Blackstone Pizza
Apr11

Blackstone Pizza

Blackstone Pizza does everything fresh, they make their own cheese, crust and sauce; so you don’t have to worry about eating mushy crust or stale cheese. Blackstone Pizza has a wide variety of pizza styles that could suit the craving of any pizza connoisseur. They also serves salads, sandwiches, wings, and fries. Located down the road from Mission Hills High School in San Marcos, Blackstone is a short drive from campus. It also...

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A better education should not be for sale
Apr10

A better education should not be for sale

Education must absolutely not be privatized. Sure, many public schools across our nation are underfunded, overcrowded and educationally stagnant. But even still, our education system must not be privatized. Even if you do not believe education is a right for American citizens, we cannot let socioeconomic class become even more of a factor in a child’s education. It’s estimated that 10 percent of students nationwide attend...

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Palomar softball: a driving force at the plate
Apr09

Palomar softball: a driving force at the plate

Palomar’s softball team has a supreme offense that cannot be matched. Whenever Palomar has a runner in scoring position, their offense keeps its composure and capitalizes on each opportunity which has led them to their current record of 23-4 (stats as of April 7). Palomar has blown out many teams in their conference, with scores like 10-0, 11-1, and 9-1, and 10 of the 13 games ending via the mercy rule, which has led the Comets...

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Media collaboration made easy
Apr09

Media collaboration made easy

Palomar graphics professor, Mark Bealo, considers himself a trade show connoisseur out to find new ideas, technology, and advancements in the field. It was when he was attending the National Association of Broadcasters (NAB) in 2014, where he stumbled upon a booth containing two computers connected with one cable in order to transfer files at a fast speed. For the next two years, Bealo knew he had a project in the making. “I saw that...

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Nick Vincent moves to the Mariners
Apr02

Nick Vincent moves to the Mariners

The San Diego Padres traded homegrown pitching talent Nick Vincent to the Seattle Mariners on Weds. March 30 for a player to be named later. After playing at Palomar College from 2005-2007 Vincent was drafted by the Padres in the 18th round of the 2008 MLB amateur draft. Making his major league debut with the club in June 2012, Vincent was effective out of the bullpen in his appearances compiling a 2.63 career ERA and 161 strikeouts...

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Coaches Corner: Leigh Marshall
Mar31

Coaches Corner: Leigh Marshall

In her six seasons as head coach for Palomar College, Leigh Marshall’s has revolutionized Comets women’s basketball. This season the Comets went 24-4 (13-1 PCAC Champions) before being eventually eliminated by #1 seed Mt. SAC in the second round. Three of her players, sophomore forward Lynnzy Troxell, sophomore guard Chelse Ayala and freshman guard Roshell Lamug made the all-conference first team, selected by conference...

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