Soccer MVP looks to build off strong season
Dec12

Soccer MVP looks to build off strong season

The women’s soccer team might not have reached its goals this season, but Samantha Kaye-Toral leaves her team with feelings of hope for what could happen next season. Kaye-Toral is from Murrieta, where she attended Murrieta Mesa High School. Now she is playing as Palomar’s center midfield, a key position for the team where she orchestrates attacks and helps defend. Although a freshman on the team, Kaye-Toral has become a...

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College president’s contract
Dec08

College president’s contract

When searching for Dr. Joi Lin Blake’s contract, Palomar’s Superintendent, salary and contract agreement, it is a lengthy investigation. State law is that whenever one is paid with tax payer’s money, the contract must be public. Although it doesn’t state how easy it should be to find, it has to be seen at least somewhere. One of the tools tax payers can utilize and know where their money is going is...

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iPhone is not worth your money
Oct21

iPhone is not worth your money

Why would you even bother buying Appleā€™s most expensive iPhone when it is worth more than your average tuition at Palomar. Apple is set to release their iPhone X on Oct. 27, 2017, which is priced at $1,149, not including tax, warranty, or network/carrier charges. The model includes a 5.8-inch display, 3D facial recognition, HDR display, super retina HD display, and dual optical camera. All these features have yet to be seen in prior...

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Palomar Police chief requests cameras in Student Union
Oct19

Palomar Police chief requests cameras in Student Union

Palomar Police are seeking permission from the Associated Student Government (ASG) to place security cameras in the SU-Quad and on the clock tower. The idea is to provide more security and ways to obtain evidence in criminal cases small and large. For example, if a student leaves their computer or phone in the SU-Quad, the police station would be able to see when and where it was left, and if anyone took it. Police Chief Chris Moore...

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Learning Style Workshop
Aug25

Learning Style Workshop

SAN MARCOS— Students have the opportunity to attend an interactive workshop to discover their learning style. The Teaching and Learning Center welcomes all students to attend on Sept. 11 from 11am-12pm. The purpose is to help students identify what their learning is and the ways they can utilize their style in order to succeed in and out of the classroom. The workshop will be held in TLC-112. For more information, you can reach...

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