Video: A home with wheels
Dec19

Video: A home with wheels

  The Mousseau family live a nomadic lifestyle by choosing to reside in an RV. They are a family of four that enjoy seeing the sunset at a different location every night in San Diego. Video produced by Cam Buker/The...

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Video: Christmas traditions and toy drive
Dec13

Video: Christmas traditions and toy drive

The holidays is a time for family, fun, and traditions. Hear some creative traditions that people do to bring forth the holiday season, and get inspired to start your own traditions. Produced by Bethany Nash/The Telescope...

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Video: Food Court at Palomar
Dec12

Video: Food Court at Palomar

Students at Palomar share their opinions on the food court. Produced by Esmeralda Perez, Marcy Cortes, Hayley Stevenson and Joseph Sandoval/The Telescope  

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A thought for Intersession
Dec12

A thought for Intersession

Intersession isn’t even a part of Spring semester. I think that having an Intersession schedule is a great benefit for Palomar students because it allows  one to finish a semester’s worth of classes in up to a four-week period.  The biggest downside besides the extensive hours of a compacted class is that it also counts towards one’s Spring semester units.  This is not fair to students trying to advance and speed up the school...

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Snatch the Snapchat specs
Dec12

Snatch the Snapchat specs

Snapchat the innovative application it already is with over a 150 million users has created the next big thing, Snapchat Spectacles. Snapchat Spectacles are sunglasses that allow the user to take pictures and film 10 second videos through the sunglass lens. The sunglasses connect to your phone through the app to use as a viewfinder and post your videos or photos. The glasses also come with a case that charges the glasses when needed....

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A sentiment for community college
Dec12

A sentiment for community college

When I was a senior in High School I always wondered where I would go to college. I wasn’t sure where I would go, I just knew that I was going somewhere. As far as schools were concerned, there were a few including, Cal State San Marcos, San Diego State, Arizona State, and the University of New Mexico. I didn’t really care which school I went to, as long as I didn’t end up at Community College. As my senior year wore on and my...

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