Daily Archives: May 10, 2017

Opinion: Acronyms That Educate

In an entertainment climate where laugh tracks cue a thoughtless echo and structured reality television is the epitome of mainstream culture, there is a need for continued funding of the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, which includes support for the Public Broadcasting System and National Public Radio. President Donald Trump called for a $54 billion increase…

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Class Pass Vote at End of Spring Semester

The time to vote for higher fees and a free bus pass has come. At the end of the spring semester, Citrus College students must vote on keeping, or getting rid of, the Foothill Transit Class Pass after a yearlong trial period. The Class Pass is a reusable, micro chipped sticker, that is adhered to…

Citrus Singers to perform contemporary and classic musical medleys

The Citrus Singers will present Cinemagic, The Music of the Movies, on May 13 and 14 at the Haugh Performing Arts Center. The show will include medleys from a variety of movie musicals, both contemporary and classic, including music from late composer Henry Mancini. With a total of 43 Citrus singers, each performer will have…

An honorable program: Peer-Friendship

Peer-Friendship program is an International Student Center and Honors Program collaboration that consists of bringing international students and residents students in the Honor Program to cultivate personal friendships with one another and gain benefits for both sides. “It’s kind of hard for us to build friendships with American students, because there is not a connection,”…