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Student government to raise issue of suicide awareness

The “NOT ALONE” mural that was displayed outside of the Student Services building last year for Suicide Prevention Day was covered with heartfelt messages meant to inspire and show support for students who struggle with depression and thoughts of suicide. (Jessica Soto/Citrus) By Sylvia Aparicio | Online Editor Fans around the world were shocked by the…

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We have the right to know

Campus Safety responding to an incident involving a student’s car and a tree branch that fell in the S8 parking lot. This is one of many incidents that were not made available to Clarion staff despite multiple attempts. (Jessica Soto/Clarion) By Jessica Soto | News Editor “What they don’t know won’t hurt them.” This is the…

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Policy for sexual assault preventions

Senator Kevin De Leon, author of Senate Bill 967. (MCT Campus) By Jessica Soto | News Editor Proposed legislation could require colleges and universities to follow “victim centered” response and prevention measures to deal with sexual violence on campus. Senate Bill 967, also known as the Affirmative Consent Bill, would require the California State University, University…

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Singers debut Broadway

The third-year Citrus Singers stepped to the front of the stage to take their bows before performing their emotional final song, “Thank You For The Music,” accompanied by director Doug Austin on piano. (Jessica Soto/Clarion) By Jessica Soto | News Editor It was a show that seemed to end too soon. The Citrus Singers performed their…

Scorecard has Citrus Improving

(Joe Moreno/Clarion) By Jessica Soto | News Editor The Student Success Scorecard has been released for the second year by the California Community Colleges Chancellors Office and this year Citrus gets an improved rating. The scorecard is required by the 2012 Student Success Act and provides the public with cumulative data of the state’s 112 community…

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Deadline to run for student office nears

Vice President Alejandra Morales and President Tyler Hernandez. (Evan Solano/Clarion) By Jessica Soto | News Editor As the spring semester comes to a close, the Associated Students of Citrus College are preparing to elect a new executive board for the fall. According to Adrienne Thompson, supervisor of student life and leadership development, students should run for…

Final performance is all about Broadway

By Jessica Soto | News Editor The Citrus Singers are taking the stage yet again, only this time they will be performing classic songs from Broadway with more than 20 musical numbers. Students can expect a variety of music “ranging from Monty Python’s ‘Spamalot’ to Rodgers and Hammerstein’s ‘Oklahoma’,” says Garrett Smith, 20, a third-year Citrus…

Looking ahead to Calif. primaries

By Jessica Soto | News Editor By Eric Burger | Staff Writer The California primary, scheduled for June 3, is a nonpartisan election. The primary is conducted as one election with all candidates and voters participating on one ballot. California has used a “top two” system for primary elections since 2012. This system allows any voter…

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Politicians preach free speech

Congressional candidate for the 32nd district Arturo Alas speaking before the an assembly of students in the Campus Center Mall. Alas’ speech touched on topics from keeping jobs in California, to the importance of free speech on campus. (Evan Solano/Clarion) By Evan Solano | Editor-in-Chief By Jessica Soto | News Editor Four political candidates and a free…