Two recognized artists of the breakcore genre have teamed up to create something beautiful.
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.
Students have one week left to vote for the next ASCC vice president and president, which are up for grabs in this week’s election. The race for ASCC president will come down to two candidates: Daniel Cadwell and Alex Medina.
When listening to the Fifty Shades of Gray original motion picture soundtrack you’ll find yourself being sucked into the irresistible tone that the songs speak. The entire soundtrack gives off this sort of vibe, with its twisty notes and dominating theme; it certainly pours out sheer pleasure and is alluring to the senses.
Cuesta’s campus safety building only has six months to live. It will be one of 28 portables to be removed from campus before fall semester. Back in February, the Board of Trustees accepted the certified election results—formally recognizing that voters passed the $275 million college bond known as Measure L. This is the first bond passed for Cuesta in 40 years.
Cuesta College’s Veterans Resource Center encouraged all attendees to wear green to “Luck of the Vets” resource fair. The fair featured various local agencies specifically aimed at providing information on the local resources and services available to veterans.
After 27 years of good music, food and brew, SLO Brewing Co. has announced that it will be closing down its current location on Garden St. and will be moving to a smaller location this summer of 2015.