Imagine if you were allergic to doing something you love. What if you broke out into a rash every time you surfed Facebook or watched Game of Thrones? This is what first semester student Bradlee Sanchez has to deal with, except her passion is swimming. Sanchez is allergic to water yet can’t seem to get enough of it.
With blood, sweat, tears, and more blood comes Dracula to Cuesta College’s Cultural and Performing Arts Center (CPAC). Written by Bram Stoker and originally published in 1897, Dracula is not the new kid on the block, but rather the guy that owns the block.
Cuesta’s accreditation status is looking solid, according to a report by the visiting ACCJC accreditation team. Joe Wyse, Superintendent of Shasta College, spoke on behalf of the accreditation team. “To go from three to four years ago to that is a very strong commendation to you,” Weiss said, “so good job.”
A new evacuation map has recently been created by the Cuesta Police Department in an easy to read, color-coded image. One of these evaluation maps will soon be seen in the back of every classroom.
Approximately 15,000 visitors come to each downtown farmers’ market during the summer months. Attendance drops as the evening weather cools, but the shopping experience can still be elbow-to-elbow. The good news for local shoppers who just want to buy their produce in peace: there are 11 other farmers’ markets throughout the county every week.
It’s 2 a.m. All of the bars have closed and you and your friends are stranded downtown without a ride. Have no fear, Uber—a transportation app that can be downloaded on your cell phone—is here.