JARAMILLO
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Student-athlete earns All-American honors

Citrus athlete Erinn Jaramillo has been named National Fastpitch Coaches’ Association  California Community College All-American for her success on the softball field this season. Jaramillo, 19, who has been on the team for two years, has shown consistent performance on the field and has received multiple recognitions in the past two seasons. “It was the…

SMASH
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‘Smashing’ the competition

There was ‘No Contest’ at the “Super Smash Bros.” Project M tournament for first place winning Citrus student Eric Bergh. The Gamers Guild hosted the Project M tournament on May 19 to raise money for the Gamers Guild with a $4 entry fee. “It feels pretty good to get first,” said Bergh, who had not…

VOTING
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E-Voting: Time for our elections to get an upgrade

With consistent low voter turnout at every  ASCC election, Citrus College needs to switch to electronic voting for their student body elections to increase voting accessibility for students. Most students are only on campus for just as long as their classes require before leaving for home or work. Other students are specifically online study students…

SCORECARD
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Scorecard shows struggle toward completion

The completion rate of Citrus College students has declined over the last year and remained three percentage points below the state average. The scorecard focuses on a specific cohort of students, whose success is measured over a six-year period. The students for this year’s cohort enrolled in 2008-09 and were tracked through 2013-14 academic year….

Catcher Jessica Brown, #28, and pitcher Anissa Gallegos celebrate after a 1-2-3 inning against San Bernardino. (Dillon Cooper/Clarion)
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Owls softball qualify for super regionals

The Citrus Softball team began their regional playoffs tournament with a victory over San Bernardino Valley College, 5-4 on Saturday, May 2. As 2015 champions of the Western State Conference Blue Division , this was the ninth playoff appearance for the Owls in the last 10 season, entering this year at the highest seed in…

CHINA
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Vocal group to tour China for the first time

The Citrus Singers are making history with their first trip to China. For 15 days, the Singers are booked to perform 10 times and tour five cities. Four staff members and 37 students depart on May 13 and return June 3. They will join musical groups from around the world at the annual choral festival…

GAYNOR
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Great character on and off the set

Growing up in “show business” is rough for most child stars acting in Hollywood. Before finishing elementary school, child actors are expected to be mature working professionals who can deliver to the camera. At four years old, John Gaynor, began his acting career as J.B. Gaynor. Now a 24-year-old sophomore, he is a leading member…

SOFTBALL
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Owls advance to Super Regionals

Citrus College hosted San Bernardino Valley College in the first round of Regionals with a place at Super Regionals on the line. The No. 4 ranked Owls (32-9) swept the No. 13 Wolverines in a pretty convincing fashion, scoring 18 runs over the two games while only allowing six, advancing to their second Super Regionals…