ASG president without competition in upcoming election
Apr21

ASG president without competition in upcoming election

At Palomar’s Associated Student Government Election Forum Tuesday, April 12 in the Student Union, two candidates answered questions from an audience of 8 students and faculty members. One of the two candidates, Malik Spence, is not competing against anyone for the position of ASG President. This will be Spence’s second consecutive term as ASG President. “I plan to continue the good work, continue the relationships...

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Students argue how to combat racism in race relations discussion
Apr21

Students argue how to combat racism in race relations discussion

The Multicultural Studies Department, including classes such as Africana and Chicano/a studies, invited the campus to join them in a race relations discussion in the 21st century, open to students and faculty on March 30. in building MD-157. This is third time the department has held this school-wide forum, each time focusing on a different aspect of tackling racism. The discussion was led by Palomar professor Martin Juptok who...

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Financial Aid workshop
Apr21

Financial Aid workshop

The college’s Financial Aid department invites the campus community to the next Financial Aid workshop at 5:30 p.m. on May 9 in SSC-1 on the San Marcos campus. The workshop is designed to assist those in need with the necessary information on how the Financial Aid and Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) processes works. It will cover topics from the qualifications needed and which services are provided through...

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Media Days getting ready to kick off
Apr21

Media Days getting ready to kick off

Palomar College’s Media Studies Department will be hosting its sixth annual Media Days April 25-26. Media fields covered include photography, broadcast, radio, journalism and more. It is free and open to the public. Keynote speakers and industry professionals will be at Palomar sharing their knowledge in their specific field. This gives attendants a great opportunity to network with local professionals as well. Some of the...

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Palomar expands International Program
Apr18

Palomar expands International Program

At the April 12 Governing Board meeting, Associate Professor and Department Chair of the college’s Child Development program, Jenny Fererro spoke about Palomar’s plans to expand its international student body with a new “2+1+2 Program.” This new program will allow Chinese students to further their Early Childhood Development experience. “The goal is…two years at a college in China, one year here at...

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Donate blood and save lives
Apr18

Donate blood and save lives

You don’t have to be Captain America to save the world. The Palomar Health Center and Red Cross are hosting a blood drive where you, yes you, can donate blood to save lives. It will be hosted from April 25-28 in parking lot six. All donors will receive a gift (hopefully donuts) for participating. The event will last from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. To make your appointment call Health Services 760.744.1150 x2380. For those who prefer to...

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