Articles by Carli Luevano


Are you ready for a disaster?

As we know there are many natural disasters that strike all over the world when people are least prepared. There is no doubt that we need to be more prepared for these disasters here at Citrus College. Students that just keep an area under their desk clear in class may save lives during an earthquake….

Why my family came to America

Juan-Carlos Luevano grew up in Zecatecas Mexico, where the job opportunities were scarce and the schools weren’t the best. A married man with seven children, Luevano had hoped for a brighter future for his family. That’s when he decided that moving to the United States would help them succeed. Luevano started off by moving to…


If driving, choose juice not booze

With the holiday season around the corner, many opportunities arise for drinking and celebrating. But drinking has consequences. Underage drivers are repeatedly told, “don’t drink and drive” and of-age drivers sometimes get told, “please drink responsibly.” No matter how you interpret the message, the bottom line is that one should not drive after consuming alcohol;…


Vote “yes” on Proposition 35

Human and sex trafficking is everywhere but most people don’t even realize it. Sex trafficking is a modern-day form of slavery in which a commercial sex act is induced by force, fraud, or coercion, or in which the person induced to perform such an act is under the age of 18 years 1.2 million children…