Commencement Ceremony for 2014 Graduates
May05

Commencement Ceremony for 2014 Graduates

Students graduating from Palomar College will be honored at the school’s annual Commencement Ceremony on Friday, May 16. This year’s ceremony will recognize all Summer/Fall 2013 and Spring 2014 graduates, as well as students who are planning on transferring or receiving a certificate. The ceremony starts at 5 p.m. on the football field at the front on the San Marcos Campus. Any students participating are to arrive at the Dome at 3:30...

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Your personal business should not affect your business
May05

Your personal business should not affect your business

Years ago a radical was someone who supported same-sex marriage. Soon after it made that person a progressive. Now, if it is opposed a person’s leadership is heavily questioned. On March 24, Mozilla named Brendan Eich, co-founder of Mozilla and writer of Javascript, the Chief Executive Officer. Only 10 days later on April 3, he stepped down after he was heavily criticized internally and through social media for a $1,000 donation he...

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Palomar rides win streak into playoffs
May05

Palomar rides win streak into playoffs

Having already met a goal of winning conference, Head Baseball Coach Buck Taylor jokes about attempting to match Palomar’s softball team’s winning record. The Comets’ baseball team is currently riding a 15-game winning streak. It is the best winning streak in baseball for the California Community College Athletic Association, which is composed of 86 teams. The Comets end the season by earning their way into the postseason, their 14th...

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“Cabaret” prepares to open its curtain to ‘Willkommen’
Mar05

“Cabaret” prepares to open its curtain to ‘Willkommen’

“Cabaret”, the 10-time Tony Award winning musical will be raising its curtain at the Howard Brubeck Theatre this March. The entire theatre department came together over a year and a half ago and decide on the “Cabaret,” Chris Sinnott the technical and scenic director said.   “Cabaret,” is set in 1931 and was influenced by the American jazz movement coming to Germany in the 1920s. The theatre department looked for the best suit to...

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Eating disorder event raises awareness
Mar03

Eating disorder event raises awareness

The Active Minds Club and Health Services hosted the first National Eating Disorder Awareness event on Feb. 25 in the Student Union on the San Marcos camps. According to Health Services Staff Representative Lenka Schanka, the NEDA event informed students about healthy eating habits and addressed the myths and stigmas about mental health. According to Dosomething.org, 24 million people in the U.S. struggle with an eating disorder....

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