Daily Archives: August 31, 2017

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Fall season brings in promise for Football

The Citrus football team and their coach Ron Ponciano know the feeling of starting off a season strong, but midseason injuries plagued the Owls’. Despite promising talent on both sides of the ball, and a strong start, things quickly fell apart for the Owls in 2016, a season plagued by injuries that amounted to a…

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A ‘Haugh’ new world

The hot summer months did not stop the Visual and Performing Arts department from presenting “Aladdin Jr.” on July 28 and 29 at the Haugh Performing Arts Center. The Haugh was filled with college and high school students who are a part of the Citrus Summer Conservatory.  This program is designed for student participants to…

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Solar panels discussion in works

Six colleges and universities surrounding Citrus College have solar panels installed either in parking lots or on top of their buildings. Citrus has also started exploring development plans. “Citrus College has evaluated the feasibility of a solar project and is currently developing a request for proposal for solar photovoltaic procurement,” Vice President of Finance and…

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Dean overhaul

Faculty on campus have been experiencing supervisory shake-ups throughout the 2017 – 2018 school year. Within a year, Citrus College will lose four of its eight deans. The quick turnover started with the resignation of previous Dean of Language Arts and Enrollment, Sam Lee, in March. The position was filled by Gina Hogan, now titled…