Legacy of glass: a former professor’s last tribute
Dec09

Legacy of glass: a former professor’s last tribute

Palomar’s Boehm Gallery exhibited former professor, Garry Cohen’s work in his most recent exhibition, Journey Through the Burning Sands. The exhibit included some of Garry’s most recent pieces. The art work was more of an abstract style, using a lot of vibrant colors and an array of techniques and patterns. The art work as a whole, seemed to be very nature inspired, with pieces such as bugs, flowers, mushrooms and...

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Water polo star ends goal-filled career
Dec08

Water polo star ends goal-filled career

Sydney Thomas has had a goal filled 2017 season for the women’s water polo team. Out of the 217 goals scored by the team as a whole, Thomas has scored 77 and assisted another 30, playing in 25 of the 26 games in the season. “Sydney is the type of person that puts everything into what she loves,” teammate Jazmin Handorf said. Thomas has been playing as a driver for Palomar’s women’s water polo team for the...

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White pride’s oppression threatens to repeat history
Oct18

White pride’s oppression threatens to repeat history

The White Power platform is making its resurgence on racism, terror, and hate and are right in the backyard of our communities. It is okay to embrace your cultural identity, but in the case of White Pride it is nothing to feel proud about. Many wonder how a society allowed Germany to slide into a state of hate and persecution under the Nazi regime. But now, we are watching it happen today in our own country. White pride follows a...

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Coffee Hour

SAN MARCOS — The Autism Interventions and Resources, Inc. is having a “Coffee Hour” at the Career Center on Aug. 31 from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. AIR will be using their coffee hour as a way to advertise the fact that they are “hiring for part-time Behavior Interventionists, who will be providing one on one behavior services to children with Autism Spectrum Disorders and other developmental disabilities. The...

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