Daily Archives: June 3, 2015

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UNDOCUMENTED STUDENT NAMED ALL-CALIFORNIA

Honors student received the prestigious recognition of All-California Academic Team at a ceremony in Sacramento. Citrus student Joy Liu was one of two students to be selected for the team for her dedication and work ethic on in Citrus’ Phi Thetta Kappa honor society. Liu’s accomplishment was celebrated at a reception in Sacramento, alongside fellow…

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AN OPEN LETTER TO AZUSA PACIFIC UNIVERSITY

The administration of Azusa Pacific University is at an interesting crossroads behind closed doors; the reconstruction of APU’s sexuality statement sways between the possibility of the university carrying out traditional religiously exclusive views or taking a step to protect the university’s queer-identified students. This is an open letter to those whom this may concern: it…

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INTERNATIONAL STUDENT BECOMES INSPIRATION TO OTHERS

When Yuki Okuzawa, was 20 years old, she enrolled in NIC International College in Tokyo, Japan. However, she felt restless and unfulfilled, until she signed up for a study abroad program. Today, not only is she a communications major at Citrus College but also a senator serving in the Associated Students of Citrus College executive…

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‘PUTTING’ AN END TO THE MEN’S GOLF SEASON

The 2015 men’s golf season campaign came to a close May 4 at the 2015 California Community College Athletic Association Southern California Championships in Ventura, CA. Finishing the season strong was freshmen Samuel Mangiaterra, a lone Citrus College representative, who started the morning round with 83, and finished the remaining nine holes with 77, putting…

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Sexual Assault Prevention

We support SB 186 to help prevent sexual assaults and to punish students who commit these crimes by expulsion or suspension from the community college system. The California Senate recently passed Senate Bill 186, which would give authority to administration of California Community Colleges to punish students who commit sexual assaults and sexual exploitation off…

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IT’S TIME TO PUT THE PHONE DOWN

Recently, I have experienced too many people who just cannot seem to put down their phone for the life of them. I work at a restaurant and I find it extremely rude when I approach with both my arms full of hot plates, trying to place them in front of patrons, but they are too…

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Softball 2015 season review

Owls started the 2015 season slow but later made their way to the top. During the 2014 season, Owls achieved first place in the Western State Conference Blue Division for the first time in seven years. The season ended during the first Regional game against Mt. San Anatonio Mounties, resulting in a 4-3 final score….

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2015 SWIM SEASON REVIEW

After a hard working season, the Citrus swim team placed fifth place out of 10 teams in the Western State Conference Championship at the end of April. “It is one of the more competitive conferences in the state so to finish fifth in our conference I thought was a tremendous accomplishment,” said Coach Silva “…It…