Women’s basketball lost in round 4 of regionals
Mar11

Women’s basketball lost in round 4 of regionals

[Show picture list] An outstanding season for the Comets Women’s Basketball team came to an end on March 8 as Palomar lost to Mt. San Antonio College 60-54 in round 4 of the California Communit College Athletic Association (CCCAA) Southern California Regional playoffs. Keisha Cox (11) led all players with 22 points and 11 rebounds. Melissa Allen (15) was second high scorer for The Comets with 8 points. Jessica Scott (52) pulled The...

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Lamar’s ‘evil’ new single is a mouthful of the blackest berries
Mar09

Lamar’s ‘evil’ new single is a mouthful of the blackest berries

Finally, a song that’s not all about bitches, drugs and money. Kendrick Lamar has come out with a song that states so much more in a brutally honest way. Lamar’s new single “The Blacker The Berry” produced by Boi-1da was released Feb. 9. Some comment on it saying it is “evil.” Some say it is a political statement. This song is brash, bold, blunt and dark. Infused with aggressive metaphors about the African American race and the...

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State accreditation team gives exit report
Mar09

State accreditation team gives exit report

After spending the week studying Palomar College, a group of 13 people from around the state issued their report card on the 23,000-student college. On the afternoon of March 5, the Accreditation Commission for Community and Junior Colleges met with school officials in a packed lecture room to rate the two-year school. The results is an early indicator of whether the school can keep its accreditation status or if they would be put on...

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Palomar Sports Recap: Tuesday, March 3
Mar04

Palomar Sports Recap: Tuesday, March 3

TENNIS Women’s tennis picked up their third win of the season on Tuesday, March 3rd with a 6-3 team win over Imperial Valley College at El Centro while the men had a commanding, 9-0 win over Imperial Valley at Palomar for their third win of the season as well. Both squads play Grossmont College at 2 p.m. on Thursday with the men hosting the Griffins in San Marcos and the women’s team traveling out to El Cajon. BASEBALL  ...

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Womens Basketball host playoffs Saturday
Feb27

Womens Basketball host playoffs Saturday

On Saturday the No. 5 seed Comet’s (24-3) host the No. 12 Long Beach City College Vikings (17-10) 7 p.m. at the Dome in the second round of the CCCAA Southern California Regionals. Boasting the PCAC’s player of the year, Keisha Cox, and the PCAC coach of the year in Leigh Marshall, the  3-time reigning PCAC champion Comets will be favored in the playoff matchup. Get out to the Dome Saturday and support your...

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Faculty rally for better pay, work conditions
Feb26

Faculty rally for better pay, work conditions

Palomar professors and students rallied Wednesday next to the clock tower to protest and raise awareness of what they called lousy pay and poor working conditions of part-time professors. For National Adjunct Day, Palomar professors joined forces with their counterparts at community colleges nationwide to lead the charge in North County San Diego for better working conditions for part-time faculty. A mesh of students and teachers...

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