Daily Archives: March 30, 2016

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(Update) Citrus Avenue Traffic Advisory

Citrus Avenue will be reduced to one lane starting April 6 when construction for its extension north to the Azusa Pacific University/Citrus College station begins. Traffic will be condensed to one lane until May 4, Citrus College Campus Safety said in an update. The city of Azusa started underground work to extend Citrus Avenue on…

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Food insecurity feeding on student education

There is a stigma surrounding food insecurity making it common for students to joke about the broke college student stereotype: surviving off Ramen noodles for every meal. By definition, food insecurity is the state of being without reliable access to a sufficient quantity of affordable, nutritious food. Feeding America, a network of food banks, reported…

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OPINION: Church and State, an American tradition in elections

(Emily Hermosillo/Clarion/Logos) The separation of church and state has been embedded in our Constitution throughout our nation’s history. But few would argue that there wasn’t some influence from Christianity during the founding of our nation. To this day, the relationship between religion and politics is a topic of discussion when it comes to presidential campaigns….

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EDITORIAL: Agency too harsh on Higher Education

(Emily Hermosillo/Clarion/Logos) Colleges throughout the state are required to ensure students receive quality education– quality that is monitored by a supervisory agency that desperately needs to be replaced. The Accrediting Commission for Community and Junior Colleges is the governing entity regulating accreditation of colleges in the western region of the U.S. As reported in the…

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Student production in the “eye of the storm”

Photo courtesy of Jacqueline Fregeolle Natalia Esquivel and Anthony Nappier embrace in an intense scene which, will have background noise of a storm raging outside, during the performance of “Scenes from the Eye of the Storm.” April 1 through 3 in the Little Theater. Citrus TheaterWorks, a group of production students, are performing their first…

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California knows how to ‘party’: Annual political forum

This year’s “Why Politics Matter” forum will focus on California state politics from the perspective of both political parties. Citrus College Political Science Professor Dave Milbrandt, moderator and host, is inviting Pepperdine University Dean of School of Public Policy Pete Peterson and California assembly member Chris Holden to discuss how state politics work at 10…