Articles by Arleigh Davis


Delayed takeoff: Rocket Owls face state travel ban

Balancing work, school, and personal lives can be a challenge for the average student. Now imagine designing and planning to build a rocket for NASA on top of it all. The Rocket Owls, seven STEM students on campus, have mastered this balancing act as they dedicate their time learning and spreading knowledge about physics. The…

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Review: Hands up for Harvey

As Mandy Harvey approached center stage to begin singing, the audience was quiet. Not because they weren’t excited, but because instead of clapping their hands they raised them in the air, fingers shaking, as the sign for applause in American Sign Language. Popular singer, songwriter and recent America’s Got Talent contestant Harvey, who also happens…

Pink is the New Blue: Campus Safety Supports Breast Cancer Awareness

As October rolls around and Breast Cancer Awareness Month is in full-swing, Campus Safety works together with the Pink Patch Project to raise awareness and funds for a disease that affects approximately 1 in 8 women in their lifetime. The Pink Patch Project website defines the program as a collaboration between the Los Angeles County…

STEM summer research program showcases opportunities

Fifty-five students participated in the the sixth annual STEM Research Symposium on Sept. 20 in the CI building. The students from the summer research program presented their projects and answered any questions for faculty and students. The STEM program has supported this experience with resources and funds for six years and this year’s turnout was…

Restaurant Discounts for Citrus Students

  This interactive map shows local restaurants and cafés in the Glendora/Azusa area that offer discounts for current Citrus College students when a valid student ID card is presented. Click the link to see what discounts are being offered today!   The pin color is related to the restaurant type: Dark blue: Casual/fast food Red:…

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Campus Attracts Local Vendors

Amid a sleepy Sunday morning in Glendora, the Citrus College parking lot is wide awake as a secluded space for bustling people and quick transactions. This eclectic environment of vendors and local shoppers is hosted by the Foothill Swap Meet, which begins at 6:30 a.m. every Sunday morning on the Citrus College S4, S5 and…

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Motivated By Faith

Faith Butterfield was diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder when she was 2 years old. Butterfield, now a 20-year-old fine arts major from Pomona attending Citrus College, lives with autism spectrum disorder. She said she promotes inclusion of all people and continues to persevere and develop despite any trials and tribulations she may face. According to…