A bowling alley — complete with a concert hall, multiple bars and a restaurant — is expected to open soon in heart of downtown San Luis Obispo. San Luis Obispo planning commissioners recently approved plans for the 24,500-square-foot, three-story building on 1144 Chorro St. near Marsh St.
The Cuesta College Rodeo club saw success in its first year at the 2015 College National Finals Rodeo. Student athletes Tristan Ruffoni and Dalton Pearce got seventh place in the team roping competition.
The Cuesta College Rodeo Club, which was formed last fall, is sending four of its members to compete in the 2015 College National Finals Rodeo in Casper, Wyoming. The rodeo started on June 13 and goes until June 20.
The years we spend in college will define us as we grow into adults. An important part of becoming a well-rounded individual is developing a more sophisticated taste in music. As adults we should strive to find music that represents our growth as people and challenges us as listeners. Growing up is hard to do but here are three albums that will make your transition into a musically cultured adult a little bit easier. Enjoy.
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.
Approximately 150 runners and walkers turned out for Cuesta’s third annual 5K run/walk May 8. The event, held at the Cuesta track, raised $5,000 for the recreation and kinesiology department.
After 30 years of jazz ensembles at Cuesta, the American jazz and blues magazine DownBeat named Cuesta College’s jazz combo Sperdak the best community college small jazz combo in the nation.