A new Path to Palomar has been created
May22

A new Path to Palomar has been created

Palomar College targeted enrollment numbers for older students with its latest event, “Path to Palomar.” On April 27, Palomar College and the Education to Career Network (ETCN) hosted the Path to Palomar event for students enrolled in local adult schools. The event showcased several of Palomar’s education programs to the visiting students, such as automotive and computer technology, as well as nursing and business management. Valerie...

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Letter to the Editor
May17

Letter to the Editor

Although the members of the Behavioral Sciences Department faculty at Palomar College are not all in agreement on the issue of which restrooms transgender people should use, we were all disheartened to read the “Pro” position regarding the “great bathroom conundrum” published in the Telescope on March 13, entitled “What mental illness and bathrooms have in common”(posted online at...

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Inside the life of a deaf student
Apr24

Inside the life of a deaf student

James Singler III, 21, is a deaf student who is currently enrolled at Palomar college and is hoping to eventually transfer to the deaf school, Gallaudet University, in Washington D.C. Single deafness has not inhibited him from communicating and interacting with others from both the hearing and non-hearing communities. Growing up, Singler only attended regular public school because many of his friends were hearing. Singler became...

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What advice would you give to your younger self?
Apr14

What advice would you give to your younger self?

“Stay true to who I am rather than obviously living a life that other people would want me to live.” -Jacob Grasser, 18, Environmental Studies “Make more money” – Noah Taele, 20, Criminal Justice “It might seem like life is tough, but things always get better.” Hannah Hayton, 19, Undeclared

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Associated Student Government, what you need to know
Apr14

Associated Student Government, what you need to know

Palomar elected student representatives are in charge of implementing programs and activities for students through an annual budget of $30,000. The ASG serve on various committees to ensure that the student voice is heard within the Palomar administration. In addition, they provide services and host events such as Spring Fest and Diversity Day. Two-term ASG President Malik Spence stated, “there are many constituent groups on campus,...

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