Classrooms building A, Citrus Junior College, 1954

Centennial celebration gets fall kick off

Classrooms Building A, 1954. Azusa and Glendora Elementary School Districts election voted in favor on Oct. 4, 1946 of school bonds for the expansion of the Junior College to include administration offices, classrooms and a library. (Courtesy of the Citrus College Centennial Committee) By Mercedes Del Real | Staff Writer In celebration of its 100th


Coop’s Corner: Do the Dodgers even exist?

By Dillon Cooper | Sports Editor If a baseball team plays, but no one sees it, do they even exist? This season, the Los Angeles Dodgers have been televised to roughly only one-thirds of those who live in Los Angeles County. This has been due to a long-time dispute between Time Warner Cable and DirecTV. This


Feminism: striving for equality…not superiority

By Pat Cordova | Staff Writer When it comes to equal treatment under the law for men and women, this country has a long way to go. Although elected officials continue to pass new legislation aimed at ensuring just treatment for all, some individuals do not support gender equality. Consider the counter-movement on Twitter indicated


Let’s make it a presidential centennial

(Stacy Slaughter/Clarion) By Clarion Editorial Board As Citrus College’s centennial anniversary approaches, the college should celebrate in a big way… by inviting President Barack Obama to speak at commencement. As the oldest community college in Los Angeles County and fifth oldest in California, Citrus College represents 100 years of dedication to educating its students and preparing


Alumni find their ‘Way Back’ home

Alumni Faith Carrion, 25, and Ray Barcelo, 25, rehearse their duet “Fine” from “Ordinary Days” to prepare for a cabaret titled “A Way Back to Then.” The performance is Sept. 20 at 8 p.m. in the Little Theatre.(Careesa Campbell/Clarion) By Katie Jolgren | Staff Writer A special benefit concert to be performed in the Little Theatre