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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Composite sketch of sexual assault suspect released
Nov21

Composite sketch of sexual assault suspect released

Police released a composite sketch of a suspect wanted in connection with a sexual assault that occurred on Palomar’s San Marcos campus Oct. 24. According to The San Diego County Sheriff’s Department statement, the suspect was not known by the victim and may be a student at Palomar who is in water sports and/or music classes. The suspect is described as a white male with a possible tan, 19-years-old and said his name was...

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Palomar recognized as being in top 15 military friendly schools
Nov20

Palomar recognized as being in top 15 military friendly schools

Palomar College’s Veterans Services program has recently been recognized as being in the top 15 percent of military friendly schools. The accomplishment was acknowledged by two highly-regarded magazines, G.I. Jobs Magazine and Military Advanced Education. This is the fourth consecutive year that Palomar was recognized by G.I. Jobs Magazine as the top 15 percent of military friendly schools in the nation. “It’s a...

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