Daily Archives: September 23, 2015

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Decorated player named interim head coach

The Women’s Basketball team at Citrus College has found new leadership without looking far from home. Loree Moore, a previous assistant coach, has stepped up as the interim head coach. She brings with her a decorated professional women’s basketball athletic background. Moore discovered basketball when she was 4 years old. “I did YMCA co-ed basketball…

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Editorial: Get on board

Associated Students of Citrus College Executive Board needs to reopen the discussion to offer their students a discounted bus pass. Other colleges like Mt. San Antonio College already offer a bus pass that is included in every student’s activities fee. Mt. SAC students recently voted to pay $8 if they are part-time and $9 if…

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Norwegian resistance: “The Epiphany”

What would you do? That is the question posed by Citrus College professor and playwright Bruce Olaf Solheim, Ph.D., in this new drama, “The Epiphany.” The play, based on his own family history, is set in Nazi-occupied Norway in the 1940s. During the invasion in World War II, a Nazi officer took over Solheim’s family…

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Resources for Foster Care youth

Students who have been in the foster care system are substantially less likely than their peers to complete higher education. This is a problem, as there are more than 60,000 foster children in California, and as of 2014, more than 20,000 of those children reside in Los Angeles County. To help foster care students reach…

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Directing students on the road to completion

The recently launched Institution for Completion at Citrus College has its first leader. Kathryn Jameson-Meledy, Ed.D., will serve as the director of the IFC, located in the Student Services Building. Jameson-Meledy brings to Citrus experience in promoting student success, intervention strategies, program review and student learning outcomes. She grew up in Simi Valley in a…