American Indian Studies’ Native American Heritage Month Display
AIS students in Prof. Aquallo’s classes designed the displays in SM library’s entrance and on our 2nd floor. The students selected the theme (Who We Are) and designed all the display elements. Their examination of Native American stereotypes is both reflective and provocative!
Slideshow of November Veterans Day 2015 Library Display
From now until September 31st, vote as often and as many times as you like for your choice for the 2010-2011 Palomar Reads Book Selection.
Palomar Reads is a program that seeks to build community on the Palomar College campuses by reading a common book and having discussion groups, events, lectures, and other activities based around the themes found in the book we choose. Each of the finalists for this year’s Palomar Reads has something for the students, faculty, and staff of Palomar College to relate to and consider. So, please, help us choose our book by voting for your favorite!
Visit: http://tiny.cc/PCReads to read more about it and to vote for your choice.
The three books to choose from for this academic year are:
Enrique’s Journey by Sonia Nazario.
Highwire Moon by Susan Straight.
Three Cups of Tea by Greg Mortenson and David Relin.
Click on any of the titles listed above to get more information and vote for your choice!