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Clarion staff earns 14 awards at regional conference

The Clarion staff took home 14 awards from the annual fall conference of the Journalism Association of Community Colleges Southern California Regional. The competition was held at Fullerton College on Nov. 14. JACC, which was founded in 1955, brings professional writers and reporters, photographers and videographers, editors and publishers together to meet with community college…

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Enrollment numbers fall short of target

Students in line for the Admission and Records department in the Student Services building. The number of full-time equivalency students has fallen short this semester.(Mickey Romero/Clarion) Despite an improvement in number of full time resident students enrolled for the fall 2015 semester, Citrus College is not quite meeting its projected enrollment growth targets determined by…

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Veterans funding in dire straits

The Veterans Success Center serves as a refuge and study hall for the student veterans at Citrus College The facility offers student veterans many amenities such as computers and tutoring. (Mickey Romero/Clarion) The Veterans Success Center at Citrus College will be out of funding by June 30 unless efforts now underway to secure a stable…

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Despite a full schedule, this Owl stays afloat

Natasha Martinez is a new addition to the swim team at Citrus. She manages to balance swimming with also being an intern for Grace F. Napolitano, U.S. Representative for California’s 32nd congressional district.(Mickey Romero/Clarion) It takes a certain type of person to be an athlete, be involved in school activities, and have a full-time college…

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Alumni brew to celebrate Citrus

The owners of Alosta Brewing Co. have a long relationship with Citrus College. Herb and Terry Adams, who are husband and wife, are proud to be alumni of who also have employment history at Citrus. “I actually went to Citrus and so did Terry, so did our kids,” Herb said. “Terry works there now. Her…

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Veterans Center looking to stay successful

Nearly a decade ago Professor Bruce Solheim, Ph.D., and a few student veterans got behind the idea of providing a haven for students who had served in the military. The result was the Citrus College Veterans Program. Citrus College was the first college in the nation to offer a transitional course for veterans. For Martha…

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Theatre tech students prepared to go big time

When it was first launched, the Emerging Theatre Technologies program offered a handful of classes, a meager collection of equipment, and a newly appointed staff member with high hopes. Today, it boasts participation in more than 75 annual events, an arsenal of up-to-date equipment, and students whose training has lead them into jobs as impressive…

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Owls upset antelope valley 86-82

Dominique Walker, Citrus guard, goes up for a shot against Antelope Valley. Citrus pulled off the 86-83 upset of the #7 state ranked Marauders.(Mickey Romero/Clarion) The men’s basketball team has begun to pile up the wins after a slow start to the season. The Fighting Owls (16-8, 9-3) picked up a big one on Feb.11…

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Playing the role of spoiler

Citrus guard Bobbie Johnson helps guard Antelope Valley’s Savannah Johnson, 24, during their Feb.11 matchup. The Owls held on to win 55-52 (Mickey Romero/Clarion) President Obama says he will propose a plan to make the first two years of community college free to students nationwide. A losing streak and a long season didn’t stop the…