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Cryptocurrency Moving Forward

Cryptocurrency has been expanding by adding Bitcoin ATMs for investors to use in local businesses.

Meet Alana: Life on and off the Court

Alana Lacangan is one of Palomar’s most recent “Comet of the Week” awardees and is a setter for the volleyball team. Lacangan has been playing volleyball for twelve years now. Her love for the sport began in 6th grade, continued through middle school and...

Palomar “Gives Back” in Holiday Efforts

SAN MARCOS— Palomar College will be hosting several events for the Thanksgiving holiday this year: Nov. 20: Holiday Turkey and Food Distribution On Saturday, Nov. 20, employees and staff of Palomar College will be handing out turkeys, perishables, and canned...

Two Time Women’s Water Polo Champs

How a team persevered through hardship. Last week the Palomar Women’s Water Polo team defeated Grossmont College and won the Pacific Coast Athletic Conference for the second year in a row. With an overall young team and pandemic issues, there were a lot of...

A Look at Palomar’s Behavioral Health Center

Palomar College’s Behavioural Health Counseling Services (BCHS) offers a variety of services free of charge for many Palomar students, according to staff. The BHCS is available to provide students with remote confidential counseling services on weekdays. Their hours...

“Dune” Review

A reimagining of a classic novel

“Replicas”: Critical Review

“Replicas” is a phony pass at a sci-fi film, filled with plot holes, and cliches.

California’s new bill requires free menstrual products in public schools

California colleges and public schools are required to provide free menstrual products to their students.

Palomar Performing Arts Presents “Fools”

Through the challenges and support, Palomar Performing Arts found the right play in “Fools” and had an amazing turnout for their first in-person performance since the pandemic. The play had 40 pre-sales for its opening night on Thursday, Oct 7, with more...

Reducing Library Hours Has become Difficult for Students

Students are finding it difficult to find a public library that best fits their academic needs due to the library hours being cut across San Diego County. Earlier in the year San Diego’s mayor Todd Gloria proposed a deal to cut San Diego libraries’ hours for the...

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The War on Mental Health

Over the course of the last year and a half, the mental health of students across the world has been jeopardized.  Online school, what was once thought to make our lives easier, has kept us ridden with anxiety and extends the school day into our late nights, weekends,...

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