Sedillo voted by peers as Palomar Employee of the Year
Apr13

Sedillo voted by peers as Palomar Employee of the Year

Every year Palomar choose a faculty or staff member and present them with the Employee of the Year award. This years winner went to Information Services Support Specialist Robert Sedillo. Sedillo was humbled when hearing the news of his award, and only a single word came to mind when asked about his feelings. “Honored is the best word,” Sedillo said. The nominations for the award are given to a diverse group of faculty and staff...

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TV host Chris Hardwick makes jokes ‘@Midnight’
Mar09

TV host Chris Hardwick makes jokes ‘@Midnight’

Chris Hardwick is a comedian, journalist, radio DJ, television host, author, bowler and entrepreneur who’s podcast “Nerdist” as become a highly successful YouTube channel that garners nearly a million subscribers. Now, Hardwick is hosting another television show, “@Midnight,” which tackles the irony and comedy of social networking. The show focuses on Hardwick the host and his three comedic guests who read tweets, watch videos and...

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Comics turn a new page into literature
Mar03

Comics turn a new page into literature

  Since the 1930s the traditional comic book format has been seen in newspapers and magazines with humorous cartoon characters and daring heroes. The “funnies’ in the paper were met to be escapism from the hardships of the war and never intended to replace script in hardback covers. Today, comic books have evolved as a backdrop for social commentary entwined with immersive art that most would call a modern day literature. Graphic...

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Comets pitching a new season
Feb09

Comets pitching a new season

Palomar College Softball Coach Lacey Craft is getting ready for the challenges that lie ahead for another season of Comets softball. After an emotional season last year, Craft and her talented players clawed their way back and won their fourth state championship. Craft believes regardless of the loss of most of the players from last season, who moved on to four-year universities, the Comets will be ready once the season starts. “Going...

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From dream to scene
Feb07

From dream to scene

For Palomar College Art History Professor Mark Hudelson, his love of paintings and pictures and the many stories they tell inspired him to create his own art through his passion of films. Since 1996 Hudelson has been writing screenplays that have been nationally recognized and have won awards for their creativity and imaginative take on history. His historic heist film, “Missing Mona Lisa,” is in talks to be produced and turned into...

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