Blood Drive Gay Blood Ban
Oct22

Blood Drive Gay Blood Ban

The American Red Cross (ARC) invites students every semester to donate blood, unless you’re a sexually active member of the homosexual community because of an outdated policy imposed by the FDA. Between September 17th to the 21st the American Red Cross was on campus taking blood donations from anyone willing to donate a pint. However, according to the ARC website, they will refuse blood from sexually active gay men willing to...

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New cheer coach brings new hope
Oct22

New cheer coach brings new hope

It in’t exactly common knowledge that Palomar has a cheer team and their aspirations are definitely bigger than their pompoms! Palomar Cheer plans to top the sports pyramid in future competitions, especially with returning cheerleaders and a new coach.Our school’s spirit champion’s have definitely been under the radar in previous years, but with a fresh new coach straight from Florida, goals and expectations have...

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Book Review: “To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before”
Oct22

Book Review: “To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before”

One Hatbox, five letters, and a secret kept, sent. To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before (TATBILB), by Jenny Han, is a young adult, coming of age romance novel that tugs at your nostalgic heartstrings and makes you yearn for that high school sweetheart that got away. Laura Jean Covey navigates through high school, heartbreak, and a romantic hoax. When her love letters are sent unbeknownst to her, Covey’s life is sent...

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Coastal Clean Up
Oct03

Coastal Clean Up

The San Marcos community came together on Saturday, Sept. 15 for San Diego’s annual Coastal Cleanup Day. Volunteers helped clean a vacant parcel of land along San Marcos Boulevard. Over 70 participants showed up with their own reusable water bottles, work gloves, buckets and bags to brave the end-of-summer heat and help clean the greater San Marcos area. Those who did not bring their own supplies were provided with them. San...

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