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Fighting Owls Become Golden Eagles

After a 24-7 campaign and third round finish for the Citrus College men’s basketball team, four players earned scholarships to continue playing basketball at the university level. Kenneth Cyprian, sophomore guard, and freshman forward Khalil Williams earned scholarships and will transfer to California State University, Los Angeles. “To begin a new chapter in my life…

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Musician Finds New Passion with Anthropology

Logan Kruger attends school, tutors, goes out to eat with friends and on some nights he plays the drums for his hardcore band, Same Son. There was a time when Kruger considered being in a band was the only career option for him. “I’ve always had this drive to perform, express myself in different ways,”…

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FROM CHALK TO PAINT: UPGRADE FROM BLACKBOARD TO CANVAS

Blackboard Learn has graced the computer screens of Citrus College for 15 years. This summer, Citrus will integrate a new learning platform. Canvas Learning Management System is a learning platform that serves 90 out of 113 California community colleges. California’s Online Education Initiative named Canvas as the top choice by community college students, faculty and…

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Preview: Motion! – Dancers dazzle front and center

Motion!, an exciting and energetic performance by the Citrus Visual and Performing Arts Department, will take center stage at 7 p.m. May 19 and 2 p.m. May 20 at the Haugh Performing Arts Center. Motion! is a student and faculty-run production consisting of 19 dance numbers that show unique choreography and impressive moves. Thirty students…

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Review: Cowboys Round Up Classics and Comedy

Riders in the Sky brought the heart and soul of the old Wild West on May 7 at the Haugh Performing Arts Center. The performance at the Haugh was their 7,102 appearance in their 40-year career as they proved with their impressive performing skills that this was not their first rodeo. Each band member performed…

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Opinion: Acronyms That Educate

In an entertainment climate where laugh tracks cue a thoughtless echo and structured reality television is the epitome of mainstream culture, there is a need for continued funding of the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, which includes support for the Public Broadcasting System and National Public Radio. President Donald Trump called for a $54 billion increase…