White Nationalist
Apr20

White Nationalist

A flyer from Identity Evropa was found on a light pole off the main road on Comet Circle. As of press time, the flyer was still up. The group Identity Evropa, describes itself as an “identitarian organization” whose goals are to create a better world for people of European heritage. They also claim that ethnic diversity is “an impediment to societal harmony,” and want to retain their demographic supermajorities in the U.S. The...

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Mental health awareness month
Apr19

Mental health awareness month

The month of May is Mental Health Awareness Month, and Palomar College will be providing movie showings in participation. Palomar College’s Student Health Center and Active Minds Club is teaming up with nonprofit organization Art with Impact, to host a free interactive workshop that will feature three stimulating short films, a discussion about mental health, and a resource panel with campus and community services. Mental health is...

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Palomar hub opens to students
Apr19

Palomar hub opens to students

The new Palomar College Hub is officially open for students to gain access to essential resources to get them through the school year. The new Palomar College Hub is officially open for students to gain access to essential resources to get them through the school year. In SU-22, officials from the Student Affairs Office have created a living room type environment for students to feel safe and have a variety of resources to meet their...

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Police Outreach Event
Apr19

Police Outreach Event

SAN MARCOS — The Palomar College Police Department will be hosting their second annual Public Safety Outreach Event from 4 to 8 p.m. on April 26 in lot 12 next to the parking structure and new police station. During the event there will be a helicopter landing, a K-9 demonstration, military police from Camp Pendleton, the San Marcos fire department, food and drinks, and more. A fire rescue truck which was used in the aftermath...

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Escondido City Council positions itself with Trump on sanctuary laws
Apr09

Escondido City Council positions itself with Trump on sanctuary laws

The Escondido City Council voted to support Trump’s suit against California State’s sanctuary laws on April 4. The council voted 4-1 in support of filing a legal brief in support of the federal government against California challenging the passing of “sanctuary city” laws. The legal brief is not an attempt to sue the state, explained by City Attorney Michael McGuinness, the motion is only a filing in support of the Trump...

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ASG Constitutional Convention
Apr02

ASG Constitutional Convention

SAN MARCOS — Palomar’s Associated Student Government (ASG) had their constitutional convention on their March 9 meeting. The meeting ran several hours longer than their normally scheduled time. In the end, the board approved the new constitution, with minor grammatical and language changes to be made. The constitution has not had such a revamp in over a decade. The ASG is hoping to get the final draft of the constitution...

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