Campus holds public forums for three search finalists
May24

Campus holds public forums for three search finalists

A Palomar College committee has chosen three finalists in the search for a new president , and campus officials held public forums for the candidates May 18 at the Howard Brubeck Theatre. The three finalists were Joi Lin Blake, president at Alameda College; Bryan Reece, vice president of Instruction at Crafton Hills College; and Arturo Reyes, president at Medocino College. Palomar’s Governing Board is slated to meet at 4 p.m....

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Video:  The Arboretum – Palomar’s area of exploration since 1973
May24

Video: The Arboretum – Palomar’s area of exploration since 1973

Palomar’s arboretum is always open as a place to hike, take pictures, study, and just enjoy nature. To find out more watch this video and check out http://www2.palomar.edu/pages/arboretum/ to find out more. Photos and Video by Michaela Sanderson/The Telescope [Show as...

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Video: Simple Safety: My Story
May19

Video: Simple Safety: My Story

Jennifer Seitel is a very inspiring women with an impactful story. This story takes her to schools and events all over the state, especially in the San Diego and Riverside county areas. She speaks on, and shares about what happened to her and how to prevent it. Jennifer was paralyzed when she was sixteen years old but hasn’t let that stop her from learning how to use her body again, and help others in similar and not so similar...

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Early Childhood Education Lab school changes location on campus
May18

Early Childhood Education Lab school changes location on campus

It’s recess and a group of 5-year-old girls are building a house out of wooden blocks, the next second they’re squealing and jumping, clutching on to each others shirts as they scream about a spider. The others try to console one another proclaiming, “If you guys scream it will be scared, so no one scream.” Their teacher Mrs. Srisuda grabs a science jar so they can examine it safely later. They thought they escaped the variety of...

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ASG President disappointed in voter turnout
May18

ASG President disappointed in voter turnout

With the ASG Elections over, Malik Spence, current and future president of ASG, reflects on the dismal number of votes casted in the election and his “learning experience” he had this year as president. Spence felt the election “could have been better” and has since developed a strategy for the future of ASG elections. Also voted on in the Election was one of the 14 positions of Senator. Amber Bancroft was...

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Local Muslim scholar speaks to students about living as a Muslim today
May18

Local Muslim scholar speaks to students about living as a Muslim today

Islamophobia is a word with significance as politicians discuss refugee crises, homeland security and foreign affairs. Palomar’s Muslim Student Union used the word to help celebrated April as Islam Awareness Month, ending it all with a lecture on Islamophobia. The April 18 lecture featured Imam Saifuldeen, who spoke on the principle values of Islam from the Quran, what it takes to understand messages from the Quan, why terrorist do...

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