Students audition for interactive performance
Feb20

Students audition for interactive performance

The instigator, facilitator and guide of “The Water Speaks” held an unconventional, group audition lasting more than two hours on Feb. 4. Michael Mufson, professor of theater arts at Palomar College, called everyone into a circle as he prepared to explain the details of the performance, and what the night entailed. Close to 20 students gathered around as he began sharing information on how the production came about....

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Club Rush event promotes student involvement
Feb20

Club Rush event promotes student involvement

Student leaders from many of Palomar’s student clubs came out on Jan. 29 to promote community involvement by participating in this semester’s Club Rush event. Club Rush, organized by the Inter-Club Council, allows students to check out the different clubs that exist on campus and meet some of their members. “This is a chance for clubs to introduce themselves and for new clubs to recruit members and get signatures needed to fill out...

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Video:  Women’s volleyball takes to the sand
Feb19

Video: Women’s volleyball takes to the sand

Women’s volleyball heads out of The Dome and into the sand for the first season at Palomar College. Philip Farry / The Telescope

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The past week in Palomar Athletics (2/9-2/16)
Feb17

The past week in Palomar Athletics (2/9-2/16)

SOFTBALL The Comets softball team continued its strong season this week, picking up three wins out of three with each of the victories coming by a safe margin. Palomar started out the week on the road at Saddleback College on Tuesday where pitcher Summer Evans complete-game performance coupled with a big day offensively for shortstop Khali Pugh and co. helped the Comets defeat the Gauchos 11-1, handing them their first loss of the...

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Surf Report: Good Fun
Feb11

Surf Report: Good Fun

Early February has not disappointed. This week, ocean waves have been reaching the 10-foot range around our local beaches. Surf reports from Surfline.com and Solspot.com forecast the waves to continue throughout the week and into the weekend, finally settling down in the 2 to 3-foot wave zone. Where are these waves coming from? These swells are being generated off shore from a storm hanging out in the middle of the Pacific, somewhere...

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6 Last-Minute Date Ideas for Valentine’s Day
Feb11

6 Last-Minute Date Ideas for Valentine’s Day

It’s that time of year again, love is in the air and picking the perfect Valentine’s Day date is crucial. If you’re a college student this is also the time of year when money can be a little tight so here is a list of six, last-minute date ideas for Valentine’s day that won’t break the bank. Plan a Movie Night: Why not surprise you partner with a night in? Build a pillow fort equipped with their favorite snacks and watch their...

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