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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...

College Coaches Struggle to Recruit During the Pandemic

College coaches are struggling to recruit student-athletes and plan their teams' future due to the pandemic.

The 2021 NBA Trade Deadline Biggest Moves

Today was the NBA Trade Deadline and a lot of great players are going to different teams.

California Set to Reopen Theme Parks and Large Venues

Theme parks, sports and entertainment venues all on track to reopen by April 1.

Justice League: ‘Snyder Cut’ Preview

Gear up Detective Comics (DC) fans, the highly anticipated Zack Snyder version of Justice League is finally here!

Comet Athletes Respond to Spring Season Cancellation

Palomar College athletes react to the news about spring sports canceled at Palomar College.

Palomar College Soccer Canceled

Story by Jordyn Capra and Natalie Gutierrez Although Palomar College sports have been canceled this season, the men’s and women’s soccer teams are still trying to stay positive. The Palomar soccer team is said to be on the right track for playoffs this...

Palomar Basketball Season Canceled

Palomar announced all sports are canceled due to COVID-19, including men's and women's basketball.

Palomar Water Polo and Swimming Canceled

Due to growing concerns about Covid-19 in the county, Palomar College decided that water polo and swimming will be cancelled this spring season.

Palomar College Baseball Has Been Canceled

The Palomar College Baseball Program has announced that it has cancelled their spring season due to the COVID-19 situation in the county.

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Five-Year Plan: The Future of Palomar’s Budget

Story by Aimee De Luna, Giovanni Vallido and Matthew Villapando As Palomar works to solve a budget crisis that left the school assigned to a fiscal officer, the budget for the future is more important than ever. Palomar’s multi-year expenditure projections for the...

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Remote Work: A Necessity in the Digital Age

Remote Work: A Necessity in the Digital Age

Working from home became a social norm in 2020. If you have a job that you perform remotely without needing to go to an office or a job site, companies should give you the option of working remotely rather than requiring you to work on site. During the COVID-19...

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The Masters 2021 Review

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Augusta, Georgia – On Sunday, Hideki Matsuyama became the first ever Japanese golfer to win The Masters. Matsuyama is currently the 14th ranked golfer in the world (which is certain to improve after his major victory), but he was far from a favorite to win. His...

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