Recent Posts From News
SAN MARCOS — Chants for a free Palestine echoed down Twin Oaks Valley Road as activists came...
Immigration is a vast Issue on both ends of the wall, as Alex Gomez and the Palomar community see it.
What is the Veteran Resource Center? A deep dive into what the resource is like and how the transition can be like for Veteran students.
Recent Posts From Arts & Culture
After many years in the making, jazz legend Charles McPherson joins the stage with Palomar’s Jazz Ensemble, Night and Day Jazz Bands.
Palomar College held a skill shop event for students to talk with campus police, while also snacking on some snacks and a cup of coffee.
As more students take a stand against colonialism, Manifest Destinitis arrives at Palomar to offer a different type of critique through comedy. Manifest Destinitis, a satirical comedy on conquest, premiers on Dec. 1 at 7:30 p.m. in the Howard Brubeck Theatre. The...
Recent Posts From Sports
A look into the progress of the stadiums that answers why construction has taken longer than expected, and why sports will take even longer to host games. Details about future traditions and how the stadiums will look are also mentioned.
A summary of this week’s events at Palomar from Nov. 13 through Nov. 18.
SAN MARCOS — What Palomar College students can look forward to this week.
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Recent Posts From Opinion
A review and reflection of Palomar’s latest production: Stupid F***ing Bird.
Physical Newspapers are beginning to be phased out in favor of digital news, but they are still worth printing.
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Student services are detrimental to the success of any community college. So why are they so sluggish here at Palomar?
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