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Chauvin Verdict: Step in the Right Direction

On Sunday, April 20, Derek Chauvin was found guilty of all three charges for the murder of George Floyd. Chauvin was found guilty for second-degree murder, third-degree murder and second-degree manslaughter. For the three charges, the combined max sentence is 75 years...

Comet Volleyball Player Shares Her Love for the Sport

Without her sister, Comet Volleyball player, Courtney Hoffman, may have never stepped onto the court.

Comet Water Polo Player Shares Her Experience During the COVID-19 Pandemic

Sydni Dickson, a second-year Palomar College water polo player, shares her insight into not being able to play water polo this past year.

New Director Finds a Role Health Counseling

Spending his first 28 years in Chicago, IL., Patrick Savaiano lands at Palomar College to guide students in having better health.

Crowdsourcing: Is It Helpful?

Story by Cori McCarthy  Spoilers in this story from the Netflix Show, “Diagnosis.” Crowdsourcing is an idea that people either really love, or they really don’t agree with. In these past few months, I have been doing my own research on whether crowdsourcing is...

The Keystone XL Is Eliminated, While Creating Fiery Opposition.

Story by Victor Ortiz Jr. An executive order voided the controversial Keystone XL pipeline permit initiating legal action against the Biden administration.  President Joseph Biden made his first move regarding the climate change crisis on Jan. 20 by eliminating the...

Tips For Beginning Surfers

Story was written by MaKenna Manti As warm temperatures start rising on the west coast, more people flood California beaches. Half of the beach goers are families and friends looking to relax, but the other half are in the water with the dolphins surfing. If you are...

What Is Next for Former Palomar College Student Ambassadors

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...

Kevin Michaels: From Comet to Aggie

Kevin Michaels, Palomar Comet infielder, has recently committed to continue his baseball career at UC Davis!

Palomar Softball Will Be Back on the Field

San Marcos — On March 22, Palomar’s softball team was able to return to campus and begin practicing again. Since their season was canceled for more than a year, the players are eager to get back on the field. With guidelines in place, the team is in its first...

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