Ever pondered the flavor of liquid nitrogen or dreamt about a private tour of the Hearst Castle? This is just another day in the lives for members from a few of the many clubs at Cuesta.
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.
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.
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.
It’s spring semester and summer is just around the corner, and now is the time to start planning your summer of a lifetime. With Cuesta’s help, students have the opportunity to travel as well as gain college credit.
Body cameras-originally used by the SLO police department for motorcycle officers, have undergone a recent rise in popularity. These cameras are now being worn by many officers on the street, within the jails, and soon on Cuesta College’s SLO campus.
The blank white walls of the Harold J. Miossi Art Gallery are host to Cuesta College's newest form of experimental art. The gallery's usually crowded walls, act as a canvas for the projected piece Still Moving, The Art of Video, the first gallery exhibit of 2015.
Want to get free food for not using your phone in class? There's an app for that. Pocket Points rewards students for keeping their phones tucked away during class, and is now available at Cuesta and Cal Poly.