Celebrating the civil rights movement on campus
Apr13

Celebrating the civil rights movement on campus

Palomar College’s Multicultural Studies Department will celebrate the Civil Rights Movement on Wednesday, April 16, from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. The Civil Rights Festival will take place at the free speech area near the San Marcos campus clock tower. Students, staff and faculty are encouraged to attend the free event. The event will include guest speakers, live music and food for those in attendance.

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It’s our job as students to stop ridiculous stereotypes
Apr01

It’s our job as students to stop ridiculous stereotypes

According to urbandictionary.com, college is “a magical place where it is rumored that learning takes place.” Described as “a [beautiful] land in which beer flows in amber currents and where virgins lie naked with gentle smiles upon their calm, inviting faces; but more precisely, a Shangri-La rite of passage into adulthood which involves rampant consumption of alcoholic beverages, flagrant and promiscuous sexual behavior, and a...

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Spanish program offered
Apr01

Spanish program offered

    Palomar College’s World Languages Department will provide students with a chance to fulfill all foreign language requirements in just one summer. Students will be able to take all three levels of Spanish this summer with the reintroduction of the intercession semester beginning May 19, the week after the spring semester ends. If Spanish 101 is taken during the intercession semester, then 102 and 201 can be taken...

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Spring sale brings green to campus
Apr01

Spring sale brings green to campus

The Palomar College Arboretum will hold an annual spring plant sale on April 2 from 8 a.m. to 12 p.m. near the student center flagpole. The sale is open to the public and a variety of plants will be available for purchase including California Natives, cacti, succulents and perhaps even some edibles. Friends of the Palomar College Arboretum President Tony Rangel spoke of the importance of plants in our everyday life. “If a home garden...

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Women’s history activities on campus
Mar10

Women’s history activities on campus

The Women’s Studies Department will be screening the “The Invisible War,” documentary on Wednesday March 26 from 12 p.m. to 2 p.m. in MD-157. According to itvs.org, “The Invisible War” exposes the systemic cover-up of military sex crimes, chronicling the women’s struggles to rebuild their lives and fight for justice. The film was directed by Academy and Emmy Award nominated Director Kirby Dick and explores “one of America’s most...

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