Getting paid with a diploma
Oct22

Getting paid with a diploma

Story by Nathan Navida   College athletes are considered some of the luckiest people in the world. They get to play the sport they love while getting a high quality education. With so much surrounding college athletes every week, people are surprised that they aren’t getting paid. College football games are treated with as much importance as professionals in the NFL (National Football League) so why shouldn’t they get paid? Besides...

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Athletes rule social media
Oct22

Athletes rule social media

Story By Brian Beltran   With social media at the world’s fingertips, fans can connect to pro athletes easier than ever before. But with NBA superstars like LeBron James and Steph Curry logging into Twitter and Instagram daily, does the NBA need to regulate how athletes use their social media accounts? “Shut up and dribble.” Outrage followed as Fox News reporter, Laura Ingraham proclaimed that sports icon LeBron...

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Allstar softball players lean on friendship
Oct22

Allstar softball players lean on friendship

Story by Alex Garcia   Sarah Fisher and Allie Hughen, are more than just teammates. They have been best friends for over 15 years, and have made a lasting impact on the softball team here at Palomar. The duo met in Vista girls softball recreational league and have been teammates ever since. Both being All Star athletes, they have evolved as athletes winning state championships. Fisher was the State Player of the year last year, while...

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Faculty Federation opts not to endorse Governing Board incumbent
Oct09

Faculty Federation opts not to endorse Governing Board incumbent

Story by: Ana Acosta The Palomar Faculty Federation has endorsed two newcomers for the open Governing Board trustee positions, choosing not to endorse 16-year Board incumbent, Mark Evilsizer. Faculty Federation Co-President, Teresa Laughlin explained the reasoning for the decision not to endorse Evilsizer, as relating to issues with “transparency, and also responsiveness.” “We try to reach out and we’re kind of...

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The music industry loses another star
Oct01

The music industry loses another star

Story by Nathan Navida. The music world lost another young great artist nearly one month ago. Malcolm James McCormick, more commonly known as Mac Miller, died of an overdose in his San Fernando Valley home in California according to a TMZ article. Miller was a major icon in the rap and hip hop industry who began his rise during his teens. His rhymes of party culture, depression, and drug abuse connected millions of his followers over...

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