Check out staff writer Josh Ray’s blog about Palomar College baseball.
Feb15

Check out staff writer Josh Ray’s blog about Palomar College baseball.

Staff writer Josh Ray writes about Palomar College baseball in his blog.  http://cometsbb.wordpress.com/

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Coffee Confidential: Tea leaves timeless tales
Nov18

Coffee Confidential: Tea leaves timeless tales

Tea. Drunk in almost every country in the world, this alternative to coffee is what set the foundation for brewing beverages. Tea has been around for centuries, and has many medical and leisure uses. It can be drank as a substitute for coffee to give you a jolt in the morning, or it could be enjoyed at the end of the day to unwind. No one is sure who or how tea was originated, but the Chinese have a take on how it was contrived. Back...

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Coffee Confidential: A ‘Pressing’ Matter
Oct30

Coffee Confidential: A ‘Pressing’ Matter

Preferred by coffee experts all over the world this brewing method is a fast and inexpensive way to enjoy a great cup of coffee. A French press is hands down the best way to appreciate all the flavors and aromas coffee has to offer. This method had been used for more than 50 years and undergone several design changes. It all started in 1929 with Attilio Calimani, an Italian living in France with a passion for coffee. Calimani designed...

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Follow Staff writer Susan Whaley’s Blog
Oct29

Follow Staff writer Susan Whaley’s Blog

Staff writer Susan Whaley is training for the Carlsbad marathon. Follow her Journey here.   http://travelwhaley.wordpress.com/

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Coffee Confidential: Spilling the Beans
Oct22

Coffee Confidential: Spilling the Beans

Over 54 percent of Americans drink coffee on a daily basis, but most people don’t know the origins and varieties available to them. There are over 40 different strands of coffee plants that span all over the globe. Each strand has its own unique flavor that can be roasted over 10 ways, changing its taste entirely. It all started in the 13th Century when Ethiopian shepherds noticed their sheep had become extremely energetic after...

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Cooler heads prevail during finals!

Congratulations for those of you Palomar students that are only weeks away from the Commencement Ceremony, which is taking place on the Palomar football field, May 25. Some of us however are still under a mountain of stress, with finals coming to a head… that’s why I plan on attending the Palomar DeStree Fest! The Office of Student Affairs is hosting the event, and students that purchased a 2013 Spring Student Activity...

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