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Big things come in small packages

Kalei Guillermo, #12, approaches the plate against Los Angeles Valley College on March 25, 2015. Guillermo went 3-5 in the doubleheader against LA Valley as the Owls won both games. (Dillon Cooper/Clarion) The Citrus College softball team lost a big bat this season when veteran first baseman Sara Moore moved on after playing her two…

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Veterans funding in dire straits

The Veterans Success Center serves as a refuge and study hall for the student veterans at Citrus College The facility offers student veterans many amenities such as computers and tutoring. (Mickey Romero/Clarion) The Veterans Success Center at Citrus College will be out of funding by June 30 unless efforts now underway to secure a stable…

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Sex 101 week: Lets talk about consent

From left, University of California, Berkeley student Shannon Thomas, 21, former student Nicoletta Commins, 22, and student Aryle Butler, 20, prepare to speak during a press conference at the Graduate School of Journalism in Berkeley, Calif., on Wednesday, Feb. 26, 2014. Thirty-one female students have filed a federal complaint against the university, claiming Cal violated…

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One unit at a time

Edmond Emani, 22, biomechanical engineering major, donates blood during the Cesar Chavez Blood drive on March 25 in the Campus Center East Wing. (Evan Solano/Clarion) The Associated Students of Citrus College hosted the annual Cesar Chavez Blood Drive Competition last week bringing in 206 units of blood, which has the potential to save approximately 618…

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Updating a timeless story

A creative alliance of Citrus students have come together to present the musical “Godspell,” a performance that’s guaranteed to entertain and inspire audiences of all kinds. Originally written by Stephen Schwartz the musical was performed off-Broadway in 1971. Then revamped and updated on Broadway in 2011. The Citrus College revival of “Godspell” adds a pop-culture…

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‘Hard to See’ dazzles audiences

Chelsea Brynd, portraying Edith as the ominous spirit Obake, played by Mercedes DeGuchy, watches with her minions in the shadows. (Jaclyn Spencer/Clarion) “Very Still and Hard to See”, written by Steve Yockey and directed by Jason Francescon, took Little Theatre audiences by surprise during its weekend debut. Utilizing a mixture of uncommon tactics and an…

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Women leaders share their stories

The “Women in Leadership” panel speakers (left to right): Claudette Dain, Dr. Barbara Dickerson, Farihah Chowdhury, Veronica Estrada, Dana Hester, and Lan Hao, share their stories and answered questions about leadership.(Jaclyn Spencer/Clarion) The “Women in Leadership” panel took place March 26 in the Center for Innovation Building. Student Trustee Farihah Chowdhury organized the event in…

Members of the Citrus College swim team support each other throughout each meet.  The Owls went 3-1 on the day which was good enough for second place.
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Owls place second at home meet

Members of the Citrus College swim team support each other throughout each meet. The Owls went 3-1 on the day which was good enough for second place. (Dillon Cooper/Clarion) Citrus College played host to four other community colleges in the second Western State Conference meet of the season. The team defeated three of the four…

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Natasha Martinez is a new addition to the swim team at Citrus. She manages to balance swimming with also being an intern for Grace F. Napolitano, U.S. Representative for California’s 32nd congressional district. (Mickey Romero/Clarion)
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Despite a full schedule, this Owl stays afloat

Natasha Martinez is a new addition to the swim team at Citrus. She manages to balance swimming with also being an intern for Grace F. Napolitano, U.S. Representative for California’s 32nd congressional district.(Mickey Romero/Clarion) It takes a certain type of person to be an athlete, be involved in school activities, and have a full-time college…