Palomar facilities needs new priorities
Oct20

Palomar facilities needs new priorities

It is one of a college’s responsibilities to offer a fair and hospitable learning environment to all of its students. And it seems Palomar College has slipped in this area. While every single building at Palomar is supposedly wheelchair accessible, last month there was an incident when a student using an electric wheelchair was not able to enter the cafeteria. He had to wait several minutes until the door was eventually opened by...

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Gallery:  Women’s Volleyball takes on Cuayamaca Coyotes
Oct13

Gallery: Women’s Volleyball takes on Cuayamaca Coyotes

October 10, 2014/ Palomar College womens volleyball team played against Cuyamaca College at the Dome Friday, 10 October. The Comets #5 Rachel McFarland and #12 Maci Lerno Block a shot during the first set. The Comets went on to defeated the Coyotes three sets to zero and improving their record to 10-2 (Overall) 4-1 (Conference) : Philip Farry/Copyright 2014 The Telescope◄ BackNext ►Picture 1 of 5October 10, 2014/ Palomar...

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Gallery:  Three Sisters performed at Palomar
Oct12

Gallery: Three Sisters performed at Palomar

[Show picture list]   Palomar Performing Arts presents Three Sisters by Anton Chekhov and directed by John Polak.  Performance dates Oct. 3 – 12 in the studio...

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Would you recognize your followers in person?
Oct06

Would you recognize your followers in person?

We live in a generation where eye contact has become awkward, kind gestures are taken the wrong way and friendly hellos are examined for their motives. Social media is ruining our ways of communication and deteriorating personal relationships by the pressure it places on users of all ages. A study conducted by the Marketing Charts shows smart phone users between the ages of 18 to 64 years old dedicate 3.2 hours to social networking a...

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Coaching legend looks to bring his professional expertise to Palomar
Oct06

Coaching legend looks to bring his professional expertise to Palomar

A new Palomar College quarterback coach has over four decades of experience in the coaching world and has coached 12 quarterbacks that have moved onto the NFL. After coaching at schools such as Notre Dame and Stanford, Coach Bill Diedrick has brought his expertise to Palomar. “When I was down here retired … they always asked me if I would be interested in coaching at Palomar and when the position became available I decided to...

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