MODA fashion show hits runway
May19

MODA fashion show hits runway

It all starts with a dream, an abundance of passion, a few sketches, mood boards, patterns, model fittings, and viola, a fashion collection is born. On May 11, the Center for the Arts in Escondido opened their doors to hundreds of visitors to observe this year’s MODA Fashion Show. The theme for this event was Better Together inspired from a famous Helen Keller quote, “Alone we can do so little; together we can do so much” to reflect...

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Palomar hub opens to students
Apr19

Palomar hub opens to students

The new Palomar College Hub is officially open for students to gain access to essential resources to get them through the school year. The new Palomar College Hub is officially open for students to gain access to essential resources to get them through the school year. In SU-22, officials from the Student Affairs Office have created a living room type environment for students to feel safe and have a variety of resources to meet their...

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Palomar Hub to open
Mar06

Palomar Hub to open

  Palomar College’s one-stop shop to gain access to essential resources is coming to the San Marcos campus. Located by the new Food Bank, officials from the Student Affairs office are replacing the old Veterans Resource Center into the new Palomar Hub. In room SU-22, the space will be transformed into a welcoming living room area for students to have access to a variety of resources to meet their basic needs. As an extension to the...

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Coffee vs. Tea: Which Is Better For You?
Mar04

Coffee vs. Tea: Which Is Better For You?

There are two types of people in the world, those who drink coffee and those who swear by tea. The debate between a cup of joe and the benefits of herbal tea are endless. A hot cup of coffee will give you that extra perk you need in the morning, while tea can help you relax after a stressful day. Besides being our essential drink of choice to help us get through the daily hustle and bustle, both promote many health benefits, no matter...

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Minimum wage hike will hurt workers
Feb14

Minimum wage hike will hurt workers

The plan to raise the minimum wage will cause small companies to change their signs from Open to ‘Out of Business. With the recent minimum wage increases, low-skilled workers are seeing more cash in their pockets. However, the long-term effects may actually cause dire consequences by negatively effecting job growth and the longevity of small businesses. In California, the minimum wage jumped from 50 cents to $10.50 per hour for small...

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