Top Design Job Destinations
Apr25

Top Design Job Destinations

Every day we come across some sort of design whether it’s online or offline, there has been a clear increase in demand for design skills amongst recent graduates. According to statistics, employers plan to hire 4% more new graduates from the class of 2018 in comparison to the class of 2017 and designer skills are needed for graphic design as well as web and UX design. “As work changes, 54 percent of the U.S. workforce said they’re not...

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Eye Color and Its Relation to Personality
Feb27

Eye Color and Its Relation to Personality

It’s been said that the eyes are the window to the soul. This old saying originated by William Shakespeare may now have some scientific truth behind it. New research shows that there could be a relationship between a person’s eye color and certain personality traits. Your eye color is determined by how much melanin you have in your eyes. Melanin is defined as “a dark brown to black pigment occurring in the hair, skin, and...

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Check Your Mood

SAN MARCOS — Palomar College Behavioral Health Counseling Services is offering an opportunity for students and staff to take free “Check your Mood” screenings, learn about depression and other mental illness, as well as receive information on available mental health resources on and off campus. Check your Mood day is from noon to 2 p.m. on Thursday Oct. 5, in the SU-Quad. One in 5 American adults experience mental illness and...

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Student Inactivity

Student participation at Palomar has shown to be lacking due to students balancing school, work and a social life. Palomar College has numerous school activities to offer, including clubs, sports, internships and so much more. But students either aren’t taking an interest or just don’t have the time. Palomar administration, faculty, and student body works hard to create interesting and unique activities for students to...

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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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