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....

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New ASG vice president elected
Feb11

New ASG vice president elected

Soghomonian is a 33-year-old former Navy firefighter with some world experience under his belt. “I’ve been a maintenance technician for 12 years, just traveling around working for different companies under different contracts, mostly government stuff, and I just go and fix things,” Soghomonian said. According to ASG President and former Vice President Genesis Gilroy, he has extensive experience in management, project...

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ASG Box
Feb11

ASG Box

The ASG recently appointed former Senator Shant Soghomonian as the a new Vice President. The ASG election process starts in March. Interested students should visit SU-201 to pick up an application to join. The March in March event takes place on March 3. For questions about the event please contact Senator Salvador Orozco at sorozco13760@gmail.com. ASG website is progressing and will be complete within the first few weeks of...

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ASG senator hopes to lead by example
Feb10

ASG senator hopes to lead by example

Despite the fact that Palomar College’s Associated Student Government has lost a number of the members due to ineligibility, a few old members have remained and a few new faces have joined. One of the old members, ASG Senator Reza Nemovi, started his third semester as part of the ASG and said a lot of his past experiences and struggles led him to where he is today. Reza Nemovi is a 39 year old aerospace engineering major originally...

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New ASG secretary hopes to support students by learning about their culture
Feb10

New ASG secretary hopes to support students by learning about their culture

Despite the fact that Palomar College’s Associated Student Government has lost a number of the members due to ineligibility, a few old members have remained and a few new faces have joined. One of the new members is ASG Secretary Andrea-Nicole Schmidt who came to America to experience living in a different country and serve students by being part of the board. Andrea-Nicole Schmidt, a 40 year old studying for a certificate of...

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