Music duo is walking on a dream at Concert Hour
Apr18

Music duo is walking on a dream at Concert Hour

Peter Sprague and Leonard Patton, a musical duo, released an album titled “Dream Walkin” (2015) that was nominated for the Best Jazz Recording at the 2015 SD Music Awards. The duo was featured in Palomar’s Concert Hour on April 13 at the Howard Brubeck Theatre. Sprague and Patton performed re-interpretations of songs from Stevie Wonder, The Beatles and Djavan. Their style combines a variety of different musical...

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Club Rush falls flat in Quad; poor attendance
Feb27

Club Rush falls flat in Quad; poor attendance

Written by Michelle Schneider Club “Rush” implies a fast-paced, high-energy event, but this semester’s event only showcased five clubs. On Feb. 14-15, clubs set up rows of red tented booths in front of the SU Quad to promote their interests in technology, world affairs and community involvement. Club Rush takes place once a semester to spread awareness about club activities and help recruit new members at Palomar...

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Snowboard season arrives as mountains turn white
Dec04

Snowboard season arrives as mountains turn white

It’s that time of year to put away the surfboards and take out the snowboards. Snowboarding season is fast approaching and it’s time to get season passes and hope for some major snow fall. Whether you are a beginner, amateur or pro to the snow, this season is looking good. Season passes for Bear Moun­tain, a popular destination for San Diego snowboarders, range any­where from $200 to $1000. If you’d rather save some...

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Dancing around the world in one night
Nov28

Dancing around the world in one night

The World Dance Festival was a night full of dancing, socialization new friends, and cultural exposure. Upon entering the studio theater there was a stage set up for the guest band, reserved tables set up along the sides, and chairs set up for the rest of the guests. People quickly flooded in, ready to begin a night full of dancing. First up, was a passionate speech from the Chair of Performing Arts, Patriceann Mead, who expressed her...

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Bible familia shares faith
Oct01

Bible familia shares faith

Explore your faith and Latino culture with LaFe Intervarsity club. Intervarsity is a Christian fellowship group whose clubs at multiple college campuses offer Bible discussions to anyone interested. LaFe Intervarsity is a sect of Intervarsity, but differs in that it welcomes Latino students to openly discuss the Bible explore their faith. The vision of LaFe, as said in their club’s mission statement, is to “create a familia of Latino...

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New club on campus provides fun opportunity without limits
Sep19

New club on campus provides fun opportunity without limits

A new club has formed at Palomar College called No Limits, a club for disabled students. The club bring a sense of community and provides social activities for disabled students, and helps promote awareness and advocacy for them. No Limits is open to all interested students, not just those who are disabled. “I think it would be good opportunity for students to come together and meet new friends” said David Groudas, a 27-year-old...

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