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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Kick off to clean campus
Sep09

Kick off to clean campus

Mission 2B Clean and Green is a project to keep up the recycling efforts on campus. The task will begin on Sept. 18 at 10 a.m. If you and your club are looking to get points, this event can help. Campus clubs have to register their teams at the Office of Student Affairs, then fully complete a campus clean up assignment. Contact Lindsay Kretchman for more information at lkretchman@palomar.edu.

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California native lands
Sep08

California native lands

“Integrating California Natives into Your Landscape” will be a free lecture event, Sept. 13 from 10 a.m. to noon, with special guest Teresa Everett from Moosa Creek Nursery. It is sponsored by the Friends of the Palomar College Arboretum at the San Marcos campus. This free lecture and walk is open to the public and there is free parking for attendees for this event only. There will be another lecture in room NS-139. Contact Tony...

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Concert hour
Sep08

Concert hour

The “Son de San Diego” Concert Hour on Sept. 11 is at 12:30 p.m. in the Performance Lab (D-10). According to the performing arts website Son de San Diego is a quartet that performs songs in the “Son Jarocho style, a traditional musical genre from Veracruz, Mexico. Instrumentation will include Jarana, Guitarra de Son, Punteador and Tarima.” The Concert Hour on Sept. 18 at 12:30 p.m in D-10 is called “Hear in Now.” It is a Midwestern...

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Find help discovering your career path
Sep08

Find help discovering your career path

The Career Center helps students take control of their situation and find the career that is right for them. The workshop they are holding on Sept. 9 will provide the information and tools needed that will help students succeed when finding jobs outside of Palomar College. The center takes a ‘holistic’ approach that will analyze students’ situation and develop comprehensive plans to meet their needs and reach their desired goals....

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