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Summer: The worst season to live in Southern California

Alex Ortega May 24, 2023
Living in Southern California is a privilege that cannot be understated, but during the tourist months of summer it becomes more of a hassle than a privilege.
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The Experiences We Share: Literature Shows the Human Connection, an Interview with Palomar Professor of English Leanne Maunu

Jason Pache April 12, 2023
A philosophical question that most of us take for granted is: what does it mean to be human?
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Insights from a Wise Philosopher: An Interview with Palomar College Professor of Philosophy William Leslie

Jason Pache April 12, 2023
“The unexamined life is not worth living” —Plato, “The Apology”, ca. 399 B.C.E.
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A Fair and True Journalist: An Interview with Palomar College Professor of Journalism, Chuck Buxton

Jason Pache April 12, 2023
“You will know the truth, and the truth will set you free.” – John 8:32
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Why Learn the Language of Literature, Philosophy and Journalism?

Jason Pache April 3, 2023
Language is the key to human happiness.

The Telescope Endorsements: Judy Patacsil, Kartik Raju, and Jacqueline Kaiser for Palomar College Governing Board.

Telescope Staff October 12, 2022

The Telescope Editorial Board has endorsed three of six candidates running for the Governing Board in the November ‘22 elections. We believe that Judy Patacsil, Kartik Raju, and Jacqueline Kaiser will...

Transferring Struggles in College Students

Cameron Eshelman December 15, 2021
College transfers can be stressful and time consuming, so here are a couple of tips on how to keep your head above water.

College dropout rates increase during COVID-19

Jamie Martinez December 13, 2021
The percentages of students dropping out of college have increased ever since the pandemic started.

Broadway Is Back, for Better or for Worse?

Telescope Staff November 29, 2021
On Sept. 14 the marquees of Broadway were lit once again, a year and a half after 41 theaters shut down because of COVID-19.

Reducing Library Hours Has become Difficult for Students

Telescope Staff November 10, 2021

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...

The War on Mental Health

Telescope Staff October 21, 2021

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...

The Struggles of Hyflex

Telescope Staff October 19, 2021
Dealing with trial and error directly effecting students
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