Speakout: Solar Eclipse 2017
Aug21

Speakout: Solar Eclipse 2017

Sun watchers at Palomar College had the opportunity to witness a sliver of what is to the be The Great American Eclipse on August 21. The total solar eclipse hasn’t occurred on the North American continent since 1979 and while the college was not under the moons path to totality, students and faculty were able to see a partial eclipse—59 percent sun obstruction at totality—that occurred at 10:23 a.m. Monday. The Telescope staff...

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Gallery:  Palomar College holds their 70th commencement ceremony
May30

Gallery: Palomar College holds their 70th commencement ceremony

Palomar’s graduation class of Spring 2017 graduate in front of family, friends, faculty and administration at the Commencement Ceremony on May 26.  The graduates prepare to go from one journey of life and in to the next.  Photography by Joe Dusel and Jaqueline Castellanos Gonzalez/The Telescope [Show as...

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Chief Dimaggio hands in badge
May23

Chief Dimaggio hands in badge

As he approaches his final farewell as Chief of Police here at Palomar College, Mark Dimaggio leaves behind a strong legacy of mentoring, motivation, and the importance of connecting with people on a human level. Having been involved in law enforcement for the past 33 years, Dimaggio can draw from a variety of unique learning experiences to improve not only his current position as chief, but the positions of his team members in the...

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A new Path to Palomar has been created
May22

A new Path to Palomar has been created

Palomar College targeted enrollment numbers for older students with its latest event, “Path to Palomar.” On April 27, Palomar College and the Education to Career Network (ETCN) hosted the Path to Palomar event for students enrolled in local adult schools. The event showcased several of Palomar’s education programs to the visiting students, such as automotive and computer technology, as well as nursing and business management. Valerie...

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Men’s volleyball team has down year, but future is bright
May19

Men’s volleyball team has down year, but future is bright

The Palomar men’s volleyball team is optimistic to build off of their 2-16 record from the 2017 season. For first year head Coach Bryan Campbell, a former volleyball player at Palomar, it was a season of trial and error. “A lot of the guys bought in and everybody worked hard, so I really can’t complain,” Campbell said. The season began in February with a 3-0 set loss at the hands of Long Beach College. Palomar...

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Student showcase arrives in Boehm
Apr25

Student showcase arrives in Boehm

Several art mediums by fresh artists at Palomar will be showcased at the Boehm Art Gallery in “Fresh”, the annual student art exhibition, from May 1-23. According to Gallery Coordinator Kylee McDowell, art pieces are chosen by professors to represent their class. One student per class per semester is chosen to have their work on display. The student exhibition has been around ever since the Boehm Gallery opened in the...

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