Coffee vs. Tea: Which Is Better For You?
Mar04

Coffee vs. Tea: Which Is Better For You?

There are two types of people in the world, those who drink coffee and those who swear by tea. The debate between a cup of joe and the benefits of herbal tea are endless. A hot cup of coffee will give you that extra perk you need in the morning, while tea can help you relax after a stressful day. Besides being our essential drink of choice to help us get through the daily hustle and bustle, both promote many health benefits, no matter...

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Palomar students will receive dual free tuition plans
Mar04

Palomar students will receive dual free tuition plans

Incoming Palomar students are now met with a new, but perhaps welcomed, dilemma of navigating two options for free education. The California Promise, formally known as Assembly Bill 19 (AB-19), waives one year of community college tuition fees for all incoming freshman regardless of need. Signed by Gov. Jerry Brown in October 2017, the California Promise ensures all eligible in-state students have access to higher education by...

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Women’s Press for Progress in March
Mar04

Women’s Press for Progress in March

San Marcos – Continuing a tradition over a century old, people worldwide will celebrate International Women’s Day with a new modern-day campaign, ‘Press for Progress.’ International Women’s Day on Mar. 8 is a global celebration of women’s achievements and social, economic, cultural and political advancements. Throughout the month of March, Women’s History Month, Palomar will offer several ways to engage with the movement and...

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Palomar’s newest innovation makes parking manageable
Feb21

Palomar’s newest innovation makes parking manageable

After years of navigating lots to find parking, Student now enjoy a new parking garage following Palomar’s grand opening on Jan 24. With five stories and 1616 parking spaces, the structure includes 28 handicapped parking spots and six van spaces. Each level contains an elevator and stairs on both. Levels one, two, and three include individual entrance and exit points to assist with traffic flow. Palomar’s Superintendent,...

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ASG looks to revive elections
Feb21

ASG looks to revive elections

Palomar’s Associated Student Government (ASG) have set high expectation for this year’s election. In the 2017 ASG election, both candidates, Chris Hopp and Amber Bancroft, ran uncontested for president and vice president, respectively. Hopp gathering 25 votes, and Bancroft, 27. It was the third straight election candidates ran uncontested. Now, President Hopp and the ASG is hoping not only for a contested election, they’re looking for...

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KKSM Radio to attend award ceremony in NYC
Feb21

KKSM Radio to attend award ceremony in NYC

KKSM—the only radio station in San Diego on the dial that allows DJs to pick their own songs, has been nominated for over nine awards this March in New York City, competing with many other radio stations nationwide. Intercollegiate Broadcasting Systems (IBS) hosts the awards yearly, and will be hosting the competition. Zeb Navarro, station manager since 2006 and affiliated with the program since 1998, described the impact the students...

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