Kava-naw, the end of American morality
Oct22

Kava-naw, the end of American morality

Brett Kavanaugh should not be appointed to the Supreme Court, because America needs more leaders, not pussy grabbers. Given the unique time, we live in where sexual assault survivors are slowly but surely feeling empowered to share their stories, disregarding Christine Ford’s testimony would be subverting the #Metoo movement as a whole. To appoint Mr. Kavanaugh with such an accusation hanging over him would be a trespass of morality,...

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Campus Culture
Oct03

Campus Culture

Story By: Linus Smith    Divisions within the Palomar community have been intensifying over the last few months; apexing during the Sept. 11 Governing Board meeting after one faculty member asserted vice presidents may be lying on behalf of Superintendent/President Joi Lin Blake, for fear of losing their jobs. Other causes for division range from apparent distrust by faculty toward administration and the Governing Board in matters...

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Palomar administration cuts the ribbon for new campus in Rancho Bernardo
May08

Palomar administration cuts the ribbon for new campus in Rancho Bernardo

Palomar College extended its reach with the community after cutting the ribbon at the entrance of their new satellite campus in Rancho Bernardo on May 7. “This is a momentous occasion for Palomar College,” Palomar President Joi Lin Blake said to a crowd of faculty, staff and other members of the district. “It’s our commitment to accessible, affordable quality education for all of our communities in the region.” The Rancho Bernardo...

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South Education Center
Apr20

South Education Center

Palomar College will be be offering classes to those in the southern portion of our district in Rancho Bernardo, beginning this summer. The ribbon cutting for the new South Education Center is set to take place early next month, and there is currently a list of over 50 classes available on eServices for students to enroll in for the summer semester. “A lot of students don’t want to travel more than 10 miles to the community college,”...

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Student threatens campus
Apr19

Student threatens campus

A student threatened to carry out a school shooting at Palomar College’s San Marcos Campus on April 20, to commemorate the anniversary of the Columbine shooting 19 years ago. On March 23, a general information email was sent out to the Palomar community from the office of public affairs. The email stated that Palomar College had received a Tarasoff warning, cautioning them about the threat, and that the alleged shooter threat had been...

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