Palomar Photography Student Co-Authors Paper on Archival Practices

Palomar Photography Student Co-Authors Paper on Archival Practices

SAN MARCOS — As an apprentice at the San Diego Natural History Museum’s Library Department, Alex Tomeo has seen hundreds of rare and historic photos of San Diego and the region. Now in her last semester at Palomar College, Tomeo recently co-authored a research paper...
Rising Scholars Building Nearly Complete at Palomar College

Rising Scholars Building Nearly Complete at Palomar College

SAN MARCOS — In a small building near the entrance to Palomar College’s main campus in San Marcos, a team of designers and builders—all teaching or studying at Palomar—have transformed a space that formerly housed a variety of functions into a permanent home for...
Comets Guard Breaks Palomar’s Single-Game 3-Point Record

Comets Guard Breaks Palomar’s Single-Game 3-Point Record

SAN MARCOS — Eight times in the first half of a game against Southwestern College on Friday, February 3, 2023, Camille Sroufe toed up to the 3-point line, shot, and scored. The college record—set by Julie Saelee in early 2020—was nine 3-pointers in a single game, and...
Poway to Palomar Student’s Powerful Story Wins NYT Contest

Poway to Palomar Student’s Powerful Story Wins NYT Contest

RANCHO BERNARDO — For most Americans who discover 17-year-old Joyce Orishaba’s story—at least for the next year or two—it will begin like this: “I am six years old, sleeping with nothing but a banana leaf over my shoulders to keep me warm.” That’s the opening line of...