Gallery: Women’s Soccer Sept. 7
Sep20

Gallery: Women’s Soccer Sept. 7

  [Show as slideshow] Palomar College hosted a women’s soccer game against Pasadena College in Minkoff Field on Sept. 7. The score was 2-1 in favor of...

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Rise of the millennial impact in future politics
Sep11

Rise of the millennial impact in future politics

Us Millennials are smarter than those Baby Boomers, it’s in the facts. Up until now, the whole country was controlled by Baby Boomers, those who were born in the range of the 1940s to the mid 1960s. We’ve entered the future now, where cars park themselves, we have artificial intelligence, and quite frankly, we’re smarter, with 61 percent having attended college in comparison to the 46 percent of Baby Boomers. Not to...

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Is hate speech legitimized under Trump?
Sep11

Is hate speech legitimized under Trump?

Trump’s America has emboldened the growing hateful voice of our nation. The First Amendment of our Constitution gave our nation’s citizens the right of free speech. Expressing an opinion and voicing our thoughts no matter the extremity of it is a way of exercising our rights and liberties as Americans. However, this law comes with its drawbacks. Trump started off with his stance against political correctness leading in with his...

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Is hate speech legitimized under Trump?
Sep11

Is hate speech legitimized under Trump?

Hate speech is not an issue in Trump’s America. Freedom of speech in Trump’s America has brought on a new era. This era has its ups and downs, but it’s downside is very illegitimate. For starters, people who have been overshadowed by the overwhelming ignorance of liberals finally have a voice and the era of “I’m offended by everything” is on its way to the end. Let’s just make it clear right now that hate...

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Cross Country Preview
Sep11

Cross Country Preview

Palomar College Cross Country teams suit up for yet another fall season. The season started out on Sept. 2 at Carbon Canyon Park in Brea for the Mark Covert Classic. It was filled with schools all over So Cal ranging from junior colleges to Division 1 schools with a few club teams. Last year at this meet the men’s team placed 12th led by Mark Ybarra, but this year they have to go without him as he transferred to San Francisco. They...

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Promising future for women’s soccer
Sep11

Promising future for women’s soccer

  Palomar’s women’s soccer team hasn’t gotten off to the greatest start this season after recording two losses and a tie in their first three games.   Head coach and Palomar alumni Hector Hernandez still have a positive outlook on the season citing the talented, but young team he has to work with this year. Hernandez likes to adjust his team according to the opposition’s formation, but he always tries to play attacking...

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