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The Palomar College Great Books Seminar is run by the English Department and is free and open to the public. Each meeting focuses on an important literary text and features a short introduction by a member of the English Department followed by a discussion. You do not have to have read the book to attend. The featured book for May is J. D. Salinger’s The Catcher in the Rye.
Calling All Humans! / House of Humanities
IF YOU’RE HUMAN, MAKE YOUR WAY TO PALOMAR COLLEGE! Bring your eyes, your ears, your mind, your senses, and above all… your heart!
Join us for the evening, as we celebrate the Arts & Humanities at Palomar College! We invite current students, local high schools, and community members to see what we have to offer. The Humanities Building will be open to all, featuring presentations and exhibitions in a wide range of subjects: Literature and Languages, Dance, Music, Art, Theater, Debate/Forensics, History, Religious Studies, Media Studies and more!
Visitors will have the opportunity to talk with Palomar faculty and students about our amazing Programs & Pathways. Food will be available, along with free Parking in Lot 12. Please join us!
YOU HAVE NOTHING TO LOSE BUT YOUR HUMANITY!
The Research Methods in Psychology Poster Fair is being held on Wednesday, May 16 from 10am to 12pm in the Student Union After learning how to conduct research, students work in groups to design and carry out their own studies. This event features original research completed by students from 5 sections of our Research Methods courses. This is a wonderful and rewarding experience for students to engage in scholarly discourse about their work, and a great opportunity for attendees to see psychological research in action. We hope you can stop by and see their incredible work! We will also have lots of great food for you to enjoy!
Join us as we celebrate the publication of the 54th issue of Bravura, the award-winning literary journal of Palomar College! This journal, which began in 1964, features the poetry, prose, photography, and artwork of our students, and it is designed and edited by students as well. As in years past, this evening will showcase student poetry and prose readings, writing and art awards, food, and live music. This event is free and open to the public, and copies of this year’s Bravura will also be free and available to all attendees.