Imprisoned by tuition

Rather than forcing universities to pickpocket its students by raising tuition, the state should use taxpayers’ dollars to fund universities with the money these institutions need. State funding for the UC plummeted by 25 percent during the recession, which resulted in the UC receiving $460 million less state funding this year than it did in…

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Ending net neutrality could become a reality

Net neutrality should be protected because it preserves our right to communicate swiftly online. More than 2 billion people use the Internet worldwide and 70 percent of those individuals access it daily. The Internet not only provides society with entertainment sites such as YouTube, Facebook and Instagram, but also delivers outlets for free speech and…

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CK Café blossoms

CK’s is well known for their blossoming flower tea. A popular flavor is peach and lily with honey. (Macy Olivas/Clarion) By Macy Olivas | Staff Writer About fifteen minutes east of Citrus in the charming city of Claremont, college students frequent local shops, restaurants and cafes. One small business in particular, CK Café, is the…

Letter from the Editor

By Cameron Wisdom | Editor-in-Chief The events and aftermath that surround the polarizing shooting death of 18-year-old Michael Brown by police officer Darren Wilson have not only divided the residents of Ferguson, Mo. but also Americans across the country. In this situation in particular, there has been a significant movement to paint the unfortunate loss…

Street harassment: hit the road jack

By Katie Jolgren | Staff Writer Catcalling, whistles. Being told to smile. Some men think such comments are completely harmless. They walk past a woman and tell her she looks pretty today, and then when she ignores them, they ask why she won’t talk to them. These men do in fact know exactly what they…

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Think before it’s too late

By Careesa Campbell | News Editor When the time came for me to apply to transfer to universities, I felt unprepared and disappointed in myself to say the least. Yes, my 3.91 GPA was great. But I did not have volunteer hours. I had only been involved in one extracurricular activity. I had not attended…

The student cast of this year’s “Christmas Is” production takes the audience on an holiday journey through the Kingdom of Sweets.
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‘Christmas Is…’ a holiday wonderland

The student cast of this year’s “Christmas Is” production takes the audience on an holiday journey through the Kingdom of Sweets. (Pat Cordova-Goff/Clarion) By Vanessa Maldonado & Pat Cordova-Goff | Staff Writers This year’s “Christmas Is…” play begins in the North Pole with Mr. and Mrs. Claus welcoming guests from all over the world, including…

Sophmore student and dancer/choreographer Vitelsia Dedeaux is one of the dancer to choreograph a piece in the Haugh performing Arts Center’s annual production of “Holidance”.
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Dancing dreams

Sophmore student and dancer/choreographer Vitelsia Dedeaux is one of the dancer to choreograph a piece in the Haugh performing Arts Center’s annual production of “Holidance”. (La’Mesha Simpson/Clarion) By La’Mesha | Simpson Q: I really would love to know the story behind such a unique name. Dedeaux: My name came from my grandmother on my dad’s…

Citrus quarterback Larry Cutbirth, #6, led the league with 251 passing yards per game.
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Football season ends in flames

Citrus quarterback Larry Cutbirth, #6, led the league with 251 passing yards per game. (Mickey Romero/Clarion) By Mickey Romero | Staff Writer The Owl’s football team finished their 2014 season at 3-7 and in fifth place in the Central league. Citrus came into the season looking to improve on their 8-3 record from last year….