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REVIEW:Home is where the burgers are, Alpha Omega

When was the last time you were offered exceptional service and denied to leave a tip because the team members of a restaurant are proud to serve without special interests? At Alpha Omega a local gem located at the heart of downtown Covina, you can find this service and heartwarming delicious burgers with a touch…

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OPINION: To the Republican Senate: Do your job

The Senate Republicans seem to be misinformed of what their job description holds. In mid February, when Supreme Court Antonin Scalia died, the Senate Republicans began a childs game with their hands over their ears, refusing to vote or even talk to President Obama about a potential nominee. The U.S. Constitution clearly states “The President…

Surrounding the seating area was a line of quotes sent in from transferring students giving credit to influential faculty, staff or friends who have influenced their lives on at the Transfer Achievement Reception June 2 in the Campus Center Mall.
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Citrus celebrates students’ path to success

Surrounding the seating area was a line of quotes sent in from transferring students giving credit to influential faculty, staff or friends who have influenced their lives on at the Transfer Achievement Reception June 2 in the Campus Center Mall.   The road to success often begins at a community college but does not end…

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Hope in the kitchen

When you want something done right, sometimes you have to do it yourself. Growing up, Daniel Hope didn’t have the luxury of delicious home-cooked meals. So when the time came for Hope to focus on a career path, he chose culinary school over college and hasn’t looked back. With the death of his mother when…

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Measure G dollars support campus makeover

Photo courtesy of Citrus College Facilities Department The $121 million facilities construction bond measure that allowed Citrus College some face lifts and an overhaul is almost all used up. Measure G, a series of bonds presented by the Citrus College District to the district community in March 2004, is a result of Proposition 39, the…

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Keeping it 100: Citrus’ 100th graduating class

The graduating class of Citrus College in 1917 was both the first and smallest. Four students out of 27 completed their studies at Citrus just two years after it opened. Today, the spring 2016 commencement marks the 100th graduating class of Citrus where 3,156 total degrees will be awarded to 1,425 students at 9 a.m….

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Softball leader fights adversity with love of game

Sophomore infielder Autumn Bartholomy stands outside of her home field the on Monday, May 16, at Citrus College. She appeared in 82 games over two seasons for Citrus, with a .307 batting average and 3.79 ERA. (John Michaelides/Clarion) Autumn Bartholomy is driven both on and off the softball field. Her personality makes it easy to…