Stop Making Clouds on Campus
Apr20

Stop Making Clouds on Campus

Students who create clouds of smoke on campus should not only feel responsible for diminishing the health of others, but also feel guilty for breaking the smoking-free and tobacco-free campus policies established at Palomar since 2015. Palomar’s policy states,”The District shall provide and maintain a workplace and learning environment that is smoke and tobacco-free to promote the safety and health of students, employees...

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Candidates run for ASG executive VP position
Apr19

Candidates run for ASG executive VP position

As students get ready to vote for their new ASG executive board, it is important to know about not just your potential president, but vice president as well. The vice presidential election this year contains two candidates competing to advocate student voices and make positive changes on campus. Angela Smith, is one of the students running for vice president of ASG this year. Smith is a Political Science major, with this being her...

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‘Lara Croft: Tomb Raider’ falls below expectations
Apr01

‘Lara Croft: Tomb Raider’ falls below expectations

Alicia Vikander takes on Angelina Jolie’s original role as Lara Croft, in the 2018 remake of the film Tomb Raider. Vikander, or “Lara Croft” in the film, is a seasoned actress with 55 award nominations, winning 52 of them, the highest being an Oscar for Best Performance by an Actress in a Supporting Role, The Danish Girl, according to IMDb. The original film released in 2001 was directed by Simon West, whereas the...

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Should the U.S. have free universal healthcare? Pro
Feb28

Should the U.S. have free universal healthcare? Pro

33 million people in the United States (10.4 percent of the US population) did not have health insurance in 2014, according to the US Census Bureau, and that is unacceptable. According to the United States Population Review, the amount of people without health insurance in America during 2014 equals the amount of people who populated Texas in the same year. Actions need to take place by lawmakers to create a bill that will eliminate...

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Palomar Track and Field finds new training facility
Feb19

Palomar Track and Field finds new training facility

Palomar’s Track and Field team, the Comets, are gearing up for a successful season. The Comets will begin their seasons’ training at an unfamiliar training field located at Escondido High School. Although it’s not their usual training facility, Coach Sonia Rodriguez has positive feelings about the change. Coach Rodriguez stated, “We are very grateful to be able to use the Escondido facility. We are able to utilize the equipment,...

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