Recent Posts From News
Tomorrow morning at 10:15 a.m. construction crews will set off a small controlled blast at the site of the new softball stadium.
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Palomar College closes September 23rd for Native American Day.
SAN MARCOS – The Palomar Astronomy department will soon have the solar telescope up and...
Recent Posts From Arts & Culture
Palomar Art Department welcomes full-time assistant professor Briana Miyoko Stanley with Artist Talk at Boehm
Get to know artist and professor, Briana Stanley, ahead of her talk on Sept. 13 with a glimpse into her process, inspiration, and advice for aspiring artists at Palomar.
“Urban Western Madness: Out of the Ordinary & Workplace Portraits” premiers at Palomar’s F/30 Gallery
Featuring photographs of alien surgeons, portraits inspired by electroshock therapy, and the hard work that goes into our jobs. Niko Holt’s exhibit opens Sept. 7 and invites viewers to question the unusual world around them.
“Ripe”–a savory expose of the creative works of Palomar’s talented faculty exhibited at Boehm Gallery.
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Recent Posts From Sports
Brazillian soccer player, Vinicius Jr. was sent off the pitch versus Valencia.
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The softball team had a very successful season. But what does the head coach thing about all this success?
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Two comets of the week talk about what inspires them.
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Recent Posts From Opinion
Ever felt the exhilaration of “getting it” when you understand a sublimely difficult passage in an amazingly challenging book? If you have, then you’ve engaged in intensive reading. In this article you will find the historical life and death of intensive reading and why resuscitating it might be worth your while.
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Did you know that reading stories can actually increase our empathy for others? It has been established scientifically that indeed it does. Read here to see how.
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Should individuals assigned male at birth be allowed in competition post-puberty?
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