Gallery: Campus Equity Week
Nov17

Gallery: Campus Equity Week

Palomar College students celebrated Day of the Dead during Campus Equity Week on Nov. 1-Nov. 2. Photos by Angel Arenas, Julie Lykins and Momoko Watarai/The Telescope [Show as slideshow]...

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‘It’s Ridiculous!’ Rhinoceros Play Comes to Palomar Theater
Nov13

‘It’s Ridiculous!’ Rhinoceros Play Comes to Palomar Theater

Set in a small French town, it seems as though everyone is transforming into a Rhinoceros. A play full of abstract and funny allegories, Eugene Ionesco’s “Rhinoceros” mimics the struggle of finding oneself in a mist of chaos, when many characters begin to fall under the power of the metamorphosing rhinoceroses. The play exposes the limitations of logic, morality and conformity. The play will run at Palomar’s Studio Theatre starting...

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Call of Duty: World War 2 Review
Nov08

Call of Duty: World War 2 Review

“Call of Duty: World War 2” is a new first-person shooter video game with an impressive well-balanced multiplayer, a wide range of immersive content, and a cinematic story mode that is a must-buy if you like first-person shooters. The basic mechanics for the player vs. player multiplayer isn’t all that different from Call Of Duty games before it, in the sense that it’s the same fast kill, fast die, fast re-spawn style that COD players...

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Kingsman amazes audiences with a puzzling twist
Oct23

Kingsman amazes audiences with a puzzling twist

Kingsman: The Golden circle, the right way to make a action movie sequel. Compared to other action movies and its earlier film, Kingsman: The Golden Circle stands out. Just like it’s predecessor, the sequel stays up to par with its Austin Powers like comedy with high action, just make sure you saw the first one or this movie will make little to no sense. The movie starts off where the original left off with the main protagonist...

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Halcyon, better than Starbucks?
Oct18

Halcyon, better than Starbucks?

When walking up to Halcyon the first thing that one would notice is the open, airy environment of the new coffee shop, bar, and bistro, created as a part of their simple, yet hipster aesthetic. It gives the patrons the illusion that the building doesn’t exist, a feeling of being outside. Halcyon is originally based out of East Village. Their new San Marcos location is the easiest and closest coffee shop for the California State...

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Beck loses his voice
Oct18

Beck loses his voice

For an artist known for always finding a new trend-setting direction to go in Beck’s latest album, ”Colors” released Oct. 13, is largely a disappointment. Beck established his career in the 90s with songs that mashed together genre’s unapologetically with hipster anthems such as “Loser” and “Where it’s at”. Hip hop met folk and was turned into ambient rock with indecipherable lyrics that just made sense. He was idolized on MTV as he...

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