Looking for some podcasts? Here are some staff favorites
May20

Looking for some podcasts? Here are some staff favorites

In today’s media, podcasts are becoming more common and more frequently listened to. Here is a list compiled by our staff, recommening their favorite podcasts, from arts to history and sports to religion. Very Really Good – Kurtis Conner Recommended by: Victoria Price Kurtis Conner is a Viner-turned-YouTuber who also happens to have a really cool podcast. If you’re looking for something light hearted and entertaining, this is...

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MODA fashion show: lace, catwalk, and tulle, oh my!
May20

MODA fashion show: lace, catwalk, and tulle, oh my!

The fashion merchandising and design students of Palomar College showcased their talents at the MODA, Better Together Again Fashion Show on Friday, May 10th. At 7 p.m. there was hardly an empty seat as a buzzing crowd gathered under an expansive white tent filled with color changing lights and bumping music. Parking Lot 9 at Palomar was the place to be. Starting off in a playful manner guests were greeted by Pepper, Palomar’s own AI...

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Student Colby Jackson is a true gem in the art department
May08

Student Colby Jackson is a true gem in the art department

Take a ceramics course at Palomar College and you’ll find yourself a new friend by the name of Colby Jackson, 48, who has been at the campus for more than 25 years and brings joy to those who know him. “He’s been a student and he’s taken pretty much every class that the art department offers. He’s been an employee. He’s a volunteer. He’s an artist. He’s a really, really nice guy,” said Wes French, instructional support assistant of...

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Palomar film explores loss, redemption, and awareness
May08

Palomar film explores loss, redemption, and awareness

Story by: Raisa Mursalin “Shattered Dreams : Sex Trafficking in America,” a Palomar College TV Production, held its premiere on April 4 at the Howard Brubeck Theatre. The film was comprised of interviews with three sex trafficking survivors who shared their stories and advice as well as interviews with experts such as: Tina Paulson the Human Trafficking Program Director at the Association for the Recovery of Children...

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Breakdancing representing its hip hop culture in the 2024 Olympics
May01

Breakdancing representing its hip hop culture in the 2024 Olympics

Story by: Seji Gaerlan In 2024, Breaking is set to be one of the competing categories for the Olympics. Breaking is one of the main five elements of hip hop, with others being Djing, MCing, Graffiti, and Knowledge. This style of dance started in the Bronx back in the 1970’s as a way for individuals to dance during the break of funk, salsa, and latin music in clubs. As time went on, this style of dance became so prominent across...

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‘Days Gone’: The excitement is real for Sony’s newest game
May01

‘Days Gone’: The excitement is real for Sony’s newest game

With summer quickly approaching, the gaming developers at Sony Interactive Entertainment Bend Studio are anticipating the release of their newest and hottest game, “Days Gone” which was released on April 26, 2019 on the Playstation 4 console. The gaming community has long awaited for this game to be released, since the game has been in production since January 2015. It is also a Playstation exclusive, meaning that it is only being...

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