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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The Vapes of Wrath
Apr18

The Vapes of Wrath

“Bro, do you even vape?” Whether the answer is yes or no, it is important to educate yourself! The Health center is hosting an Earth Day event on the truths of e-cigarettes and vaping. It will be held in room AA-140 on Tuesday, April 19. From 12 to 1 pm, students will learn about how smoke from vaping effects the planet and what we can do to stop further destruction. For more information, you can contact the health center...

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Spring Fest invites students to interact with clubs
Apr13

Spring Fest invites students to interact with clubs

Palomar’s clubs will be on display from 10 a.m. to 1p.m. April 13 and 14 during Spring Fest in the Student Union quad. Hosted by Palomar’s Inter-Club Council, club members be outside the cafeteria with booths set up inviting students to understand clubs, learn more about the activities they host and partake in leisurely activities at Spring Fest. “Hopefully they will join them, take part in their activities to get...

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Palomar students could lose BOG
Apr12

Palomar students could lose BOG

There are currently 4,500 Palomar students on probation who could potentially lose their Board of Governers fee waiver in the Fall 2016 semester. In total, there are 7,500 students using the BOG, which waives enrollment fees, who must meet the academic and progress standards in order to keep it. This includes maintaining a cumulative GPA of 2.0 or higher and completing 50 percent of their units. If students fail to meet these...

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