‘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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Failing to represent Palomar
Mar09

Failing to represent Palomar

Yelling matches, storming out during meetings, resignations and allowing plans to fall through; the ASG is showing itself to be completely dysfunctional and maybe, unfit to serve. As student leaders, you are supposed to lead by example. And this is the example you are setting for the rest of the student body? The ASG has failed to follow through on setting goals, posting minutes on its website (something the Governing Board directed...

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Parking woes
Mar03

Parking woes

Whether it’s circling the parking lot in search of a space or the hassle of coughing up $40 just to park each semester, one thing we all can agree on is that parking on campus is a pain. And it’s about to get worse. Campus Police have proposed increasing payment for parking by $10. Making it $50, as if it wasn’t already painful enough. For starters, the lack of available parking spaces is already a nightmare, so why should students...

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Theatre group performs The Glass Menagerie
Feb08

Theatre group performs The Glass Menagerie

[Show picture list] The Palomar College Theatre Ensemble performed Tennessee William’s ‘The Glass Menagerie’, which ran from Jan. 31 to Feb. 2 in the Studio...

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