Television comedians to take center stage

A new season of entertainment at the Haugh Performing Arts Center brings in familiar faces from television. Billy Gardell from the show “Mike & Molly,” Jonathan Kite from “2 Broke Girls”, Marc Price from “Family Ties” and Jimmie Walker from “Good Times” will be on stage together at 8 p.m. Oct. 1 at the Haugh…

Mike Kane, owner of Hellboys Greaser Garage Barbershop sits at the front desk where he awaits customers and also makes appointments.

Take a ride down the Gold Line: Downtown Azusa

Now that extension of Citrus Avenue is officially open, the next destination for students should be downtown Azusa, The closest stop to the Azusa Pacific University/ Citrus College Gold Line station. Although this stop has something to offer all age groups, there are many restaurants and bars that make for a good time if you’re…

Superintendent/President Geraldine Perri was given a one-year extension to her contract by the Citrus College Board of Trustees. The extension was met with disagreement from the Classified staff at Citrus College.

Long division: Perri’s contract extension increases divide between administration and classified staff

The Citrus College Board of Trustees has approved the extension of Superintendent/President Geraldine Perri’s contract an extra year through 2020. The one year extension comes at the dismay of the classified staff at Citrus. With the decision to extend Perri’s contract, the division between administration and classified staff continues to grow further apart. The long…


Citrus STEM Researchers Produce Results

Walls were broken down at the Fifth Annual STEM Research Symposium in the Citrus College Handy Campus Center. The campus center began to get stuffy as over 300 observers came to see students’ results from Citrus’ Summer Research Program. To bring in some fresh air, directors took down the collapsible wall that divides the room. Erika…

Citrus' leading goal-scorer Jacqueline Mejia, No. 8, delivers a free kick into West LA's defensive zone.

Women’s Soccer in rhythm, routs West LA

The Citrus College women’s soccer team handily defeated the West LA College Wildcats 5-0 Friday, Sept. 16. Citrus dominated on offense, peppering the Wildcats with nine shots on goal. The Owls’ constant pressing was their best defense. West LA was limited to one shot on goal in the match. Leading scorer Jacqueline Mejia established reliable scoring with two…