Daily Archives: April 5, 2013

An impressive debut

The Citrus College Women’s Swim team performed incredibly well at the Western State Conference Quad #4 on Friday. The team competed against Los Angeles Valley College, Ventura and Bakersfield. This event was the first meet of the 2013 season to be hosted at Citrus and was the school’s first home meet in over three years….

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Lockett down

When she’s manning third base—the hot corner—she’s constantly chattering and moving, body coiled like a snake ready to pounce on anything that gets too close. Here, the loud “plink” of aluminum bat connecting with leather ball is secondary to the solid “thwock” of ball finding leather glove. It’s no surprise. Opponents know that no matter…

Revised priority registration may hurt sophomores

The current eligibility for priority registration at Citrus College is veterans, people with disabilities, foster care, honor students, and athletes.  But all that will change for many students who meet these requirements in the fall of 2014, as the Community College Board of Governors is revising eligibility requirements to exclude some students. In a March…

Students and staff work to increase sustainability

The effort to reduce environmental impacts through sustainable practices is ongoing at Citrus College. Students are playing an important role in these efforts to be examples of what is possible at the community college level. The Developing Energy Efficiency Professionals and campus clubs including Earth Club, Volunteer Corps and Citrus United States Green Building Council,…

Financial Aid Fair: a first for students

Applying for financial aid can be a challenging process. Some students give up. Others miss the deadline. Some who should apply never do so in the first place.   Fortunately, help is available for Citrus students, but only to those who actively seek it.   Carol Thomas, director of financial aid, wants students to be…