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Council of Classified Employees taking a group photo. Photo credit: Courtesy picture from CCE (sent by Anel Gonzalez)

There’d be no Palomar without them; the Classified Employees union

Josh Miranda May 24, 2024
People may know that professors and counselors are a part of a union, but what about the custodians? What about the people who make Palomar schedules? What about the computer technicians? Well they do too.
Zac Dybeck and Professor Branden Whearty pose after finishing their debate on whether or not STEM degrees are overvalued. Photo credit: Josh Miranda

Palomar speech and debate display talents in 78th annual Spring Showcase.

Josh Miranda May 23, 2024
Palomar speech and debate has been active since Palomar first opened in 1946. Recently, they went to Dublin, Ireland to compete in the International Forensics Association Tournament tour.
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The Case For and Against RateMyProfessors.com

Yanna Baradin May 23, 2024
Is RateMyProfessors.com reliable? Does that outlook change between students and faculty, and are there any other alternatives?
Photo credit: Lisa Burke

Proposed District General Education Changes

Lisa Burke May 8, 2024
Brace yourself for 2025 General Education changes.
CalState San Marcos students protest in front of the Kellogg Library. Photo credit: Cynthia Cunningham

CSUSM joins the nationwide protest movement

Cynthia Cunningham May 3, 2024
Hundreds of protesters called for CalState San Marcos to disclose its investments and show support for Palestine.
Students gathered at the Student Union for the IMALIVE Mental Health Fair. Photo credit: Rachel Hyman

New Active Minds Club Combines Mindfulness and Student-Led Community Building

Calvin Anderson May 1, 2024
Active Minds is one of the newest clubs on campus. Learn about their goals, it's leaders and how this organization plans to continue growing in years to come.
Safiya Swearingen, candidate for ASG President, gives a speech as candidates listen. At the table, from left to right: Derek Blevins (VP of Internal Affairs candidate), Sina Laei (VP of Events candidate), and Regan Barnum (Student Trustee candidate). Photo credit: Cynthia Cunningham

ASG candidates aim to grow Palomar’s community

Cynthia Cunningham May 1, 2024
Could more events be arriving at Palomar College? The Associated Student Government (ASG) candidates hope more events will build community.
Solar eclipse glasses pointed at the sun during the 2024 solar eclipse. (Photo by: Rachel Hyman)

Palomar College witnesses the 2024 solar eclipse

Connor Larson April 14, 2024
Students, Staff, and locals looked up at the sky on the morning of April 8 to witness the solar eclipse.
The Palomar College Library on the San Marcos campus. (Photo by Nicolas Parrott)

Evolving Standards Discussed at Curriculum Committee Meeting, March 20,2024

Lisa Burke March 31, 2024
Curriculum Committee Staff and Faculty discussed future math and English classes in Palomar's upcoming curriculum.
Photo of the Palomar College Student Union, taken from outside at ground level.

ASG Votes to Support LGBTQIA+ Inclusivity, Human Trafficking Awareness, and More

Nicolas Parrott March 27, 2024
The Palomar ASG board members held a special meeting to tentatively vote on how they plan to approach the upcoming Student Senate for California Community Colleges General Assembly.
Southwest camera at Student Union Photo credit: Lisa Burke

ASG Meets Weekly

Lisa Burke March 21, 2024
Past and upcoming business is taken care of at the ASG meeting.
The Coffee Spot in the Student Union Photo credit: Rachel Hyman

The Coffee Spot is the new spot on campus

Rachel Hyman March 20, 2024
PSA: There's a coffee shop in the Student Union!
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