Water fixes one problem: the end to a drought
Sep17

Water fixes one problem: the end to a drought

Dumping a bucket of ice-cold water on your head doesn’t solve any issues in the world. It actually adds to more problems involving the serious drought California is facing now. The recent social media trend of the “Ice Bucket Challenge” is used to raise money and awareness for amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS). Someone posts a video of themselves unloading a bucket of ice-cold water on their head, then nominates...

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How Palomar College students feel about safety on campus
Sep09

How Palomar College students feel about safety on campus

  By Stephanie Haven McClatchy Washington Bureau (MCT) WASHINGTON -There have been more recorded federal investigations in the first half of 2014 into how colleges have handled campus sexual assault than in any single year before. At the helm of this crackdown sits Catherine Lhamon, who calls the numbers “jaw-dropping.” Eleven months into her job as the Department of Education’s assistant secretary for civil...

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An interactive encounter at the Boehm Gallery
Sep09

An interactive encounter at the Boehm Gallery

  The first exhibit of the semester at the Palomar College art gallery welcomes students to interact with the art work from two different artists. Alex Callender from Brooklyn, N.Y. and local artist Greg Holden Regan from Encinitas, Calif. have their pieces on display at the Boehm Gallery until Sept. 19. in a show titled “Oblique Intentions.” Callender’s show called “Everything Has Its Nature” is an expression of humans’...

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New president to lead student body
Sep04

New president to lead student body

With the support of his family and significant other, Jason Hosfield decided to run for president of the Associated Student Government at Palomar College. He was elected the new ASG president after running uncontested at the end of last Spring semester. “(My mother and father) encouraged and challenged me to be committed to the organizations that have interested me,” Hosfield said in an email. He added that his brother “was almost...

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Cal State San Marcos locked down by false alarm
Aug20

Cal State San Marcos locked down by false alarm

California State University San Marcos went on lockdown this morning when a faculty member mistook a colleague’s umbrella for a rifle case, according to officials. The incident lasted approximately 40 minutes with police swept the campus starting in the parking structure where the suspect was first spotted, according to Public Information Officer Margaret Lutz. The suspect was found unarmed and quickly identified as an employee of the...

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