Articles by Erick Camacho

I am a 23-year-old who holds a part-time job, attends Citrus College full-time, writes about the Lakers for a separate website and is now a contributing staff member for the Citrus College Clarion newspaper. Let's talk about anything - @CCC_Erick


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Hope in the kitchen

When you want something done right, sometimes you have to do it yourself. Growing up, Daniel Hope didn’t have the luxury of delicious home-cooked meals. So when the time came for Hope to focus on a career path, he chose culinary school over college and hasn’t looked back. With the death of his mother when…

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English Society searches for poets with contest

Professor Roberta Eisel (left) and Lisa Telesca (center left) pose with students (from left to right) Rebecca Kuhlman, Andrew Kleger, Emily Hermosillo, and Viridianna “Viri” Gomez for a picture while on a trip to the Huntington Library on April 13. (Courtesy; Andrew Kleger) The English Society will reveal the finalists for its poetry contest May…

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Administration debates move to new learning platform

Citrus College will have an opportunity to try out a new online learning platform other than Blackboard Learn. Vice Chancellor for Communications at the California Community Colleges Chancellor’s Office Paul Feist said the proposed platform Canvas is in the process of being implemented within the next few months, if not already so, at over 60…

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An archangel’s farewell – Kobe Bryant

Photo: Los Angeles Times Kobe Bryant etched his name among the stars on April 13, a personified legend whose reach has transcended the boundaries of a hardwood basketball court and into the hearts of an endearing fanbase for two decades. In what marks the single greatest scoring outburst in basketball sports history – Bryant has closed…

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Update: Man arrested for alleged student harassment

A Hispanic male was arrested for allegedly harassing six female students from both Citrus College and Azusa Pacific University on March 28 near APU West Campus. Frank Campos was detained at 6:32 p.m. by Azusa Police Department  for  repeatedly approaching female students and harassing them with sexual innuendos, as reported in a timely warning update…

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(Update) Citrus Avenue Traffic Advisory

Citrus Avenue will be reduced to one lane starting April 6 when construction for its extension north to the Azusa Pacific University/Citrus College station begins. Traffic will be condensed to one lane until May 4, Citrus College Campus Safety said in an update. The city of Azusa started underground work to extend Citrus Avenue on…

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Fundraiser provides veteran aid via student interaction

There is one information technology class that is giving back to the Citrus College community through hands on experience. Computer science professor Veronika Delvaux believes in the gift of goodwill. For her IT 104 class, PC Hardware and Maintenance, each semester gives her – and her students – an opportunity at contributing something meaningful, while providing a breadth…

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Basketball team provides family away from home

Despite being the only foreign student on the Citrus College men’s basketball team, Maxime Tondre has found communion playing men’s basketball with his peers. In fact, during last year’s terrorist attacks in Paris, France, his hometown, Tondre found that a basketball team can offer unity even when you’re this far away from home. Tondre came…