“O Beautiful” shows society through the eyes of women, hardships
Sep10

“O Beautiful” shows society through the eyes of women, hardships

2018 has been named the year of women, and Palomar Theatre Arts is on board. Every year Palomar’s theatre department highlights a specific theme throughout their production season, usually relating to something relevant in society. With recent influences of women’s rights, the 2018-2019 season will be focused on works by women. “The idea that this semester and next semester all our plays are done with one thing in mind is to reflect...

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Palomar College Governing Board approves new contract for Superintendent Joi Lin Blake
Sep10

Palomar College Governing Board approves new contract for Superintendent Joi Lin Blake

The Palomar College Governing Board recently approved an amended contract for Superintendent Joi Lin Blake that has raised her base salary by $62,027 from her original contract. The amendment was approved at the July 10 Governing Board meeting during closed session, it was passed by a 4-to-1 vote. Nina Deerfield was the only board member to vote no. Student Trustee Amber Bancroft, who gave an advisory vote, also voted no to the...

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From Spain to Palomar for the love of golf
Apr23

From Spain to Palomar for the love of golf

A little over a year ago, Jaime Sanz, left his homeland of Spain, his mother, and brother to join his father in America to follow his dreams of becoming a pro golfer. “My father applied for a green card, and I wanted to study [at college] while I was playing golf. In Spain that is very hard to do. So, we decided to move here,” Sanz said. Sanz is 19 years old and in his second season with Palomar’s men’s golf team. He began playing...

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Candidates run for ASG executive VP position
Apr19

Candidates run for ASG executive VP position

As students get ready to vote for their new ASG executive board, it is important to know about not just your potential president, but vice president as well. The vice presidential election this year contains two candidates competing to advocate student voices and make positive changes on campus. Angela Smith, is one of the students running for vice president of ASG this year. Smith is a Political Science major, with this being her...

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Palomar’s newest innovation makes parking manageable
Feb21

Palomar’s newest innovation makes parking manageable

After years of navigating lots to find parking, Student now enjoy a new parking garage following Palomar’s grand opening on Jan 24. With five stories and 1616 parking spaces, the structure includes 28 handicapped parking spots and six van spaces. Each level contains an elevator and stairs on both. Levels one, two, and three include individual entrance and exit points to assist with traffic flow. Palomar’s Superintendent,...

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