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How Cuesta College’s actual cougars inspired creative, informative student video




A screen grab from a video on cougar sightings at Cuesta College.
A screen grab from a video on cougar sightings at Cuesta College.
Screen grab, www.facebook.com/cuestonian

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The cougar is the mascot of Cuesta College, located in San Luis Obispo. While it's a fine emblem of fierce strength, there are also real-life cougars in the area. 

The animals have been spotted on campus twice this semester. Which is why some students on campus decided to make a little public service announcement in the form of this video:

 
Cougar Encounter

Mountain lions have been spotted on campus twice this semester. If you came across one, would you know what to do? The Cuestonian put together this handy video just for you.

Posted by The Cuestonian on Tuesday, August 25, 2015

 

Branden Hopper is one of the students who made the video, and he joins Take Two with more.



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