Graduation Ceremony
May16

Graduation Ceremony

SAN MARCOS – As the end of the spring semester approaches, Palomar will be holding its annual graduation ceremony on May 26 at 5 p.m. in the Dome. The pre-commencement meeting will begin at 3:30 p.m. If you have received an associate’s degree, and associates to transfer, or a certificate, you are encouraged to participate in the ceremony. Special guest speaker, Anita Maag, who was part of Palomar’s first graduating...

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What sacrifices have you made to afford college?
Apr28

What sacrifices have you made to afford college?

Miguel Jimenez, 24, Gen Ed “From 19 to 20 I was just working and saving up some money, and in that time frame I have saved up enough money so I don’t have to worry about it.”   Stephen Cliffe, 20, Cinema Major “For the last year and half I have donated plasma.”   Olivia Thorpe, 19, Gen Ed ‘I never had a job before, so coming to Palomar I had to go out and look for a job to help support...

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Veteran to Snapchat fame
Apr18

Veteran to Snapchat fame

LeShun Fredrick, 30, Social Behavior Science and TV and Broadcasting Major “I served nine and half years in the Marine Corps, I am originally from the DMV, (DC, Maryland, Virginia) I am from Virginia. I came back to America in 2012 and left in 2008. I graduated high school in 2006 and then college was paid for but I didn’t want to go, I wanted to see what was out there. So, after I graduated, I moved out of my parent’s house and I...

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The A-building conundrum

Completion of the A building has been delayed until the summer, while students and staff have expressed concerns over the renovations. The renovations team was aiming to finish construction in April, but are now striving to complete the project this coming summer. Under Palomar’s Educational and Facilities Master Plan, the school called for a new administration building where all administration departments could be centralized....

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Women’s tennis has a new vision
Feb26

Women’s tennis has a new vision

After not having a women’s tennis team for a season, Palomar has hired a new head coach to breathe life back into the women’s tennis program. Cristopher Tissot has been hired to develop the Palomar women’s tennis team into a solid competitor this season. Tissot is a graduate of Azusa Pacific University with a master’s degree in physical education. He is also certified as a strength and conditioning specialist....

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