Daily Archives: March 18, 2015

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What side of the law are you on?

The ASCC will be hosting a forum on March 31 at the Citrus College Campus Center in the east wing. At this event guest speakers Peter Bibring an attorney and director of police practices at American Civil Liberties Union and Timothy Staab, Chief of Police in the city of Glendora will discuss a variety of…

Letter to the editor: Veterans Center needs funding

Dear Citrus College Community, I am a member of the Veterans Advisory committee. Today I learned that as of June 30, 2015 there will be no more funding for the Veterans Center. Monica Christianson, the outstanding Director of the Center will also be out of a job. I have worked in the Veterans Center tutoring…

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Honor society brings awareness of rare disease

Learning to face obstacles head-on can be a challenge for any student. But for one member of the Alpha Gamma Sigma honor society, educating others has become her life’s passion. When she was 16, Kendal Gagliano, now 19, was diagnosed with pseudotumor cerebri or commonly referred to as intracranial hypertension. Its symptoms include described increased…

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Photo club focuses on the big picture

Aspiring photographers honing in on their artistic and technical skills find common ground with like-minded students in the Photography Club. This well established campus club is active both on and off campus, photographing college activities, local events and group trips. Bob Orso, a fine arts professor who teaches Photo 101, is the faculty adviser. Ricky…

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Hard to flush: A look at the condition of our restrooms

Photo taken by custodian Devin Adkins of the Women’s restroom on the second floor of the Professional Center.(Devin Adkins/File photo) The poor condition of some Citrus College bathrooms has become an issue for students who use these facilities. There are 44 buildings on the 104-acres Citrus College campus. With 33 custodial employees doing their cleaning…

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Hunting Ground tells all about sexual assault

Andrea Pino, left, and Annie Clark are among five women who filed a complaint against the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill over its handling and reporting of sexual assaults. They have also helped launch two web sites to help other students file complaints. They are shown on the campus of the University of Southern California,…