Booksale for Homeless
Dec04

Booksale for Homeless

Palomar will host its first student-run campaign to help support homeless youth in San Diego. Partnering with Stand Up for Kids – San Diego chapter, students of Professor Keyana Simone’s Intro to Public Relations class will host a pay-what-you-say book sale that will directly benefit the homeless youth of San Diego. The event will run from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m on Dec. 8 at the Quad. All proceeds will be donated to the local...

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Health Insurance Help
Dec04

Health Insurance Help

In need of health insurance and assistance in choosing the correct option for 2017? Then stop on by the San Mar­cos campus be­tween the hours of 1-5 p.m. on Dec. 5 and 6 in room SU-203 for assistance with health care enrollment. Healthcare counselors will provide students and staff with information regarding affordable health care or Medi-Cal options and will assist them through the entire process. A few important items to bring are:...

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Winter Season Flu Shots
Dec04

Winter Season Flu Shots

Do you want to avoid the runny noses and fevers this winter? The Health Centers for Palomar College are offering flu shots every day of the week. You can get a flu shot at the San Marcos campus on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays by appointment only. The health center on the Escondido campus is offering flu shots Monday-Thursday where students can walk in, no appointment necessary. The flu shots are free for students, $20 for staff....

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Dental health on campus
Dec01

Dental health on campus

Are you in need of a visit to the dentist but don’t have the time to go to one? The Vista Community Clinic Dental van will be coming to the San Marcos campus from 3-7 p.m. Dec. 1. They are offering free Dental Health Services to all students such as: dental screenings, fluoride varnish and oral health counseling. They will be in parking lot six next to the TLC building. For any questions, contact the Student Health Center at (760)...

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New club on campus provides fun opportunity without limits
Sep19

New club on campus provides fun opportunity without limits

A new club has formed at Palomar College called No Limits, a club for disabled students. The club bring a sense of community and provides social activities for disabled students, and helps promote awareness and advocacy for them. No Limits is open to all interested students, not just those who are disabled. “I think it would be good opportunity for students to come together and meet new friends” said David Groudas, a 27-year-old...

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Get jazzed for next concert hour
Sep19

Get jazzed for next concert hour

Fall Concert Hour at Palomar College will continue each week with performances from jazz group GPS&M, and a Steph Johnson/ Rob Thorsen trio. Hosted weekly on Thursday’s, performances are free to the public and put on by the Palomar Performing Arts Department. On Sept. 22, local San Diego jazz group GPS&M will be performing at the Howard Brubeck Theatre. Members of the group include Jim Plank on vibraphone, Justin Grinnel on...

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