Get involved

Get involved

With college admission offices seeing more applications than ever before, students are constantly on the lookout for opportunities to give themselves a competitive edge.
Tellus a story

Tellus a story

Take a quick look around you the next time you sit down to prepare for class. It’s possible that some of the students surrounding you are published authors. You’ll find them in classes you might expect to, like english, but you’ll also find them in your math, science and even accounting classes.
Book of the year

Book of the year

Héctor Tobar, author of The Barbarian Nurseries and weekly columnist for Los Angeles Times, will be visiting Cuesta College for a book signing and lecture.
Give your debit card a break

Give your debit card a break

Many college students live paycheck to paycheck, but thankfully there is a way to avoid eating ramen noodles every night and still save a couple of bucks.
Only one way out

Only one way out

Paying somebody to lock me in an eerie hotel room was not my ideal Friday night, but with enough convincing, I headed to The Locked Inn to see how well I stood against an array of clues and a ticking clock.
Toy Boat sets sail

Toy Boat sets sail

A newly formed quartet from the Cuesta Jazz Combo program named Toy Boat is playing on the radio and shaking up the music scene around campus.
Students speak in front of Congress

Students speak in front of Congress

There are 12 million community college students across the nation and every year the American Student Association of Community Colleges chooses students from various locations to attend the National Student Advocacy Conference taking place March 12 to 15, to get student voices heard.
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