Student reformers take ASG battle to court

A struggle between a group of reformers and the student government will now be decided in court. The reformers want Palomar’s Associated Student Government to democratize their process for selecting new members and split off from the college administration. The group, called the Coalition for Democratic Education, asked ASG in November to put those questions before students in a campus-wide election. Coalition members filed a lawsuit...

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Faking it

Welcome Back! Now, get your mind out of the gutter… I’m talking about a tan. Since 2011 is done and over with, I want to start 2012 off with a bang. Well not really a bang, more like a banging tan. Now, I love the bronzed and beautiful look as much as the next gal, but as a recovering tanorexic, I’m not willing to jeopardize my healthy complexion for dry, damaged skin. So what’s a girl to do? Fake it, and nobody knows faking it better...

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FEMALE PERSPECTIVE: School takes longer than expected, so get used to it

It’s time to start the Spring 2012 Semester. Oh, we’re a week late? We’ve been trying to pretend that school hasn’t actually started yet. And we’ve been trying to read the Hunger Games series once more before we feel the pressures of the semester. While we were ignoring the fact that we are back, we realized that school takes a long time. We’re not talking about the 12 years that are required for primary schooling. Preschool to high...

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ENTERTAINMENT CALENDAR: Jan. 24 – Jan. 29

Tuesday, Jan. 24 -          Alabama Shakers @ Belly Up, Solana Beach -          The Darrows @ Soda Bar, North Park Wednesday, Jan. 25 -          Olin and the Moon @ Casbah, Little Italy -          The Wood Brothers @ Belly Up, Solana Beach -          Dead Air Broadcast @ Soda Bar, North Park Thursday, Jan. 26 -          Tornado Ryders and Schmaltz @ Brick by Brick, Linda Vista -          Nico Vega @ Casbah, Little Italy -        ...

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College planners slight athletics

Evidence of the 2022 Master Plan is everywhere; there are three new buildings on campus with another two being built. However, eight years into the plan, there is one clear loser. It’s only fitting the athletic department would be the group that will suffer the most over the next 10 years. The severely antiquated facilities cast an embarrassing shadow over a proud and historically dominate sports department that services 21 varsity...

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