Recent Posts From News
The Student Services at Palomar College have launched a new chatbot tool on the website.
Aimee Perez, Crystal Figueroa and Kory Nokes have helped support students’ needs at Palomar College and most of them are looking to do the same at the next college they attend. To be elected as a student ambassador at Palomar College, candidates need to stand up...
Recent Posts From Opinion
While plenty people would be quick to jump at the chance to work from home, there are many reasons why it isn’t for everyone.
For many years, I thought anti-Asian public statements were in history books like the “No Japs Allowed” photos and anti-Chinese political cartoons in the early 1900s. But Sery Kim, who is running for the Texas 6th Congressional District this year, reopened...
Recent Posts From Arts & Culture
Life changed for everyone when the COVID-19 pandemic hit in 2020. The music industry was no exception to this, as it was heavily impacted and forced to adapt. Live concerts became a thing of the past, as gathering in crowds was not allowed by COVID-19 restrictions....
Glenn Kramer, founder of AmateurPianists, and Board Chair Lulu Hsu give insight on their organization’s struggles and successes during the pandemic.
Recent Posts From Sports
Without her sister, Comet Volleyball player, Courtney Hoffman, may have never stepped onto the court.
Sydni Dickson, a second-year Palomar College water polo player, shares her insight into not being able to play water polo this past year.
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