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Retirement doesn’t stop this teacher, after attending DMC

After being Flour Bluff High School’s NJROTC Senior Naval Science Instructor for 24 years and retiring in 2017, Armando Solis is not ready to slow down yet. The retired Naval officer of 22 years has begun attending Del Mar College shortly after retirement. Solis wanted to explore something more than what he was affixed to back when he was in the military. “Del Mar afforded me opportunity to really kind of expand my horizons into other areas that I never had the opportunity to really explore,” Solis said. When Solis was in the military, he focused mainly on mathematical and…

DMC female student does it all; paralegal major, small business owner, teacher, club participant and mom

Walking into the bustling Harvin Center on Del Mar College’s Heritage Campus, a woman stands alone at a booth handing out flyers. The booth, a promotion for the paralegal studies program; the woman, a representative of the program. Her appearance paints a more intriguing picture. The clean suit she wears suggests her legal field of study, but her indifference toward the chaos of students crowding her booth and talking to her all at once suggest her hustle, who she is as a person. Rebecca Farias is a full-time DMC student, a paralegal studies major, small business owner, mom, primary church…

DMC held The Huffin’ for Stuffin’ color run at Heritage Campus

If you’re not a fan of colors, then you should have stayed off of Heritage Campus on Nov. 17. The Huffin’ for Stuffin’ color run woke the gray morning up with vibrant colors and plenty of stomping feet. Some runners were looking to be one of the first 50 finishers, all of whom won a T-shirt. It wasn’t just fun for some folks, however. One participant, liberal arts major Phillip Hernandez, saw the run as a victory lap.  “I’m recovering from a liver transplant from two years ago,” Hernandez said.  The transplant acted as a source of inspiration for him. …


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Foghorn Newscast

October 2023
Check out the local business Produce Micro Bodega, the haunted history of the Lexington Museum on the Bay, and how to decorate a spooky cauldron.

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