Daily Archives: November 6, 2013

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Fall Fest takes over

  Fall Fest 2013 sponsored by the Associated Students of Citrus College featured an array of “fangtastic” festivities in the Campus Center Mall during Oct. 29-31. The event was not only to capture the spirit of Halloween but also to promote the clubs on campus. On Oct. 29 the students honored Dia de los Muertos….

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Nothing comes to those who wait

For college students, the struggle to find a job is stressful enough. From an early age we are told to find the job that we love and to follow our dreams and passions However, the things we want most in life never come easy. As a child I was never really told about the hardships…

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Timely Alert, Protect Yourself

With winter approaching the days are getting shorter. The growing of longer nights provides criminals with cover. Studies show there is a 7 percent increase in crimes once daylight savings time ends. In order for students to stay safe it is imperative to increase awareness this time of year. Citrus College Campus Safety is available…

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Serve those who sacrificed for us

It seems as though after the wars are over the real fight begins. Americans are so mindful of the ones who give their lives for this country after they have already died. Memorial Day is revered nationwide to remember the fallen soldiers throughout our seemingly endless history of battles. For those still with us, not…

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“Fiddler” debuts at the HPAC

Citrus students, delighted the Haugh Performing Arts Center audience with their reproduction of the classic musical; “Fiddler on the Roof.” Guest director, Greg Hinrichsen, musical director, Douglas Austin and choreographer John Vaughan, working together, brought back a love story intertwining with Jewish traditions and revolutionizing Russian history. The Citrus singers fully executed a breathtaking, three…

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Witness the trial of Judas Iscariot

Does the man who betrayed the Son of God deserve mercy? The Citrus theatre department will explore this question during their production of “The Last Days of Judas Iscariot.” Despite the title, the play does not focus on the titular character’s last days on earth, but rather his trial in the afterlife. Aaron Bess, 20,…

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Radio Clarion: Lou Reed remembered

There are not many figures in American rock ‘n’ roll that have a footprint quite like Lou Reed’s. He was the voice of the New York backstreets, a massively influential and ingenious songwriter whose sound helped shape the roots of punk and changed the landscape of music. He rose to prominence as the main songwriter…

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A nice treat down the street

After just two years, Kara’s Korner Deli has won nine Reader’s Choice awards that include favorite family restaurant, favorite American cuisine, favorite desserts, and favorite sandwich shop. This restaurant deserves the praise. Their menu offers breakfast, lunch and dinner with meals ranging from a Hawaiian omelet to Chinese chicken salad to chicken-fried steak. There’s even…

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Cross-country athletes go the distance

Rolling hills, inclines, off road terrain and long distances are not unfamiliar to Wesley Ewart and Jasmine Longtin. Both are members of the Citrus cross-country team that began the season in September and have since competed in a series of invitationals and previews. A sophomore, Ewart has been running since the summer before his freshman year…