Book Review: “Small Fry”
Oct22

Book Review: “Small Fry”

“You smell like a toilet” was the opening introduction to what the man behind the tech giant Apple was like and an inkling of what the odyssey of father and daughter would be like. Lisa Brennan-Jobs was born to one soon to be known computer developer Steve Jobs and a student artist named Chrisann Brennan on a farm commune in Oregon. At the time of her birth her father named her despite claiming she wasn’t his. Lisa’s writing is a...

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Pie vs. Cake: Pro Cake
Mar31

Pie vs. Cake: Pro Cake

Let’s be real, pie is reserved for those special times of the year filled with high calories where you still want sweet sugary dessert but don’t want to look like a glutton. Cake on the other hand, is used for those ‘me’ days. Those days where you say I was born this day, I made it through school, or I just plain earned it. It is the ultimate indulgence that follows a grand celebration. American pop culture alone has...

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Students showcase original photography
Feb20

Students showcase original photography

It’s that time of year again where Palomar’s student work has the chance to be put into the public eye. The Hearth Gallery located inside San Marcos’ community center has been hosting the Enlightened Lens 2018 exhibition since Jan. 12. The show made its first run in The Escondido Municipal Gallery back in Nov. 2017 and is comprised of student work created within Palomar’s Photography Department. A reception was held along...

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