From the darkness he emerged, wearing a cape and matching black attire, his eyes glowing a deep, bloody red. Theater major Bo Branum was irresistibly seductive in the titular role of the Cuesta Theatre Department’s latest play, “Dracula.” Branum, with that evil smile, was a smoking hot devil for sure.
Head Basketball coach Rusty Blair has a knack for getting international players to come to Cuesta. Out of 12 players on this season’s squad 4 are from outside the United States. 1 of the 4 international players on this years squad is Rafael Casanova.
All of the pictures on the wall of Pizza Republic are lined up perfectly straight. This may not seem like an important characteristic for a pizza joint, but it’s that kind of attention to detail that someone like me looks for in a restaurant.
Cuesta College’s art department has been stirring up a collection of pieces to delight students, teachers and the rest of the county. The exhibit’s grand opening was on Nov. 14 from 4 to 7 p.m. and will remain open for the community until Dec. 12.
The mystic sound sloshing around that makes up the newly released “Ruins” by Portland inhabitant, Grouper, is an organic and acoustic addition to the sounds of intimacy she’s released almost annually for the past decade.
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The once bright green and fluffy lawns that cover Cuesta are forming brown spots, with various-sized weeds shooting up as California’s three-year old drought continues with no end in sight. For Cuesta, the challenges are especially difficult because administration officials say there is little the college can do to further reduce water consumption.
It is notoriously difficult to schedule an appointment with a Cuesta counselor. What if you didn’t need an appointment to meet your counselor? What if you could meet them after work hours, or at 10, midnight, or even 3 a.m? This may sound like a dream, but it will soon be a reality thanks to an online program called Degree Works.