Through the Lens
Dec04

Through the Lens

Palomar College’s photo depart­ment is holding their annual juried exhibition called “Enlightened Lens” where there will be more than 60 photographs made by Palomar Col­lege students on display. The exhibition opens on Dec. 9 where it will be on display until Jan. 7. There will be an opening reception from 5:30 to 8 p.m. on Dec. 10. The photography program at Palomar has been on campus for over 60 years. There was...

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Campus Police department moves beyond the trailer
Dec04

Campus Police department moves beyond the trailer

Palomar College will see a new parking structure in the next decade. The Governing Board of Palomar College approved for a building plan of a new Campus Police Department, as well as parking garage in 2006. Updated plans were presented to the board in October with the set goal to construct a new parking garage and relocate campus police by 2022. While plans are in the works, they won’t be accomplished for quite some time while...

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Anatomy students open up
Dec04

Anatomy students open up

Students are dissecting and investigating the remnants of human cadavers on campus. Palomar has three cadavers on campus for students who are looking to specialize in the field of anatomy. The correlating major for this specialization would be pre-nursing, occupational therapy, kinesiology, and physical therapy. Each cadaver is leased for a period of up to seven years from University of California San Diego Medical Center for around...

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Drug offenses top campus crime Report
Dec04

Drug offenses top campus crime Report

A series of arson offenses committed on the main campus in 2014 attributed to the 32 total crimes recorded at Palomar College during the last few years, according to the 2016 Annual Security Report. Palomar College’s Campus Police officials tracks campus crime every year with the Clery Report. The annual report — required of all colleges that use financial aid — contains crime statistics and campus policies and safety...

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Building the library from the bedrock
Dec04

Building the library from the bedrock

Palomar College Library is going from straight out of the 70s, to a more modern look that students will look forward to doing home­work and studying in. The Palomar College library was built in 1983 and remains unchanged since. Aside from the addition of computers, the interior of the library is out of date. Until recently with the money from Proposition M that has allowed Palomar to recreate its campus, which includes the...

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Gallery: 2016 Election Season
Nov18

Gallery: 2016 Election Season

As the election season swept over the nation, North County San Diego saw itself embroiled in its own headline making political debates. National and state officials vied for the attention of voters within our region to secure their political power for the next several years. Here are those images that capture every facet of our election season. [Show as slideshow] 12► Photos by Joe Dusel, Mitchell Hill, Johnny...

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