In an effort to revamp SLO’s live music scene, two local musicians have brought an underground music festival to the surface.
The mental toll of combat can far outlast the war itself, author Kevin Powers told a packed house at the CPAC on March 25. The award-winning author of “The Yellow Birds” knows this firsthand. He was a machine gunner in the Iraq war, where he experienced the brutality of war itself.
The results are in—Current ASCC vice president Daniel Cadwell will be next years’ student body president. One hundred and two Cuesta students who voted in the election, Cadwell won with 61 percent of the vote and Alex Medina lost with 31 percent. Salvador Arrendondo ran unopposed for vice president, and won with 87 votes.
Stress is everywhere—in the workplace, at school and home. According to the Depression and Anxiety Association of America, Eighty percent of college students report feeling stress and 34 percent report feeling depressed.
SLO's new skate park hasn't been open for a month and has already seen negative feedback from the community. The concerns include littering and illegal activity at the park along with debates over enforcement of wearing full pads.
Cuesta smokers may be forced to light up off campus. In a recent ASCC poll, the majority of Cuesta students polled voted to support a proposed campus wide tobacco ban. The ban would eliminate the three designated smoking zones on campus.
After months of planning, spending of the $275 million bond has been put into action. On March 4, the board of trustees selected the committee which will review expenditure reports, inform the public, and present annual reports on the $275 million Measure L bond.
For students interested in obtaining an associate degree in nursing (RN) or the licensed vocational nurse program (LVN), the Cuesta nursing department is hosting two informational sessions this April.