Student leaders advocate for student financial relief
Apr13

Student leaders advocate for student financial relief

Palomar College’s Associated Student Government, along with representatives from various community colleges from around the nation, traveled to Washington D.C. to attend the annual American Student Association of Community Colleges conference March 15-18. President Genesis Gilroy and Senators Carlos Araujo, Katelyn Morikawa and Salvador Orozco, accompanied by Advisor Sherry Titus, went as Palomar College representatives to the ASACC...

Read More
Student Government uses open forum for input and outreach
Apr01

Student Government uses open forum for input and outreach

The first Associated Student Government forum of the semester took place from 12:30 p.m. to 3 p.m. in the student union on March 26. ASG President Genesis Gilroy said in a previous ASG meeting that she hoped the forum would allow students to ask questions and voice concerns about Palomar College and the student government. She also said she wants to continue to increase the awareness of the presence of the ASG on campus. “We want...

Read More
Positions available in upcoming student elections
Apr01

Positions available in upcoming student elections

The election for next semester’s Associated Student Government is approaching. President, Vice President, and Senator positions are now open. According to the ASG’s election committee, students who are looking for an experience, the chance to be a leader, want to make a change and be the voice for the students should join the Palomar College’s student government. Interested students can pick up election applications in SU-201 to...

Read More
ASG tempers flare
Mar09

ASG tempers flare

Tempers flared between Associated Student Government members during the ASG meeting on Feb. 26. Sen. Salvador Orozco and Sen. Carlos Araujo walked out during ASG President Genesis Gilroy’s executive report regarding the cancellation of Palomar College’s participation in the March in March event. March in March is an annual student rally that takes place in Sacramento, where community colleges around California come together to...

Read More
Catcher sets aside the major leagues
Mar05

Catcher sets aside the major leagues

Francis Christy was drafted straight out of high school into major league baseball but turned down the offer to attend college and improve as a player. Originally from Petaluma, Calif., 18-year-old Christy has been playing baseball for 13 years.   When he was five his father enrolled him and his brother in several sports including basketball and soccer. His brother chose basketball whereas Christy found his passion in baseball....

Read More