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Complaint Alleges Civil Rights Violations

By Cameron Wisdom | Editor in Chief A legal firm representing a current Citrus College student filed a complaint Tuesday in the United States District Court alleging that the college’s administration infringed on their client’s constitutional rights. In a 42-page document filed with the Western Division Court of the Central District of California, The Davis

Suzanne Boles, 19, fine & performing arts major performing “Sweet Dreams” by The Eurythmics. The performance “Girls Aloud!” showcases female fronted hits throughout every decade of music history.

Women’s Ensemble ready to get ‘aloud’

Suzanne Boles, 19, fine & performing arts major performing “Sweet Dreams” by The Eurythmics. The performance “Girls Aloud!” showcases female fronted hits throughout every decade of music history.(Evan Solano/Clarion) By Sylvia Aparicio | Online Editor Join the Citrus College Women’s Ensemble as they celebrate their group’s 25th anniversary in the  Little Theatre June 6, 7 and

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We have the right to know

Campus Safety responding to an incident involving a student’s car and a tree branch that fell in the S8 parking lot. This is one of many incidents that were not made available to Clarion staff despite multiple attempts. (Jessica Soto/Clarion) By Jessica Soto | News Editor “What they don’t know won’t hurt them.” This is the

Artist profile: Abraham Munoz

By Julian Flores “Imagination is the beginning of creation. You imagine what you desire, you will what you imagine, and at last, you create what you will” said George Bernard Shaw. Similar to Shaw, sophomore Abraham Munoz expresses his creativity onto paper based off his emotions, epiphanies, and imaginativeness. “My emotions are the key driving

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