Daily Archives: April 1, 2015

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Up & Away: Rocket Owls burn midnight oil in preparation for launch

Rocket Owl robotics specialist and aerospace engineering major Brian Weatherspoon and teammate Joe Molina prepare the team’s Autonomous Ground Support Equipment robotic rover that the team will be taking to Huntsville, Alabama as part of the National Aeronautics and Space Administration’s Student Launch Program on April 7-12. (Evan Solano/Clarion) The Rocket Owls five members are…

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Cape Owls to compete in Motor City’s Shell Eco-Marathon

The Cape Owls (left to right): Jimmy Lam, James Couch, Alec Nystrom, Oumnia Maaouni and Casey Rudd. The team is making final adjustments to their vehicle which will be included in this years Shell Eco-Marathon in Detroit, Michigan. (Jaclyn Spencer/Clarion) This past Sunday marked the members of the Citrus College Automotive Physics Eco-Marathon Owl members…

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Forum talks transparency in law enforcement

Glendora Police Chief Timothy Staab (Glendora Police Dept. file photo) Two sides of the law came together on Tuesday in the Police Procedures and Civil Liberties forum. The topic of focus was transparency, regarding how police should behave and what is expected of them. Present at the forum were leaders from both American Civil Liberties…

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Safe and secure in record time

Campus Safety officer Brian Harsha patrolling the northwest section of campus. During the lockdown/shelter and place drill on March 19, campus safety utilized siren systems in their vehicles to a direct people towards classrooms as well as contact officials inside classrooms from their dispatch office. (Jaclyn Spencer/Clarion) A safety drill on March 19 marked the…

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Big things come in small packages

Kalei Guillermo, #12, approaches the plate against Los Angeles Valley College on March 25, 2015. Guillermo went 3-5 in the doubleheader against LA Valley as the Owls won both games. (Dillon Cooper/Clarion) The Citrus College softball team lost a big bat this season when veteran first baseman Sara Moore moved on after playing her two…

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Veterans funding in dire straits

The Veterans Success Center serves as a refuge and study hall for the student veterans at Citrus College The facility offers student veterans many amenities such as computers and tutoring. (Mickey Romero/Clarion) The Veterans Success Center at Citrus College will be out of funding by June 30 unless efforts now underway to secure a stable…

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Sex 101 week: Lets talk about consent

From left, University of California, Berkeley student Shannon Thomas, 21, former student Nicoletta Commins, 22, and student Aryle Butler, 20, prepare to speak during a press conference at the Graduate School of Journalism in Berkeley, Calif., on Wednesday, Feb. 26, 2014. Thirty-one female students have filed a federal complaint against the university, claiming Cal violated…

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One unit at a time

Edmond Emani, 22, biomechanical engineering major, donates blood during the Cesar Chavez Blood drive on March 25 in the Campus Center East Wing. (Evan Solano/Clarion) The Associated Students of Citrus College hosted the annual Cesar Chavez Blood Drive Competition last week bringing in 206 units of blood, which has the potential to save approximately 618…

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Updating a timeless story

A creative alliance of Citrus students have come together to present the musical “Godspell,” a performance that’s guaranteed to entertain and inspire audiences of all kinds. Originally written by Stephen Schwartz the musical was performed off-Broadway in 1971. Then revamped and updated on Broadway in 2011. The Citrus College revival of “Godspell” adds a pop-culture…