Celebrating 70 years of Palomar’s Symphony Orchestra
Apr18

Celebrating 70 years of Palomar’s Symphony Orchestra

SAN MARCOS – The Howard Brubeck Theatre will be hosting Palomar College’s 70th anniversary of symphony orchestra. Directed by Ellen Weller, Palomar’s symphony orchestra will be having a show on May 13 starting at 2 to 4 pm with with ticket prices ranging from $10 to $15. The event will showcase a repeat performance by Franz Schubert’s Symphony No. 8 in B minor, the “Unfinished,” played by the Palomar Symphony...

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English Department Great Books Seminar
Apr18

English Department Great Books Seminar

SAN MARCOS – Palomar College English Department staff invites book lovers to attend a free book seminar. The department members will be running a book seminar on May 11 from 6 to 8 p.m. The event will be held in room H-323 and will be accessible to everyone who wants to come. Every event of the same sort will focus on a book’s literary context and features which will then be followed up with an open discussion conducted by...

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Islam shown in a new perspective through Palomar play
Apr11

Islam shown in a new perspective through Palomar play

Palomar college’s most recent play aims to change the negative perception toward Muslims. Palomar’s Theater Arts professor Michael Mufson has directed an adaptation of Yussef El Guindi’s “Ten acrobats in an amazing leap of faith,” with the intention of bringing light into the everyday lives of Muslim Americans and encourages people to alter their negative perception toward the Islamic religion. The play...

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The great white theatre tradition
Apr10

The great white theatre tradition

The lack of diversity in theatre needs to catch up to 21st Century standards. Before the rise of prominent names such as Misty Copeland, the first African-American female principal dancer at American Ballet Theatre, and iconic musicals such as Lin Manuel Miranda’s “Hamilton” and “In the Heights,” which featured strong black and Latino casts, the theatrical industry had always been dominated by white...

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