Eastern Sierra’s explored
Dec04

Eastern Sierra’s explored

[Show as slideshow] The Eastern Sierras shine in its fall foliage and geographical landforms and Palomar photography students captured the nuances of the regions seasonal shift. Each semester Palomar’s landscape photography class steps outside of the classroom to put their skills to use. This fall, students of the Photo 171 class were given the opportunity to explore California’s Eastern Sierra Region. From Oct. 12-16 they traveled up...

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Palomar performs ‘Princess and the Pea’
Dec04

Palomar performs ‘Princess and the Pea’

Palomar Contemporary Dance Ensemble will be performing at the Howard Brubeck Theater to music conducted by the Palomar Symphony Orchestra, directed by Dr. Ellen Weller and Dr. Molly Faulkner. The repertoire includes a symphony set to music by Eric Coates, performed in five selections to ballet music of Alexander Borodin, Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky and Igor Stravinsky. The audience will be introduced to an imaginative program that has...

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Islamophopia unites campus Muslim club
Dec04

Islamophopia unites campus Muslim club

Islamophobia is defined as unfounded hostility toward Muslims, and therefore fear or dislike of all or most Muslims. Islamophobia is prevalent in America today and its effects can be earth-shattering for the Muslim community. This fear and misunderstanding affects students right here on our campus. The Muslim Student Union at Palomar College has been run by President Yasmeen Elbanna, for two consecutive semesters now. The Muslim...

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Electronic music reverberates across campus
Dec04

Electronic music reverberates across campus

Students will be preforming Electronic Music on Nov. 17 in the Performance Lab, and it will be directed by Professor Madelyn Byrne. There will be two concerts going on that day, which will be the concert hour “which will be a little bit shorter,” Madelyn Byrne said. Then there will be a longer one during the evening. For the concert students will be performing their own composed music that they have been writing and...

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An evening with Matt Black
Dec04

An evening with Matt Black

The room was packed in the first four rows of the large P-32 lecture hall at Palomar College, as Photography Department Director Donna Cosentino was rushing around preparing for renowned speaker and photojournalist Matt Black’s presentation. Cosentino introduced the speaker by thanking NCHEA, the local educational organization that raised grant money to allow Black to speak at the college, and listed the many outstanding...

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Disney creates magic in ‘Moana’

If Disney Pixar wanted to release something different, they certainly succeeded with their new movie, “Moana.” The film stars Auli’i Cravalho as Moana, a young Polynesian prin­cess, and Dwayne Johnson as Maui, her demigod friend. The two voyage across the sea to save her home from monsters. This movie can be described as different from other Disney princess movies. There are similarities to prin­cess movies of the...

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