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.


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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…

Theatre works showcases plays about hope

The Citrus Theatre Works event showcased six student-produced and directed 10-minute plays on April 1 at the Little Theatre. Citrus theatre student Johanna Romo said the first five plays of the showcase was about the sense of hopelessness, anxieties and failures people go through. “We see so many people who go through so many things…

Club Rush offers variety of interests for students

More than 20 student clubs participated at Club Rush to promote their clubs, encouraging students to join on March 13 and 14 at the Campus Center Mall. The event is held every spring and fall semester. Club members answered students’ questions about their clubs at booths decorated with the intent of drawing the attention of…

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Student immigration information mostly private

Citrus College released a resolution Jan. 17, stating it will keep the personal information of Deferred Action of Childhood Arrival students and Development, Relief and Education for Alien Minors students confidential. Though both concern students, the DREAM Act and the DACA are two different protecting forms of legislation for immigrated students. The DREAM Act allows…