Poets, writers, and artists publish literary journal
May20

Poets, writers, and artists publish literary journal

  The Bravura Literary Journal has been a source of creativity since 1964.   Student run, each year runs the task of not only receiving submissions, but going through them and selecting work from Palomar’s diverse community. Dr. Rocco Versaci and Dr. Carlton Smith have been overseeing the supervision of the literary journal since 2000, and both teach creative writing at Palomar. Students who sign up for the class that puts together...

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Camaraderie: the foundation of baseball
May14

Camaraderie: the foundation of baseball

“Hitters! Shirts off!” The booming voice of head coach Cord “Buck” Taylor rings out over the baseball field of Palomar athletes taking ground balls and pop flies. “We hit with no shirts last week and won,” said Coach Taylor. “We’re going try it again.” Having won the previous series against the College of the Canyons in a thrilling walk-off the men of the Palomar baseball team decided to try their luck and risk the sunburn for...

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Palomar administration cuts the ribbon for new campus in Rancho Bernardo
May08

Palomar administration cuts the ribbon for new campus in Rancho Bernardo

Palomar College extended its reach with the community after cutting the ribbon at the entrance of their new satellite campus in Rancho Bernardo on May 7. “This is a momentous occasion for Palomar College,” Palomar President Joi Lin Blake said to a crowd of faculty, staff and other members of the district. “It’s our commitment to accessible, affordable quality education for all of our communities in the region.” The Rancho Bernardo...

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From Spain to Palomar for the love of golf
Apr23

From Spain to Palomar for the love of golf

A little over a year ago, Jaime Sanz, left his homeland of Spain, his mother, and brother to join his father in America to follow his dreams of becoming a pro golfer. “My father applied for a green card, and I wanted to study [at college] while I was playing golf. In Spain that is very hard to do. So, we decided to move here,” Sanz said. Sanz is 19 years old and in his second season with Palomar’s men’s golf team. He began playing...

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South Education Center
Apr20

South Education Center

Palomar College will be be offering classes to those in the southern portion of our district in Rancho Bernardo, beginning this summer. The ribbon cutting for the new South Education Center is set to take place early next month, and there is currently a list of over 50 classes available on eServices for students to enroll in for the summer semester. “A lot of students don’t want to travel more than 10 miles to the community college,”...

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Coach Mancao looks forward to season end
Apr19

Coach Mancao looks forward to season end

30-year veteran Coach of Palomar’s Men’s Tennis, Ronnie Mancao, looks forward to another year of tennis despite this particular season’s external struggles. “The difference with this season is that we have been struggling to get enough players,” Mancao said. “We had a lot of last minute transfers.” Mancao said that they lost four players due to them transferring, but he added this is good for the past players despite being hard...

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