Articles by Kolby Rousseve


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“Christmas Is…” joys audiences this season

“Christmas Is…”—and was—an energetic, family-friendly performance. The annual holiday extravaganza, with more than 150 performers, is presented in two acts: a concert of traditional carols and a musical. Act One featured the Citrus Singers, Women’s Ensemble, Concert Choir and orchestra. Conductor Douglas Austin opened the show with the Citrus Singers, who did a phenomenal job…

Your writing guru is here

Maybe the best kept secret on campus is The Writing Café and over this past month they hosted a series of workshops called the “Secret Series” presented by English professor Mick Curran to help encourage students to break out of their shells and embrace their inner writer. This four-part series was designed specifically to help…

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Fear not, your transfer guide is here

It’s that time of year again.  The leaves are changing, the weather is finally cooling down, and students are preparing applications and personal statements for their school of choice. But is it really that easy? Can one simply just apply or should students be more concerned about this whole application process? “Applying seems like it…

Students deal with suicide

For the first time Citrus College hosted a Suicide Prevention Day to help encourage students in a free environment to get things off their chest, openly support one another and celebrate past lives.   Alejandra Morales, president of Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society and ASCC Commissioner of Activities, teamed up with mental health counselor Monica…