Should E-sports be considered real sports? Con
Nov14

Should E-sports be considered real sports? Con

Esports, also known as electronic sports, is simply not a REAL sport, and no amount of cheat codes will make it so. The technical definition of a sport is “an activity involving physical exertion and skill in which an individual or team competes against another or others for entertainment.” Where as the definition of an Esport is said to be, “a form of competition that is facilitated by electronic systems, particularly video games;...

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Alumni gather to honor former coach
Oct19

Alumni gather to honor former coach

Wrestlers and coaches from Palomar’s past and present gathered together to celebrate a Hall of Fame coach and athletic director, at 7 p.m. on Oct. 11 at the Palomar Dome. Alumni wrestlers, including Hall of Fame wrestlers Aaron Gaeir and Joe Ismay, honored former coach and athletic director John Woods, who was inducted into the Palomar Athletics Hall of Fame in 2016. For this occasion, Palomar wrestling alumni were invited back to...

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Halcyon, better than Starbucks?
Oct18

Halcyon, better than Starbucks?

When walking up to Halcyon the first thing that one would notice is the open, airy environment of the new coffee shop, bar, and bistro, created as a part of their simple, yet hipster aesthetic. It gives the patrons the illusion that the building doesn’t exist, a feeling of being outside. Halcyon is originally based out of East Village. Their new San Marcos location is the easiest and closest coffee shop for the California State...

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Student Affairs has a new face
Oct02

Student Affairs has a new face

Lover of Miley Cyrus’ Malibu, yoga and cats is Palomar’s new student affairs supervisor, Chelsea Kott. Kott began her college career at Santa Barbara Community College (SBCC) where she was the first person in her family to attend college, which her parents were not in full support of. “It was kind of confusing for my family to understand why I wanted to go to school… I dove into the academic portion and loved every second of...

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Palomar College keeping the promise
Sep11

Palomar College keeping the promise

The Palomar Promise Program has helped many high school graduates take hold of their desire for higher education. The Promise Program gives one year of free college tuition to incoming freshman within the area. In addition to $1,000 for books as well as education and career guidance. Students began the application process during their senior year of high school. By June 2, Palomar had received 2,036 applications for first year...

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