.
With just weeks left in the semester, The Cuestonian sat down with outgoing ASCC president Scott Chedester. He reflected on his year as student body president and talked about changes he has brought to Cuesta.