Articles by Adriana Aguilar

Adriana Aguilar was once a student from Azusa High School and graduated from Adult Ed School. She loves coffee and the song M83 MIDNIGHT CITY. Someday, Adriana wishes to become a Public Relations Specialist for Mental Health organizations.


Rubel Castle: Glendora’s secret attraction

Tucked away in the Foothills, a medieval-style castle peaks above the quiet suburban neighborhoods of Glendora. Michael Rubel began working on a castle in 1968 with the help of hundreds of people. Some would help for only one day, while others would continue to help for years. After 20 years, Rubel was successful in his construction of Rubel Castle…

Glendora pumpkin festival brings forth history of the city

The 25th Annual Pumpkin Festival, co-sponsored by the Glendora Community Services Department and the Glendora Preservation Foundation will take place from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Oct. 21 at the Centennial Heritage Park. “It’s very unique,” said Tom Reinberger, secretary of the Board of Directors for the Glendora Preservation Foundation, in a phone interview. “The…

ASCC discounts available on event tickets

Students can receive an ASCC sticker on the back of their student identification cards, giving them discounts on many tickets for events at the Haugh Performing Arts Center. The sticker can be received at the cashier’s office where students pay student fees. The ASCC sticker gets students two tickets for the price of one for…

PHI THETA KAPPA : THE BETA NU ETA CHAPTER AT CITRUS COLLEGE

Phi Theta Kappa, an honor society called the Beta Nu Eta chapter at Citrus College, helps keep the college accountable through some of their projects. The honor society has been recognized as a five-star chapter this past year. To be recognized as a five-star chapter is a prestigious recognition for an honor society chapter at…

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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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Campus holds first ever pow wow event

The Native American Student Association, a club on campus, held a pow wow event at Citrus College for the first time ever. The event was open to the public and other communities surrounding the campus. The event was on May 20. The purpose of the pow wow was to promote cultural awareness of indigenous peoples…

Panelists share STEM career opportunities

Citrus held a STEM workshop for students to hear panelists discuss various career opportunities with the STEM program on April 6 inside room CI 159. The panelists consisted of Citrus graduates who had taken the Citrus College STEM programs. The panelists were Yvonne Murillo from Grifols Biologicals Inc., Rachel Goodwin from Prolacta Bioscience, Mikaela Gutierrez…