Photo students show to be Dec. 15
Dec06

Photo students show to be Dec. 15

The Escondido Municipal Gallery will feature an exhibition showcasing images by Palomar College photography department students. The students utilized a variety of techniques in their work including, traditional, alternative and digital art. “Enlightened Lens” is an annual exhibition that features over 70 photographic works all by Palomar students. The images were selected from over 170 entries entered by students from elementary to...

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Motorcyclists nab vehicle parking
Dec05

Motorcyclists nab vehicle parking

Motorcyclists infuriate their fellow car driving students when they choose to park in seemingly limited full-sized parking spots for vehicles. Motorcycles often take up Class-C sized vehicle parking spots in Palomar’s student and staff parking lots, despite the many spots reserved for motorcycles. “The school sells around 10 percent of their parking passes as motorcycle passes,” said Shannon Hamlin, a representative from Campus...

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Positive workplace morale stems from positive management
Dec02

Positive workplace morale stems from positive management

Many think dissatisfied employees blame their disinterest in work on their workload. However, a recent study shows it isn’t the workload that makes workers weary, instead it is the bosses’ attitude toward workers. Workplace morale has everything to do with enjoying one’s job. Most people don’t hate what they do and their discouragement does not come from a heavy workload. Instead, studies at Aarhus University show...

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New head of counseling: Stockert to lead the way
Nov21

New head of counseling: Stockert to lead the way

In the midst of high demands and limited resources, Palomar College has hired a new dean of counseling. Brian Stockert began work on Oct. 14, and said he is already immersed in resolving challenges within the counseling department. With a bachelor’s in government relations, political science and a master’s in counseling relations from National University, Stockert brings a wide repertoire of skills and assets to...

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Matt Fisher turns algorithm to art in “Conjunctions and Topotypes”
Nov14

Matt Fisher turns algorithm to art in “Conjunctions and Topotypes”

Palomar College’s Boehm Gallery opened a new exhibit on Oct. 17 that showcases Artist Matt Fisher’s exhibition titled “Conjunctions and Topotypes.” Fisher presented the “Conjunctions” portion as “modules that are meant to be rearranged and recombined.” Fisher said he takes photographs of many random objects found throughout households and crops and re-presents them as a monochrome paintings. Conjunctions showed a new technique of...

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