Welcome to your paper: A letter from the Editor-in-Chief

Welcome to the fall 2014 semester of the centennial year at Citrus College! The Clarion staff is excited to share all the important news and information about our campus community with you, the readers, during this benchmark year in the college’s history. Our school is the oldest college in Los Angeles county and the fifth


Student government to raise issue of suicide awareness

The “NOT ALONE” mural that was displayed outside of the Student Services building last year for Suicide Prevention Day was covered with heartfelt messages meant to inspire and show support for students who struggle with depression and thoughts of suicide. (Jessica Soto/Citrus) By Sylvia Aparicio | Online Editor Fans around the world were shocked by the


The Hip Kitty is the cat’s meow

The main bar of the Hip Kitty, features a wide array of drink options. Guests can take advantage of the weekly happy hour specials Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays from 6:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m., which offers $4 well cocktails and $4 Pomona Queen and Black Beer. (Evan Solano/Citrus) By Sylvia Aparicio | Online Editor Tucked away


The Board of Trustees should reconsider student salary freeze

Flor Covarrabias, cashier at the Owl Bookstore, sets up balloons to welcome the new fall semester at Citrus College. (Macy Olivas/Clarion) By Clarion Editorial Board Hard work no longer pays off for student workers in the form of periodic wage increases. …because there are none. The Board of Trustees’ recent decision during the summer to


Dude Rock disciples petition to keep instructor

Professor Alan Waddington, pictured in the center, alongside the students of Dude Rock after the class’ end of the year performance “Dudestock” in the Campus Center. Music major Don Peña, pictured on the far right, began the petition to keep Waddington as the instructor for Dude Rock. (Evan Solano/Clarion) By Macy Olivas | Staff Writer