Daily Archives: June 4, 2014

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Policy for sexual assault preventions

Senator Kevin De Leon, author of Senate Bill 967. (MCT Campus) By Jessica Soto | News Editor Proposed legislation could require colleges and universities to follow “victim centered” response and prevention measures to deal with sexual violence on campus. Senate Bill 967, also known as the Affirmative Consent Bill, would require the California State University, University…

Trio named “Athletes of the Year”

By Joe Moreno | Staff Writer Three Citrus athletes stood out in 2013-2014, elevating their games to new levels, shattering records, setting personal bests, and earning coveted positions in post-season play. Chris Reyes is the 2014 Citrus College Male Athlete of the Year, while Sara Moore and Paramee Suwantanma shared the honor of being named…

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Achievement Awards honor students

Professor Brian Waddington, pictured left, presents the business Key of Knowledge award to Jose Pacheco during the 51st annual Achievement Awards ceremony on May 29 in the Haugh Performing Arts Center.(Evan Solano/Clarion) By Julian Flores | Staff Writer The 51st Annual Achievement Awards Ceremony took place on May 29 in celebration of the top prestigious…

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Life in the bike lane

By Joe Moreno | Staff Writer By Cameron Wisdom | Staff Writer A trip to the trails is an opportunity for adventurous individuals to find the necessary mental change of pace among the increasing demands of the working world. The hustle and bustle of the greater Los Angeles area can often disconnect local residents from the peaceful nature…

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Election for Executive Board underway

Fine and Performing Arts Senator Manuel Ramirez is the only candidate running for the open ASCC president position. (Evan Solano/Clarion) By Evan Solano | Editor-in-Chief Seven of the nine candidates running for executive board positions assembled at a large table and answered questions posed by ASCC president Tyler Hernandez. The Associated Students of Citrus College hosted…