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Angel Macias, biological science major, flips through the first volume of the Citrus College academic journal, Alis. Although he was published in the first edition of Alis this semester, Macias is working closer with the journal’s founder, Nestor Aquino, to publish the second edition. All students are welcome to submit their work for the second volume are due by Nov. 7.

ALIS gives you wings

Physics major Nestor Aquino and Citrus alumna Miranda Wheeler have given Citrus students the chance to have their work published on paper. Aquino, founder of the Planetary Society in fall 2015, is also the founder of the student-created academic journal, Alis. The name Alis comes from their former adviser, Brian Waddington, an honors transfer coordinator….


Tax the wealthy: Yes on Proposition 55

A yes vote on Proposition 55 will keep a tax in place on the wealthy to provide funding for public schools. Yes votes for Proposition 55 are imperative this Nov. 8 election because the maintaining of our schools should be of the utmost importance. Proposition 55 was initially passed in 2012 as a tax on…


40 years later, justice is served

(Kidnapper and murder of Cindy Hernandez, a prospective Citrus student who went missing in 1976, has been sentenced) In the midst of a drought, the first rain of the season fell the morning of Oct. 17. The water took a slimy texture as it washed away the oils and detritus off the city streets at…

Andrea Carrillo and Mike Tapia rehearse the roles, Courage and Conquer, for Citrus Theatre Arts Department "Emerging American Voices" for the performance of "Courage" on saturday 16, 2016

Review: Strong performance from strong voices

The Citrus Theatre Arts Department’s annual showcase delivered two hours of entertaining original works from students on the opening night of Emerging American Voices Oct. 15 inside the Little Theatre. This year’s showcase was special, with all three original plays written by female screenwriters with three female directors and three female main characters. Each play…

Citrus freshman running back Devin Floyd gets tackled by Antelope Valley safety Kevin Teate, left, and freshman defensive back Deron Ramsey in a 38-30 loss on Oct. 15 at Citrus Stadium.

Big plays too much to overcome for Owls

With both teams coming in with identical records of 3-2 and each playing its first conference game, Citrus College and Antelope Valley College knew they needed big plays. Antelope Valley got them. The Marauders defeated the Fighting Owls 38-30 in a game that was decided by a couple extra big plays for the visitors Oct….