Beloved counselor lives on in $100,000 bequest

Beloved counselor lives on in $100,000 bequest

April Woods, who taught and counseled at Palomar College for 25 years, lost her battle with cancer in 2017. Now there is a travel scholarship in her name, thanks to a $100,000 bequest to the Palomar College Foundation. Pictured above: Melissa Grant holds a photo of...
Outreach librarian helps students get to know new library

Outreach librarian helps students get to know new library

Natalie Lopez provides tours, teaches classes, and constantly promotes the many services of the Palomar College Library/Learning Resource Center (LRC). About the new building, she says, “I’ve heard nothing but wonderful things from our students.” SAN MARCOS — When she...
Josh Lomeli: a Palomar-Powered career in water technology

Josh Lomeli: a Palomar-Powered career in water technology

Palomar student on the cover of the Spring 2019 Class Schedule will earn his degree in Water Technology this year. He is already on the job with the Rincon del Diablo Municipal Water District in Escondido. ESCONDIDO — Like many students, Josh Lomeli cycled through a...
The year ahead: Top 10 for 2019

The year ahead: Top 10 for 2019

Palomar College celebrated many significant milestones in 2018, from the opening of new education centers in Rancho Bernardo and Fallbrook to the successful expansion of the Palomar Promise. With the New Year, the college is anticipating a flurry of activity, with...
Business professor comes to Palomar with a variety of expertise

Business professor comes to Palomar with a variety of expertise

SAN MARCOS — When Lakshmi Paranthaman first read the job description for a professor who could teach both Real Estate and Business Law, she thought the posting might as well have her name on it. Highly experienced in both fields, Paranthaman applied for the job at...