Campus hosts local colleges for Transfer Option Day
Apr20

Campus hosts local colleges for Transfer Option Day

The Transfer Center, along with the San Diego Education Consortium (SDEC) will host the Transfer Option Day on Tuesday, April 22. “Students are encouraged to attend,” said Transfer Center assistant, Brittany Wong. “Universities will be offering on the spot admissions,” she added. The event will be held from 10:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. on the Student Union lawn. During the event there will be approximately 20 private schools, all with...

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The Palomar College Transfer Center to  host college fair
Apr19

The Palomar College Transfer Center to host college fair

The Palomar College Transfer Center will be hosting the college fair on April 22. This event is a chance for students to learn about their options regarding transferring to a four-year university. The event will be from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. in the student union quad. Over 50 colleges and universities will attend the annual fair in hopes to attract students to their schools. The fair is not limited to just UC and CSU representatives as...

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Divided California
Apr13

Divided California

If it’s not broken, don’t fix it. If you ever thought about getting a California silhouette tattoo, you might want to reconsider. A proposal to split California into six different states is going to be available to voters in November. California, the nation’s most populous state, offers the best of all worlds, and splitting into six different states would be a huge mistake. The master behind this idea is venture capitalist, Tim...

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Playing it smart, on and off the field
Apr13

Playing it smart, on and off the field

Palomar Baseball player Dillan Smith started playing baseball when he was just 3 years old. His parents said the first thing he picked up was a plastic baseball bat. After trying every sport, he decided at age 10 that it was only baseball that really interested him. Smith, 19, has successfully mastered balancing school and his leadership role out on the diamond. “He is pretty much a coaches’ dream,” Head Baseball Coach Buck Taylor...

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Organic food; inorganic diet
Mar05

Organic food; inorganic diet

There is a big misconception that anything vegetarian or vegan is automatically healthy. But it is not always the best choice. A study on the International Wellness Directory showed that if you avoid red meat, you are over 7 times more likely to suffer a zinc deficiency. Zinc is a crucial part in the production of hundreds of enzymes that are responsible for regulating your bodily functions. When someone proudly tells me that they eat...

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