Netflix sparks a discussion of the fallout after suicide
Apr18

Netflix sparks a discussion of the fallout after suicide

Depression can be drowning, self-harm is senseless and suicide can be preventable. The key word here is preventable. All it takes from saving someone from falling over the edge is a simple conversation, acknowledgement that they’re visible and their feelings are valid. One person dies of suicide every two hours in California, according to the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention. Nationally, 121 die a day. Within the month, 93.8...

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Comets win on a walkoff to complete comeback
Feb15

Comets win on a walkoff to complete comeback

Palomar baseball was victorious in their home opener, winning on a walk off home run by sophomore pitcher Cameron Haskell in the bottom of the ninth inning. The Comets defeated the Golden West College Rustlers 8-7, sweeping the two game series against the 2016 state-runner up college. The team won the previous day’s game by a score of 8-1. “After that first game when we pretty much destroyed them we knew we were something special,”...

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Photographer captures Standing Rock
Feb10

Photographer captures Standing Rock

A Palomar alumnus gives a face to Standing Rock protesters in photo exhibit. Johnny Nguyen’s photo exhibit “And If I Can Show You, You Would Never Leave Her” is on display through Feb. 26 at the Hill Street Country Club in Oceanside. The three-day photo journal examines the people and conditions of those protesting the Dakota Access Pipeline (DAPL) at the Standing Rock Indian Reservation. “This is life and death for me,” Nguyen said...

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Women’s basketball shoots for state championship
Feb10

Women’s basketball shoots for state championship

In the midst of a 13-game winning streak deep in the middle of their competitive season, Palomar’s women basketball team has one thing on their mind: winning a state championship. The Women Comets are holding on to a season record of 21-2, good enough for third in state rankings. While their two losses early in their season against Mt. San Jacinto College and East Los Angeles College mars their otherwise perfect season, the women on...

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Glass takes shape in Boehm art gallery
Feb10

Glass takes shape in Boehm art gallery

The brilliancy of light refracting off multifaceted glass will take center stage this year at the Boehm Art Gallery. The second biennial glass exhibition will be on display at the Boehm Gallery through March 7. The “Let the Light In” exhibit is curated by Professor Michael Hernandez and will feature works from glass artists of the Pacific Northwest, more predominantly in Washington. “The whole idea of the show is to highlight artists...

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