Palomar art students peddle their wares at annual sale
Dec06

Palomar art students peddle their wares at annual sale

The Palomar Art Department held its semi-annual Arts and Crafts sale this month, part of a long tradition in the college’s arts community. The sale consists of work produced by Palomar arts students. The sale was held in what’s known as the courtyard of the art department and featured over a dozen tables and displays of students’ work. A large portion of the work seen at the sale was hot and blown glass, but the work also...

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Lady Gaga’s “Artpop” falls short
Dec04

Lady Gaga’s “Artpop” falls short

In a music culture where weird has become an understatement and boundary pushing is a daily routine, Lady Gaga is falling short with her newest album, “Artpop”. Previously known for her strange melodies, unique arrangements and theatrical style, Lady Gaga seems to just fall in with the crowd recently. Her latest LP boasts a sea of disco, bass heavy dance songs, a few R&B; nods and one ballad. That’s not to say the album is bad by...

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Text message response time doesn’t define a relationship
Dec02

Text message response time doesn’t define a relationship

As technology continues to grow and improve, people are becoming more dependent on it. Some people have actually begun to use it as a way to judge the status of their relationships, and it’s not even remotely accurate. Innovations in technology over the past decade have been both beneficial and damaging to human relations. The introduction of cell phones, tablets and the abundance of social media websites and apps have made it easier...

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“The Philadelphia Story” debuts in Howard Brubeck Theatre
Nov13

“The Philadelphia Story” debuts in Howard Brubeck Theatre

Palomar College’s Performing Arts Department took on a classic comedy, and they pulled it off. “The Philadelphia Story,” written by Philip Barry and directed by Dana Case, is entertaining and easy to enjoy. The production was performed at the Studio Theatre at Palomar through Nov. 17. The play took place in the luxurious home of the socialite family, the Lordes. The comic play follows the upcoming wedding of Tracy Lorde, and what...

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Cross-country team named co-champions after controversial ruling
Nov11

Cross-country team named co-champions after controversial ruling

The Palomar College women’s cross-country team was officially named “co-champion” alongside Mesa College after a controversial ruling at a championship meet this month. Mesa College was originally named the Pacific Coast Athletic Conference’s 2013 women’s cross country champion after Palomar tied with them. Palomar challenged the ruling on the grounds that the wrong rule was used to determine the tie breaker. The ruling...

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