The lives of Chicanos matter too
May23

The lives of Chicanos matter too

While most people will pay attention to police brutality against African Americans and the “Black Lives Matter” movement, Latino lives seem to have been forgotten. Allow me to first say that I have no problems with the Black Lives Matter movement, and I have the utmost respect for law enforcement. My point does not come from a place of malice, but rather pride and concern for people of my own ethnic background. In school,...

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Men’s volleyball team has down year, but future is bright
May19

Men’s volleyball team has down year, but future is bright

The Palomar men’s volleyball team is optimistic to build off of their 2-16 record from the 2017 season. For first year head Coach Bryan Campbell, a former volleyball player at Palomar, it was a season of trial and error. “A lot of the guys bought in and everybody worked hard, so I really can’t complain,” Campbell said. The season began in February with a 3-0 set loss at the hands of Long Beach College. Palomar...

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Women’s track and field star dashes ahead
Apr26

Women’s track and field star dashes ahead

What do you get when you combine a track and field star, a Palomar College student, a dance teacher, a criminal justice major and a glowing smile? Deyanira Lopez, that’s what. Lopez, 20, is one of the few athletes on the Palomar track and field team. Lopez competes in most of the events but excels at the 400-meter hurdles. However, long before Lopez was running hurdles for Palomar, she was running for fun in elementary school....

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Men’s tennis coach reaches career wins milestone
Apr24

Men’s tennis coach reaches career wins milestone

Palomar men’s tennis team helped lead Head Coach Ronnie Mancao to a career milestone 500th win last month, after an 8-1 victory over Fullerton College on Feb. 9. Mancao has coached tennis on the collegiate level for 32 years, of which he has spent 10 years at MiraCosta College and the last 22 at Palomar College. Mancao has garnered a lot of respect from his players through his years of coaching, and players like sophomore Peter...

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Disney gives a solid throwback with Beauty and the Beast

Disney strikes again, this time with a familiar throwback. The release of “Beauty and the Beast” came with a lot of excitement for many fans of the original cartoon version. The previews for this film appeared to be very similar to scenes from the original cartoon version of 1991. Perhaps people were most excited for the star of the film, Emma Watson. Watson, who was most famous for her role as Hermione in the Harry Potter...

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