Best of Spring 2014 Semester
May19

Best of Spring 2014 Semester

[Show picture list] A look back at Spring 2014′s most memorable...

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Capturing the California Coast
May05

Capturing the California Coast

This spring semester Donna Cosentino’s photography class, Photographers of California, visited Carmel, Calif. March 26-30. Students met with photographers John Sexton, Kim Weston and Huntington Witherill. Each photographer shared their work, each one with a different take on their process and style. The students spent the rest of their time visiting galleries and photographing at Point Lobos State Park, along the Big Sur Coast and in...

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Students selected to All-USA academic team
Apr30

Students selected to All-USA academic team

Students Maylin Caldwell and Anh Tran were selected to represent Palomar College for a position on the All-USA Community College Academic Team. Each community college in the 38 participating states rigorously evaluate all applicants and choose the best two Phi Theta Kappa members based on academic excellence, leadership and service to the college and community. Each college sends their nominated pair to a ceremony to recognize them as...

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‘The Glass Studio”: Glass Blowing at Palomar College
Apr03

‘The Glass Studio”: Glass Blowing at Palomar College

Slideshow by Lucy Wheeler/The Telescope

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Torture is on full display at the Museum of Man
Mar10

Torture is on full display at the Museum of Man

  They have the most innocuous sounding names: rack, the straw plant, the diving chair, noise maker’s fire; but throughout human history, especially during Medieval Times and the Spanish Inquisition, these names instilled fear for anyone who has heard of them. Imagine being stretched to the point until you are literally split into two, having your fleshed burned and charred with a symbol that detailed your crime, or stuffed into...

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