Articles Tagged With ‘Cuesta College’

Cuesta College presents family-friendly “Three Musketeers”

The Cuesta College Drama Department presents the dazzling swordplay of d’Artagnan and “The Three Musketeers” in a family-friendly performance with video projections, live music, singing, dancing, and lavish costumes. Based on the novel by Alexandre Dumas, this rollicking tale set... (Continue reading)

Vandals destroy 30 trees at Cuesta College

Vandals uprooted 30 trees, valued at $4,000,  near the entrance to Cuesta College’s North County Campus in Paso Robles last week. As a result of the vandalism, the campus is planning to install security cameras and replace the  stolen greenery... (Continue reading)

Former Cuesta College President Grace Mitchell dead at 78

Dr. Grace Mitchell, the first woman to serve as president of Cuesta College, died Monday at her home in Marin County following a lengthy illness. She was 78. Mitchell joined Cuesta in 1989 as the college’s third president. She retired... (Continue reading)

Cuesta College struggles with debt

Cuesta College’s board will decide in three weeks if as many as 50 positions will be eliminated as the institution struggles to close a $3 million budget deficit. President Gil Stork said Tuesday his plan also envisions shaving of courses... (Continue reading)

Cuesta Book of the Year returns in March

Community and the neighborhoods we call home is the theme of Cuesta College’s Book of the Year that brings author Peter Lovenheim to the college’s Cultural and Performing Arts Center on March 27. Organizers of this year’s event, which includes... (Continue reading)

Cuesta College faculty speak to accreditation problems

OPINION By CUESTA COLLEGE FEDERATION TEACHERS Given the recent news about Cuesta College being required to “show cause” as to why it should remain an accredited institution, the Cuesta College faculty wish to help our local community better understand what... (Continue reading)

Cuesta College hires accreditation consultant

Cuesta College officials have taken the first step in getting the school’s accreditation back on track. Cuesta College has hired a consultant to help the college find areas the campus needs to address in order to reaffirm its accreditation. [Tribune]... (Continue reading)

Cuesta College to host wine exports symposium

In an effort to help the wine industry reach new international markets, the Business and Entrepreneurship Center at Cuesta College will host a free wine exports symposium on Thursday, Feb. 23 from 4:30 to 7:30 p.m. at Galaxy Colony Square... (Continue reading)

Cuesta College employees sue over alleged sexual harassment

Four women filed suit in December against a Cuesta College faculty chair, the college and several campus officials claiming ongoing sexual harassment and the college’s failure to respond to complaints. [Tribune] Three claimants contend Don Norton, Cuesta’s division chair of... (Continue reading)

Oh Cuesta, my Cuesta

OPINION By MARILYN ROSSA My heart hurts right now. My Cuesta College is seriously wounded. Many of you have been here long enough to remember. There was a time when you only had to interview at Cuesta to fall in... (Continue reading)