Comets track takes PCAC
May26

Comets track takes PCAC

Riley Chapman and Deondra Young have risen above the challenges to help bring their team to the forefront of success. The Comet womens track squad won the 2016 Pacific Coast Athletic Conference on April 23 at San Bernadio Valley College. The win is the college’s first title in nearly a decade. Head coach Jennifer Williams team scored 223.5 points as a collective, San Diego Mesa was the closest competion, finishing second with 147...

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Football starts up with spring conditioning
May19

Football starts up with spring conditioning

Palomar spring football practice has started. Spring practice is to improve the players overall fitness and to see who will be their key players for the upcoming season, as well as checking out the first-year players. Head coach of the Comets football team, Joe Early, says the primary focus for spring practices is to get the players ready for summer and evaluate them since the spring practice schedule is so short. “We expect the...

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Dancing to their own beat at Faculty Dance
May18

Dancing to their own beat at Faculty Dance

Vibrant colors, unique lighting and intriguing stories were woven into each piece. From the use of point of view to the creativity of silhouettes, the Faculty Dance show was one to remember, both visually and auditory. Instrumental performances were mostly performed by dance faculty while their students were on stage. On May 6 through the 8 at the Brubeck Theatre, the Dance Department intertwined dance classes, students and faculty to...

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Rising above haunting remarks really pays off
May18

Rising above haunting remarks really pays off

I was born with a life-altering disability. Or so, that’s how it’s defined on Google. Nearly 21 years into life, I learned early on that it is only life altering if you let it be. I was born with a form of Cerebral Palsy that affects my muscles and their spasticity. I don’t walk well, but I can walk. My eyes drift from time to time, but all else allows me to function as the average college student. I don’t...

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Hard work and competition pays off for star Comet pitcher
May18

Hard work and competition pays off for star Comet pitcher

For softball pitcher Summer Evans, discovering her passion for softball was almost accidental. The second-year Palomar student discovered softball because her best friend was playing. “I started playing because my friend in middle school asked me to play. So then I started and then I just happened to be really good. I never played sports really before and I was kind of naturally was decent at it so then I got better over the...

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Taxi vs. Uber and Lyft
May14

Taxi vs. Uber and Lyft

  STORY BY: Colin Daugherty You need a ride. Maybe you are at the airport, going out for the night, or are already out and had too much to drink. So you pull out your phone to get a ride. Now the question is: who is giving you a lift? Do you call a traditional taxi or use an app on your phone like Uber and Lyft? New ridesharing apps like Uber or Lyft seem to be the new way of getting around. A lot of people are leaving taxi...

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