Palomar launches Fallbrook campus construction
Oct18

Palomar launches Fallbrook campus construction

Come summer of 2018, Palomar will be opening another branch of the college community with a new campus in Fallbrook. On Oct. 13, the Palomar College administration hosted its groundbreaking event for the North Education Center, in attendance were various members of the Palomar administration, Governing Board, staff and faculty. As well as State Sen. Joel Anderson along with various members of the Fallbrook community. “It’s been a long...

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Blood Drive
Oct18

Blood Drive

SAN MARCOS — One blood donation can save up to 3 lives. Donating blood is also good for the donor’s health. By reducing iron stores in the body, blood donation reduces the risk of some cancers and promotes heart and liver health. In other words, when donating blood, everybody wins. Palomar College is hosting an American Red Cross blood drive, between the hours of 9 a.m. and 3 p.m., Nov. 6-9, at parking lot 6. The Red Cross urges...

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Mammograms
Oct18

Mammograms

SAN MARCOS – – – The Community Health Imaging Centers will be providing free mammograms for women 40 and older who have not had a mammogram in the last year. Mammograms will be provided to staff and students on Oct. 31, from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. in Lot 6 near the Teaching & Learning Center. The Mobile Mammography Coach is San Diego’s premier mobile women’s service vehicle equipped with 3D digital tomosynthesis...

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ASG Board seats filled
Oct18

ASG Board seats filled

Student governance at Palomar College is at its highest participation in years. The Associated Student Government (ASG) board consists of 14 senate positions, seven delegate seats, as well a seat for president and vice-president respectively. With the appointment of its newest delegate, Dalton Mullinax, it has filled its last board position. “That was one of my first goals, was to fill this board,” President of the ASG,...

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Meet the clubs
Oct04

Meet the clubs

Palomar clubs are offering opportunities for students to get involved on campus. Seventeen clubs, focusing on a variety of interests, are currently registered with the Inter-Club Council, and they are looking for new members. These six were represented at Club Rush on Sept. 13. The Botany Club is looking for new members that love nature and plants. When asked why students should consider joining the Botany club, club President...

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Club Rush has long awaited for activity boom
Oct04

Club Rush has long awaited for activity boom

After several semesters of low involvement, clubs saw a boom of student attendance. At Palomar College, Club Rush has had big club turnouts and widespread student participation or has had very low participation and turnouts. This year’s Club Rush wasn’t exactly filled to the brim with people, but saw a spike in student turnout. Previous semesters for example, there was a lack of participation on both the club side and the...

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