Daily Archives: November 19, 2014

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Editorial: Click the vote

(Illustration by Pat Cordova-Goff) In today’s technology-driven times, it is time for Citrus to make voting for ASCC as easy as placing an Amazon order. The spring 2015 Associated Students of Citrus College elections are scheduled for Dec. 3 – 4 in the Campus Center. ASCC should adopt an online voting system for students to…

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Owls fall to Orange coast

Citrus’ Seth Adams, #6, prepares a shot against Orange Coast’s Taos Cadarette, #17 during the Southern California Regional  game held at Citrus College. Orange Coast won the match against the Owls 16-14. (Mickey Romero/Clarion) By Mickey Romero | Staff Writer Coming off their best regular season since 2001, the men’s water polo team fell 16-14…

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A day to honor victims of transphobia

(Illustration courtesy of Pat Cordova-Goff) By Pat Cordova-Goff | Staff Writer The murder of Rita Hester, an African American transgender woman, on Nov. 28, 1998 inspired a call to action. Now, 16 years later, many transgender individuals and allies plan to continue to take part in a day of remembrance. Transgender Day of Remembrance, or…

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Getting down to business

Bruce A. Gray, CPA, conducted a presentation pertaining to financial literacy on behalf of the Citrus Business Association Oct. 23. Gray’s discussion was one of three presentations hosted by CBA in fall 2014. (Evan Solano/Clarion)  The Citrus Business Association spark students’ interests in finance and careers in business. By Vanessa Maldonado | Staff Writer The…

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Haugh hosts traditional Korean dance

One of the more visually stunning moments of the performance occurs in the second act when the performers use a large carpet to shower the stage with paper confetti. (Courtesy KMP Artists) By Cameron Wisdom | Editor-in-Chief The Haugh Performing Arts Center recently hosted the SEOP Dance Company’s dance composition “A Man’s Requiem”, which provoked…

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Saluting Our Veterans

The Valley Veterans Memorial Team stands at ease. The group of veterans contributed to the event with a 21-gun salute and flag folding ceremony. (Winter Drechsler/Clarion) By Winter Drechsler | Staff Writer Citrus College’s celebration of our veterans’ sacrificial service leaves no question as to why this is the fifth consecutive year “G.I. Jobs” magazine…

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ASCC elections offer a change

ASCC President Manuel Ramirez sitting in on an ASCC meeting earlier in the semester. Ramirez will be joined by a new Vice President, Student Trustee and Senators for the Spring 2015 semester. (Evan Solano/Clarion) By Careesa Campbell | News Editor Applications to run for student government are available in the Office of Student Life in…