Student rocks ‘80s music style, fashion
Sep17

Student rocks ‘80s music style, fashion

Here at Palomar College fashion flows through the sea of students. Amongst this sea of bright colors is always one person whose style is so unique people are instantly drawn to it. Usually we tend to find themselves inspired by others fashion choices, follow a closely related pattern of accessories and discover ways to improve their own style. Everyday is an opportunity to show the world who you are, and creating a unique style is a...

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Palomar College should start offering four-year degrees
Sep17

Palomar College should start offering four-year degrees

At long last Palomar Community College may soon increase their contribution to our community’s academic and economic environment by offering a four-year program. There is an increasing number of jobs in California requiring a B.A. in a discipline that is not currently offered at the university level. State Senator Marty Block, D-Calif. introduced Senate Bill 850 allowing a select 15 out of the 112 community colleges in California to...

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Club hosts suicide prevention, more events Sept. 10 on campus
Sep09

Club hosts suicide prevention, more events Sept. 10 on campus

Sean Horgan/The Telescope The Active Minds club hosted an event Sept. 9 that promoted suicide awareness. The club set up its booth in front of the cafeteria where students could receive support and learn how to prevent suicide. Tommey Mok, 28, Active Minds vice president, stressed the importance of the information that was being presented at the event. “Everybody on this planet should go to this event because it helps you see the...

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Gallery:  Men’s Soccer vs. Norco College
Sep09

Gallery: Men’s Soccer vs. Norco College

[Show picture list]Slideshows require the Flash Player and a browser with Javascript support.   Palomar Men’s Soccer hosted Norco College on Sept. 5, 2014 at Minkoff Field.  The teams tied 1 t0 1. Photos by Marcela Alamie and Philip...

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College Still Financially Worthwhile
Sep09

College Still Financially Worthwhile

Going to college is still a worthwhile financial investment despite soaring tuition costs and burdensome student debt, according to a new government study. “Even though this is my first year here, I appreciate it and love it more than any other school I’ve been in,” said Palomar College student Jessie Aguayo, 18. From 1970 to 2013, the average college graduate has earned about $64,500 a year versus $41,000 for...

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