Gallery:  Softball vs. Cypress College:  April 11
Apr14

Gallery: Softball vs. Cypress College: April 11

[Show picture list] Comets hosted Cypress College for a doubleheader on April 11.  The Comets were defeated in the first game 5-2 and won the second game 3-2. Photos: Dirk Callum / The...

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Students should be priority during golden handshake
Apr13

Students should be priority during golden handshake

We at The Telescope would like more answers concerning our future at Palomar next semester. With so many vacant seats, we wonder what our education will look like in Fall 2015. Faculty and staff had the opportunity to retire early and receive a bonus amounting to 75 percent of their annual salary, also known as “a golden handshake.” The last day to sign up was April 3, with a retirement date set for July 1. Our college president, vice...

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Gallery:  Softball: April 4
Apr08

Gallery: Softball: April 4

[Show picture list] Palomar softball hosted a double header on April 4.  Palomar beat Santiago Canyon 5-2 and went on to defeat Mt. San Antonio 4-1. Photos:  Dirk Callum/The...

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Due credit for Palomar
Mar30

Due credit for Palomar

While our job here at The Telescope is to report on all campus happenings, both good and bad, we like to shed light on groups and individuals who have proven exceptional prowess. These accomplishments are a source of immense pride and prestige for Palomar College and are worthy of public acknowledgment. KKSM - Palomar College’s Radio station was named Best Community College Radio Station in the nation at the 2015 Intercollegiate...

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What spring break looked like for Palomar College
Mar16

What spring break looked like for Palomar College

Students and staff at Palomar College will be exiting the classrooms and taking a week off from March 16-20. Take a look at the illustrated poll and see how the Palomar community will spend their spring break. Over 54 percent of spring breakers from ages 18-24 said they would be hanging out with friends or working during break while 47 percent of those 25 and over were more likely to do homework or spend time with their family....

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