No one wants to root for a bully
Mar04

No one wants to root for a bully

The NFL has a violence problem. It’s not a secret and it hasn’t been for a while. There are 48 documented cases of domestic violence, battery and assault by NFL Players in the last four years and in the first two months of 2019 the league added numbers 49 and 50 to the pile. While all three of these are just as bad as the next, domestic violence seems to be the area that gets highlighted the most. These domestic violence cases have...

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Coach to host softball mini-clinic
Feb11

Coach to host softball mini-clinic

SAN MARCOS — Palomar’s Current Assistant Softball Coach and former player, Kali Pugh presented the 2019 Spring Offensive Mini-Clinic Series. Pugh is Palomar’s all-time hitter and Comet California Player of the Year. She has played for two national championships with Oklahoma City University and was named National Player of the Year in 2017. The Mini-Clinic will be held from 4:30 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. Feb. 11, and Feb. 25...

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Palomar basketball back in action
Dec05

Palomar basketball back in action

Story by Gerald Ligeralde Palomar men and women’s basketball is back in action and is looking to get into shape for the upcoming 2019 season. Both teams have a lot of fresh faces and raw talent, but overall both teams are hungry for the championship title especially the women’s team seeking redemption for last year’s state tournament upset. Men’s basketball tied for second in the league last season at 16-14 and played in the state...

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Cause of Death: Social Media
Nov16

Cause of Death: Social Media

In this day and age of Instagram and Snapchat, it is easy to get lost in the social media world. With this virtual world comes a harsh reality of how evil the world really is. Facebook alone has 2.47 billion users making it the most widely used social media platform. On such a big network there are bound to be cases people mishandling the power that comes while sitting behind a computer screen. This concept of cyberbullying has grown...

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‘Model’ food pantry opens to community
Nov08

‘Model’ food pantry opens to community

Story By: Krista Moore Palomar College expanded its capacity to address the needs of students facing food insecurity, with the opening of the Anita and Stan Maag Food & Nutrition Center on Oct. 29. The Nutrition Center, located behind the cafeteria in the SU-Quad, was made possible through a donation from local philanthropist Bob Wilson, who last year, donated $400,000 to the project. During the grand opening ceremony, President...

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