Articles by The Editorial Board


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EDITORIAL: Support bill to develop mental health help

We support a newly proposed bill that would fund mental health programs in California community colleges. AB 2017, proposed Feb. 16 by Assemblyman Kevin McCarty, would give additional funding to programs under the 2004 Mental Health Services Act. This bill is necessary to fully develop the MHSA, the underfunded roadmap for mental health in California….

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Voices of Citrus

  Jocey Lovejoy Major: Photography “Women’s rights, but to be honest, I don’t really know what other issues the presidential candidates are talking about. I just haven’t had the chance to read up on them.” Jeffrey Ammar Major: Engineering “Currently I’m concerned with laws and issues like healthcare and school funding. Art in schools are…

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Editorial: See something, say something

Sexual harassment happens too often at public institutions and anyone dealing with sexual harassment on or off campus needs to know one thing: It is not your fault. Please find the courage to come forward with any information if you have witnessed or fallen victim to any type of sexual harassment. On Jan. 27, Citrus…

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Editorial: STUDENTS SHOULD STUDY ABROAD

Despite any fears students may have, they should attempt to study abroad. Citrus College has hosted previous study abroad programs in places such as Austria, Italy and Spain. This semester, a group of students have traveled to London, England to study. A Costa Rica trip is scheduled for winter 2016, and a Spain trip is…

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Opinion: Hunger for education, success and food

Food insecurity among college students is not only an issue for the individual student, but a student equity issue that each institution must tackle head on. Although it is easy to assume that financial aid or parental support would cover the costs of college students finding food to eat between classes, the reality is much…

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Editorial: Solar panels will save money

Installing solar carports over the parking lots are one way to help Citrus College be environmentally conscious. Citrus needs to engage their idea as a progressive and new project to make our campus green. On Oct. 7, Governor Jerry Brown signed a bill stating that the state of California will need to generate half of…

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Opinion: Annual concerts would increase income

Citrus College should hold annual concerts to provide entertainment for students. Citrus has gone without concerts for too long and students deserve to attend at least one concert a year like Universities of California and California State colleges. Students do not get to live the full college experience because of this lack of entertainment. Students…