The importance of Obama’s forgiveness plan
Sep11

The importance of Obama’s forgiveness plan

Former President Barack Obama has provided an alternative option among college students by proposing a loan forgiveness plan that was enacted in 2015. College students are earning a higher education at a very high price. As children, we are told that in order to be successful, we must go to college. But when the time comes, we are charged thousands of dollars in tuition cost. Going into debt has to be one of the scariest things a...

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Men’s water polo debut head coach
Sep11

Men’s water polo debut head coach

Palomar College men’s water polo team is ready for an exciting season with help from their new head coach. After last seasons win in the 2016 Pacific Coast Athletic Conference (PCAC) the team is on the rise with new coaching techniques. The team finished the season 19-8. The water polo team is debuting their new head coach Kody Moffatt after having coach Jem McAdams, who now coaches the women’s water polo. Moffatt is a ex-Comet water...

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Test Taking Strategies
Sep06

Test Taking Strategies

ESCONDIDO — The Teaching and Learning Center (TLC) will be hosting a test-taking strategies skill shop from 1 to 2 p.m. on Thursday, Sept 14 in room 500B at the Escondido Campus. The skill shop is opened and offered to anyone interested in learning new ways to overcome test anxiety, stress-free learning techniques and other useful test-taking tips. This is a great way for students to assess their current test-taking strategies...

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Good news for picky eaters
Dec12

Good news for picky eaters

Scared to try a new dish? You’re not alone. When going to a new restaurant and looking at a menu one has a very important decision to make which is what to order. Many will make a risky decision and follow their cravings by ordering something new on the menu. However, there are those who will rely on “safe foods”, a dish one is familiar with and repeatedly orders regardless of the restaurant.   Personally, when I go to a...

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Concert hour introduces Trombone trio
Nov15

Concert hour introduces Trombone trio

The spark of vibrations coming from the Sean Reusch trombone trio lit up Concert Hour on Nov. 3. The trio consisted of Sean Reusch, Brian O’Donnell and Steven Gray. The performers are faculty at Palomar College as well as at other colleges around the county. During the performance students and staff listened as both Reusch and O’Donnell played the trombone while Gray played the piano. O’Donnell and Reusch performed their...

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