Daily Archives: September 9, 2015

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Best places to study by campus

Welcome to the fall 2015 semester. Since now is the time to hit the books, here are some suggestions for the best places around town to study. 1) Thirsteas Fresh Juice and Boba Teas located at 1137 E. Alosta Ave., Azusa next to Little Caesar’s Pizza in the College Center Shopping Center. When the line…

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Buying books without breaking the bank

If you are like many Citrus College students, this semester’s book buying has been put off. According to the National Association of College Stores, the average student will spend approximately $655 on textbooks per year so if you want to save money here are a couple of suggestions. One of the common alternatives to buying…

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Exhibit showcases Gumby’s Glendora roots

Preparations for the third annual Gumby Fest and stop-motion festival have kick started with the official opening of the Gumby Museum in the Hayden Memorial Library on Sept. 1. Joe Clokey returned to Glendora to carry on his late father’s legacy and bring his creation, Gumby, back home to where he was made for the…

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Gypsy jazz the perfect soundtrack for stop-motion

It will be a night you won’t want to miss as the Hot Club of San Francisco presents Cinema Vivant on Sept. 18, at the Haugh Performing Arts Center opening for the Gumby Fest. Cinema Vivant features stop-motion animation from Ladislaw Starewicz a European filmmaker considered to be the head of the stop-motion animation movement…

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ASCC to hold special Constitution Day forum

On Sept. 17, the Associated Students of Citrus College will recognize Constitution Day, a day which commemorates the formation and signing of the U.S. Constitution in 1787. In 1997, Louise Leigh founded an organization called Constitution Day, Inc. to promote the creation of a national holiday to recognize the importance of the U. S. Constitution….

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Animating with the heart of a ‘Champ’

Passion comes in all shapes, sizes and clay. For music major Peter Zavala, stop-motion animation, specifically Claymation, has been a secret interest. Zavala’s stop-motion feature will be the only student film entered in the national competition during the upcoming Gumby Fest hosted by Citrus College on Sept. 18, 19 and 20. Stop-motion involves manipulation of…