A guided world through symphony
Dec09

A guided world through symphony

Everyone’s Guide to the Concert Band was a guided tour through the world of symphony orchestra. Kenneth Bell, director and conductor, and his Palomar Pacific Coast Concert Band performed their musical showcase of instruments on Sunday, Dec. 3 at Howard Brubeck Theatre at Palomar College. “People say they don’t know all of the different instruments,” Bell said in a phone interview. He said he hopes the audience hears the unique sound...

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Counseling services at Palomar
Dec08

Counseling services at Palomar

Palomar college students can get counseling and psychological services at no charge. Services are available for individuals, couples, and groups. Students experiencing difficulties, such as problems maintaining proper levels of concentration, uncomfortable or inappropriate emotions for given situations, getting enough sleep, or too much, feeling down or overwhelmed, etc. are encouraged to seek help. Jeffrey Smith Psy. D. MFT of...

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Former Comet coaches team
Oct19

Former Comet coaches team

A glimpse of the new men’s water polo coach, Kody Moffatt, might give some a feeling that they have seen him somewhere before. If they have been around the Palomar campus for a few years, then they may be right. Moffatt was a student athlete at Palomar College only a few years ago, and he is now back, but this time in the capacity of head coach for the men’s water polo team. Coach Moffatt was born in Riverside, and grew up in...

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Blood Drive
Oct18

Blood Drive

SAN MARCOS — One blood donation can save up to 3 lives. Donating blood is also good for the donor’s health. By reducing iron stores in the body, blood donation reduces the risk of some cancers and promotes heart and liver health. In other words, when donating blood, everybody wins. Palomar College is hosting an American Red Cross blood drive, between the hours of 9 a.m. and 3 p.m., Nov. 6-9, at parking lot 6. The Red Cross urges...

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Meet the clubs
Oct04

Meet the clubs

Palomar clubs are offering opportunities for students to get involved on campus. Seventeen clubs, focusing on a variety of interests, are currently registered with the Inter-Club Council, and they are looking for new members. These six were represented at Club Rush on Sept. 13. The Botany Club is looking for new members that love nature and plants. When asked why students should consider joining the Botany club, club President...

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