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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Letter the the Editor
Apr10

Letter the the Editor

To the Editor: …   The main question I would like to pose to the editors is this: why would a significant group of normally calm tenured professors take such extraordinary actions, including engaging their Union representatives for support, holding a public rally and producing an informational flyer that was clearly designed to bring this situation to the public in a very forthright manner? The answer to this question is...

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Trump protests fill streets with hate and violence
Feb14

Trump protests fill streets with hate and violence

The level of disunity, violence and preemptive condemnation that has risen out of the protests and rallies against Donald Trump is inexcusable. Following the Nov. 8 election, thousands took to the streets to protest Trump’s nomination. The irony of this, is that the rioters came to protest the fact that a “hateful” man was elected president. The way they attempted to convey that message was by shouting “F*** Trump”, burning the U.S....

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Grand Canyon University Representative Comes to Palomar
Dec11

Grand Canyon University Representative Comes to Palomar

On December 14, a representative from Grand Canyon University (GCU) is coming to Palomar College to offer one-on-one appointments to those interested in transferring, from 9:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the transfer center, room SSC-24. Despite its name GCU is a 3-hour drive from the Grand Canyon national park. GCU is a Christian university based in Phoenix Arizona. The GCU administration seeks to integrate the values of Christianity into all...

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