Daily Archives: May 31, 2017

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Music department to come together for spring show

Citrus College choir and ensemble classes don’t all perform or practice together. However, at the Spring Music Concert, students get to show the audience, and each other, what they’ve been working on. The Spring Music Concert, starring the Citrus Singers, Concert Choir, Women’s Ensemble, the Vocal Ensemble and the Sierra Wind Symphony, will take place…

Success rates high despite decrease

The recently released Student Success Scorecard revealed that the first-time Citrus College students in 2010-2011 had an overall completion rate of 50.5 percent. The rate decreased from the 2009-2010 first-time students’ overall completion rate of 52.9 percent. According to Lan Hao, Ph.D., director of institutional research, planning and effectiveness, a completion rate is a percentage…

Cogs in the machine: Automotive Technology Program provides extensive experience and teamwork

Dave Brown strives to give the opportunities the automotive industry has given him, back to his students. He and the other professors in the Citrus College Automotive Technology program provide a thorough and rigorous program to help students succeed. “When I was coming as a student in the automotive program I was very poor.” Brown…

Actors deliver strong, emotional production

In October 1998 in Laramie, Wyoming, a 21-year-old’s life was cut short. However, through theatre, his legacy lives on. Citrus’ Theater Arts Department performed “The Laramie Project” on May 12, 13, 19, 20 and 21 inside the Little Theatre. Directed by Kari Hayter, 13 students covered 92 accounts of interviews from Laramie. Sophomore actor Nathan…

Review: The full company gets in For-motion!

A night filled with a variety of music from Kendrick Lamar to music from the motion picture “La La Land,” Motion! had the audience cheering for more. The Citrus College Dance Department presented Motion! 2017, a dance concert students and faculty choreographed and designed. The Full Company, also known as student dancers, kicked off the…