Daily Archives: March 5, 2014

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The dream that won’t die

Kevin Lyman has been the man behind the Vans Warped Tour for more than 20 years. He is coming to the Campus Center East on March 18 to speak with students about chasing their passions to create careers doing what they love. (Photo courtesy of Kevin Lyman) By Sylvia Aparicio | Online Editor Ask students for…

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Show me the money

By Clarion Editorial Board Each semester students continue to empty their wallets to pay for unit fees, parking permits and of course the ever more expensive textbooks. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, textbook prices have gone up 812 percent in the last 30 years. But don’t worry, there are ways to buy your…

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Textcrooks: we’ve had enough

By Clarion Editorial Board Professors need to adapt to the times and create a new system for textbooks, which students can access the material inexpensively and without a hassle. Teachers have a lot of options at their disposal, whether it is the material provided at the bookstore or online sites they refer students to. With many…

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Constitutional Amendments to be voted on

By Jessica Soto | News Editor The Associated Students of Citrus College have proposed five amendments, which are to be voted on by the student body Mach 5-6 in the Campus Center Mall from 9:30 a.m. to 8 p.m. The ballot will require one yes or no vote. “Its all or nothing,” Adrienne Thompson, supervisor of…

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Worst to first: A coach’s decade of dedication

Coach Boxley works with Sara Moore, #15 of Citrus College during the final inning of the Owls’ walk-off victory against Cypress College on Feb. 27. (Joe Moreno/Clarion) By Joe Moreno | Staff Writer When Jackie Boxley was hired to take over the Citrus College softball program in 2005, the Owls had won only one game in…

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Owls upset Huskies in double OT thriller

Dominique Walker, #10, looks to find Chris Reyes, #23, in the post in the 86-81 victory of the East Los Angeles Huskies on Feb. 28, 2014. Reyes would finish the game with 26 points, 17 rebounds and 5 blocks. (Jessica Soto/Clarion) By Dillon Cooper | Managing Editor In a packed, tension-filled East Los Angeles College gym,…

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Radio Clarion: Silver Snakes

Silver Snakes deliver an exciting and refreshingly deep album that is memorable as it is heavy. The Los Angeles post-hardcore group has moved away from their safe-yet-enjoyable blend of catchy melodies and upbeat songwriting featured on their debut album for a heavier and elegantly darker collection of songs on their new highly anticipated LP, “Year…

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Silver Snakes, low and behold

Alex Estrada (guitarist/vocalist), pictured above during Silver Snakes’ show at Thee Parkside with Greiver. Silver Snakes is currently on tour with Scale the Summit and The Ocean, they will play at the Lyric Theatre on March. 8. (Joe Calixto theshutterhapppyjose) Paying the bills is usually the last thing any musician wants to think of before…