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Anjalie Tandon/KCBX

This week Central Coast politicians and organizations are responding to President Trump’s plans to phase out the Deferred Action on Childhood Arrivals program, or DACA. 

KCBX Two-Way: A ghost bike for Kennedy Love

Sep 8, 2017
Rachel Barnes/Cuestonian

In San Luis Obispo, a hit-and-run crash recently took the life of a Cal Poly student, Kennedy Love. Love was riding a bicycle when he was hit by a car. The car fled the scene but a police investigation quickly located a suspect- a 17-year-old girl - who was identified this week as a Cuesta College student by the college’s campus newspaper, the Cuestonian

Andrew Epperson

There’s currently $1.4 trillion dollars owed in student debt. And that number is only growing. On July 1, student loan interest rates increased by three-quarters of a percentage point. 

Greta Mart/KCBX

[audio of cow mooing, metal clanking, galloping hooves and a lasso swinging through the air]

That’s the sound of a chute gate opening and a steer taking off running. And chasing the steer is a student athlete.

“I go to school at Cuesta College and I rodeo for their rodeo team,” said Will Centoni. “I compete in bull riding, bronc riding, team roping, calf roping, and bull dogging at the college rodeo.”

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A local college is seeking legal clarification surrounding the status of one its students. Bret Stephen Landen, the man accused of threatening an Atascadero elementary school in September, is currently attending Cuesta College. 

Lauren Milbourne, Cuesta College

Back in November of 2014... San Luis Obispo County voters approved a 275-million dollar bond for improvements to Cuesta College... known as Measure L. 

Felony charge for Cuesta College employee accused of personnel data breach

Jun 18, 2015
Cuesta College

A Cuesta College employee is facing a felony charge related to an information breach of college personnel records.

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Broadcast date: 9/10/14

This is part four of our ongoing conversations with the men and women in charge of the Central Coast's public colleges and universities.

Dr. Gil Stork is the president of Cuesta College. He speaks with News Director Randol White about the college district's upcoming $275 million bond measure. Also discussed is how the new Promise Program is working for incoming San Luis Obispo County high school graduates.

Dr. Stork's audio was captured at Cuesta's KGUR studios courtesy of John Arno and Michael Larson.

Full-time student enrollment soars at Cuesta College

Jul 24, 2014
Cuesta College

There is a surge of full-time students looking to attend Cuesta College this fall. The latest figures from the college show a jump of more than 12 percent enrolling in classes throughout San Luis Obispo County.

The fall semester doesn't begin until mid-August, so there are still several weeks remaining for students to register.

The number of students looking to attend Cuesta took a big hit during the recession as budget cuts created a limited class schedule. Also, concern began to grow over the school's accreditation, forcing some to consider colleges elsewhere.

Cuesta Community College has served San Luis Obispo County for over 50 years.  Marisa Waddell talks with Vice President Toni Sommer about the college’s plan for fulfilling community needs going forward, recent gifts, growth, and promise to offer a free first fall semester for every high school graduate in the county.

Brian Reynolds interviews three librarians from SLO County Libraries and Cuesta College, who share insight into the Cuesta College Book of the Year, Orange is the New Black.  They'll talk about upcoming events surrounding the Book of the Year celebrations, discuss issues of incarceration, and how community reading experiences bring people together and create opportunities to share ideas and engage in conversation.