*NSYNC receives star on Walk of Fame
May15

*NSYNC receives star on Walk of Fame

  One of the most celebrated boy bands of the 1990s reunited to accept a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in Los Angeles. Fans cheered with excitement as the five aging members of *NSYNC stood at a podium on April 30, giving thanks to those who have supported the group for the past 23 years. Justin Timberlake ended their acceptance speech by stating “I love these four guys, we’ve had an incredible ride and I can’t wait to see what...

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“40 Things I Wish I Told My Kids”
Apr17

“40 Things I Wish I Told My Kids”

Some of the simplest lessons are best learned by life experience. Over the years, John Allcock wrote emails to his kids, detailing simple life lessons that he’d learned, and was now passing on. Some of these emails were forwarded on to others, and this was how the book ’40 Things I Wish I Told My Kids’ got started. Allcock has been studying mindfulness for nearly 15 years. He also co-founded Sea Change Preparatory School in Del Mar...

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Bumpin’ Uglies releasing new album
Mar31

Bumpin’ Uglies releasing new album

  To describe the Bumpin’ Uglies as just another hard-working band would be an understatement. Within the last several years, they have consistently produced new material and toured across the U.S. Now, after spending time in the studio, Bumpin’ Uglies are ready to unleash their fourth LP, on April 6th, “Beast From The East.” Hailing from Maryland, Bumpin’ Uglies, have been serving listeners with a sound that is uniquely...

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Reality TV: A mental escape or trashy pastime?
Feb28

Reality TV: A mental escape or trashy pastime?

Whether you think reality TV is a relaxing diversion or just a waste of time, it all depends on the viewer. For many Palomar students, time can be hard to manage— especially when trying to squeeze in another episode of MTV’s Catfish amid a pile of assignments that are due by the end of the week. Glazing over a television screen may seem tempting because, after all, there are so many shows that viewers can watch. Whatever mood you’re...

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Students showcase original performances
Dec10

Students showcase original performances

Palomar dance students have spent countless hours crafting and revising this year’s upcoming winter performance. Within the dance department, students are given the opportunity to choreograph different styles of dance under the discretion of a dance professor. The students have been working on their dance routines since the beginning of the semester. One such professor, Patricceann Mead, has been part of Palomar’s Performing...

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