Quarterback leads the football team’s offense
Nov13

Quarterback leads the football team’s offense

“I’m used to it…I’ve been doing it my whole life,” Palomar quarterback Matt Romero said on playing a position under so much pressure. Currently leading the Southern Conference in both touchdown passes, passing yards per game, and was at one point tying as the nation’s leading touchdown passer, Romero has been awarded player of the week twice already this season, substantiating his drastic improvement from his freshman year. Romero...

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Lactation pods offer solution for nursing mothers
Nov13

Lactation pods offer solution for nursing mothers

The SU-Quad is now housing a quiet, user-friendly space for student mothers and employees to breastfeed. The POD, developed by the company Mamava, was created in the interest of providing a cleaner space as opposed to using public spaces, such as restrooms. There are two PODs available, one on the San Marcos Campus and the other on the Escondido Campus, across from the Teaching and Learning Center. Judy Harris, Director of the Student...

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Online vs Ground, take your classes however it suits you
Nov13

Online vs Ground, take your classes however it suits you

Our course catalogue, at Palomar offers a wide variety of classes and programs that are available either online or on-campus. Numerous courses, like California Government and Intro to Sociology, give students the option to learn in or outside of a classroom. While there are many factors to consider when picking classes, the decision to take a virtual course is often based on personal preference. Compared to those that are offered...

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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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Palomar leads country with AI innovation
Oct20

Palomar leads country with AI innovation

Palomar has become the first academic institution in the United States to utilize an artificial intelligence robot on its campus. Pepper is an artificial intelligence (AI) robot, originally designed by a French company named Aldebaran Robotics. It has been used in a multitude of settings, including banks, hospitals and even personal homes. Now, the AI is having its debut on an academic institution. Pepper came to Palomar College over...

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Alumni gather to honor former coach
Oct19

Alumni gather to honor former coach

Wrestlers and coaches from Palomar’s past and present gathered together to celebrate a Hall of Fame coach and athletic director, at 7 p.m. on Oct. 11 at the Palomar Dome. Alumni wrestlers, including Hall of Fame wrestlers Aaron Gaeir and Joe Ismay, honored former coach and athletic director John Woods, who was inducted into the Palomar Athletics Hall of Fame in 2016. For this occasion, Palomar wrestling alumni were invited back to...

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