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  • Cuesta College celebrates more than 900 new graduates

    Cuesta College counted 910 graduates at its commencement ceremony on May 19, 2017, in San Luis Obispo. Cuesta Superintendent Gil Stork said that the graduating class is "breaking barriers."

Cuesta College counted 910 graduates at its commencement ceremony on May 19, 2017, in San Luis Obispo. Cuesta Superintendent Gil Stork said that the graduating class is "breaking barriers." David Middlecamp The Tribune
Cuesta College counted 910 graduates at its commencement ceremony on May 19, 2017, in San Luis Obispo. Cuesta Superintendent Gil Stork said that the graduating class is "breaking barriers." David Middlecamp The Tribune

Cuesta College celebrates 910 new grads, from age 17 to 71

May 19, 2017 5:52 PM