Articles by Jessica Sosa


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Speaker series a first

Students searching for inspiration before final exams begin need look no farther than the Haugh Performing Arts Center at Citrus College. A recent increase in state funding to support Student Equity Planning has given Citrus College an opportunity to host its very first speaker series. The yearlong program will feature contemporary motivational speakers who will…

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Emerging American Voices Leaves Audience Wanting More

The second day of the Emerging American Voices showcase captivated the audience. The first acts of “Auburn”, by James Molina, “Princess” by Scott Fields, and “On Days Like These” by David Miranda were performed in the Little Theatre on Sunday afternoon. Each staged reading moved the audience with their unique perspectives and stories. The cast…

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Velazquez makes a splash in Europe

Courtesy of Citrus College Sports Information Office   First-year water polo player Daniel Velazquez is already planning to move to Europe to play the sport professionally. Velazquez, 18, is a nursing major at Citrus College and went to Hungary last summer with the City of Commerce Aquatics Swimming and Water Polo club team, a well-known,…

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Out of this world: Planetary Society looks to the stars

The Planetary Society, the first ever community college outreach group of the Planetary Society has landed at Citrus College. “I think it’s a really important group,” said David Kary, Ph.D., professor of astronomy. “It is one of the few organizations that actually advocates for science in terms of outreach to the public and direct lobbying…

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Double Win for the Men’s Water Polo Team

The Citrus College Men’s Water Polo team dominated the second day of the 2015 Citrus College Tournament by winning both of their games. They played against Ventura College in the late morning and won with a score of 16-6. From the first period, it was obvious that the Owls were on their way to a…

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Leaders of the track

The Citrus College women’s cross country team placed first at the 2015 Tour de Cuesta at Cuesta College on Sept. 4. The women’s team took first place in the 5k run and the men’s team placed second in their 4-mile run. The women’s team compiled 31 total points to finish first while Cuesta’s team finished…