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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Socialism
Oct03

Socialism

  Defending Socialism! It’s time to evolve people! Great minds agree, the best possible future is one of socialism. And, capitalism is archaic! Arguments for capitalism, over socialism, tend to focus almost exclusively on economics. While I am not attempting to minimizing the importance of economics in modern societies, I do insist that it is not the only, or even the most, important consideration, when comparing social systems....

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Check Your Mood

SAN MARCOS — Palomar College Behavioral Health Counseling Services is offering an opportunity for students and staff to take free “Check your Mood” screenings, learn about depression and other mental illness, as well as receive information on available mental health resources on and off campus. Check your Mood day is from noon to 2 p.m. on Thursday Oct. 5, in the SU-Quad. One in 5 American adults experience mental...

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