Fridays at the Palomar Planetarium
Nov08

Fridays at the Palomar Planetarium

Story By: Rhea Mursalin  Take a journey through the night sky at the Palomar College Planetarium. Palomar College’s Planetarium was one of the first to be built in community colleges back in the 1960s. The original Planetarium was demolished in 2008 and rebuilt in 2012. Today, it is the 5th largest in the entire state of California and open for a showing every Friday night. The Director of the Planetarium, Mark Lane played a major...

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Car Crash on Escondido campus
Oct15

Car Crash on Escondido campus

Story by: Bethany Nash  ESCONDIDO—Something or someone ran into Palomar’s preschool in the middle of the night. No one was injured. The Early Childhood Education Lab School (EECES) was hit at roughly 3 a.m. on Oct. 8. There were no cars found at the crash site, however the damages at the EECES building was discovered by the Supervisor of Facilities and maintenance on the Escondido campus, Jimmy Diaz. At 9 a.m. Monday, Oct. 8...

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Kettle Coffee & Tea Open Mic
Oct03

Kettle Coffee & Tea Open Mic

ESCONDIDO—Kettle Coffee and Tea has open mic on Friday nights. The coffee shop is located on Grand Ave east of broadway in a plain brick building. They offer food such as Panini sandwiches, pastries and different drinks. The crowd is kind and welcoming to artists of all styles and genres including music, poetry or stand-up comedy. The wood floors give a good acoustics and the sound system can handle up to 12 instruments. Food...

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Young Americans for Liberty
Oct03

Young Americans for Liberty

SAN MARCOS — On Aug. 20 Young Americans for Liberty (YAL), a pro-liberty organization that is spread out on college campus throughout the United States, came to Palomar with giant blow up beach balls. The representors stood in the SU-Quad with the giant beach balls and sharpie markers, calling for students to come over and exercise their right to free speech and use the sharpies to write something. YAL works to cultivate youth...

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Coastal Clean Up
Oct03

Coastal Clean Up

The San Marcos community came together on Saturday, Sept. 15 for San Diego’s annual Coastal Cleanup Day. Volunteers helped clean a vacant parcel of land along San Marcos Boulevard. Over 70 participants showed up with their own reusable water bottles, work gloves, buckets and bags to brave the end-of-summer heat and help clean the greater San Marcos area. Those who did not bring their own supplies were provided with them. San...

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Breast Health Workshop

SAN MARCOS—An estimated 41,400 people are expected to die from breast cancer in the year 2018 according to Cancer.Net. It is for this reason that the San Diego Black Nurses Association will be holding a free breast cancer workshop from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Oct. 6, at the San Marcos campus in room D-10. Titled “Keeping Abreast of Our Needs,” the workshop will include important information on breast cancer and why it is important...

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