Rave festivals should not be held to higher standard
Apr20

Rave festivals should not be held to higher standard

Festival season has begun, with two of the biggest North American events, Coachella and Ultra. However, during the past two months, electronic dance music aficionados, also known as ravers, have received heartbreaking news regarding some of their favorite festivals. Days after the event concluded, Miami’s Ultra music festival surfaced the web with bad news. Thomas Regalado, Mayor of Miami, and other city officials stated that they are...

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With intimidating fashion, looks can be deceiving
Apr01

With intimidating fashion, looks can be deceiving

19-year-old Biology/Psychology student, Jocelyn Sarasua, and Nikko Vo, 20, may come off as intimidating, at first. However, they have the kind hearts that match their shy, quiet and caring personalities. “While many people think I am fashionable, I tend to disagree with that statement. I personally do not call myself stylish because I am only wearing clothes that I love and make me feel good,” Sarasua said. “My personality does not...

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Labeling is a waste of time
Mar09

Labeling is a waste of time

Throughout the years, the government has devoted a lot of time and energy to create limitations for pedestrians. Some actions have been the prohibition of weed and alcohol. And now, Sen. Bill Monning is attempting to create a new social prohibition, the unhealthy consumption of sugar-sweetened drinks in California. Sen. Monning intends to use the bill SB1000, also known as the Soda Warning Label Bill, to require a warning label on the...

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‘Androgyness’ style never takes shortcuts
Mar03

‘Androgyness’ style never takes shortcuts

Although 20-year-old fashion design student Alexis Dawn illustrates herself as a timid, aloof individual, still trying to figure out her image, she has been able to challenge gender boundaries with her androgynous style, blending a mixture of masculinity and femininity. “People perceive that because of my outside appearance that I am out there, you know, when in reality I am very shy. So, sometimes it is really hard for me to...

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New assistant director
Feb11

New assistant director

After a national search of 38 candidates, the Palomar Community College district board has approved Debbie King as the new assistant director for the Palomar College Foundation. “We are really excited to have another fundraising professional,” Foundation Coordinator Pam Grasso said. King is a Vista resident and has lived in the shadows of Palomar College. She attended Stanford University on a sports scholarship. Richard Talmo,...

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