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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You up? College in the age of online dating
Feb13

You up? College in the age of online dating

56 percent of people agree that dating Apps are common, even useful for some yet they are widely disliked by college students.   Carlie Jensen would agree, she is known as Tinder girl now amongst the pool of potential bachelors that are defined by a swipe left or right.   Jensen is on her third year studying Business administration at San Diego State University and says she hasn’t found anything “serious” in the past two...

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Bend it like Burr
Dec12

Bend it like Burr

Story by Patrick Hartley After a performance at Palomar colleges concert hour, Palomar’s Music and Jazz students were treated by Ellen Burr to a rare master class on extended flute techniques, and improvisation on and off the stage. Burr is not only a Master Flutist, teacher, conductor and author, she is a featured performer at numerous Los Angeles music festivals and concert series. She is also a member The West Coast Chamber Jazz...

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One world, One dance, Una Noche

Story By Patrick Hartley   Dancers swayed and rhythms thumped as Palomar’s Studio Theatre was transformed into a 1950’s style Latin nightclub for Palomar Colleges 21st anniversary Noche Havana: World Dance Festival on October 19th. The show was a celebration of the diversity of the Palomar Performing Arts Department. The night opened up with a Latin social dance class that was open to audience members of all levels. Students,...

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Say goodbye to punk rock summer camp
Sep10

Say goodbye to punk rock summer camp

For the last 24 years, Vans Warped Tour has travelled across the country every summer, bringing local bands to the spotlight and reviving punk and rock icons for every generation to enjoy. This year, Vans Warped Tour graced the country for the final time. Vans Warped Tour started in 1995 as the brainchild of Kevin Lyman. During his college years at California State Polytechnic University, Pomona, he spent time booking bands to perform...

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Poets, writers, and artists publish literary journal
May20

Poets, writers, and artists publish literary journal

  The Bravura Literary Journal has been a source of creativity since 1964.   Student run, each year runs the task of not only receiving submissions, but going through them and selecting work from Palomar’s diverse community. Dr. Rocco Versaci and Dr. Carlton Smith have been overseeing the supervision of the literary journal since 2000, and both teach creative writing at Palomar. Students who sign up for the class that puts...

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