Cuesta College students learn anatomy assembling mountain lion skeleton

A young mountain lion hit and killed by a car on Highway 1 near Cuesta College in October offered students a rare learning opportunity in anatomy and is now on display in the form of a skeleton in the college’s biology lab. The skeleton, assembled in the pose of a cat ready to pounce, will be displayed so that it is facing off against the skeleton of a jaguar in the biology lab.


Hillside restored around Cal Poly “P” landmark

Cal Poly has resumed permitting students and others to decorate the historic “P” on the university’s hillside

The “P” had been off-limits for more than a year because of dangerous footing on the trail leading up to it

Students and others in the campus community may begin reserving the “P” for six days at a time


Cal Poly plans to build on-campus housing for faculty and staff

Cal Poly will seek a public-private partnership to build up to 420 apartments for faculty and staff

The project would be near the Grand Avenue entrance at the southeast corner of the campus

The affordable, condo-style rentals would help in recruiting and retaining employees faced with high housing costs

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