Articles by Mickey Romero


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Turnovers continue to plague Owls

Similiar script. Same result. Different opponent. The Citrus football team minimized their penalties but committed six turnovers in a 33-20 loss on the road against College of the Canyons (2-0). Citrus was coming off a loss against Palomar College in which penalties and turnovers cost the Owls the game. This time, it was turnovers and…

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Owls football drops season opener

In its 2015 season opener, the Citrus College football team lost 24-14 against Palomar College as turnovers and penalties proved costly. The Owls fell behind early after the Comets recovered a fumble by running back Robert Gonzalez deep in Citrus territory. The Owls were able to minimize their mishap by holding Palomar to a field…

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Sexual Assault Prevention

We support SB 186 to help prevent sexual assaults and to punish students who commit these crimes by expulsion or suspension from the community college system. The California Senate recently passed Senate Bill 186, which would give authority to administration of California Community Colleges to punish students who commit sexual assaults and sexual exploitation off…

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Inspiring words empower women veterans

Guests on campus were invited to the first “Lady Veteran’s Luncheon” on May 8 to empower women veterans at Citrus College. Male and female veterans from the Veterans Network gathered to show support for one another and to hear some empowering words from guest speakers Lindsey Sin, the Deputy Secretary of Women Veterans Affairs at…

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Empowering the leaders of tomorrow

Pursing an education can be a family matter. This is certainly the case for Manuel Ramirez, 32, president of the Associated Students of Citrus College, and Farihah Chowdhury, 20, student trustee. Both are advocates for their family’s cultural heritage. Learning more about their heritage, Chowdhury is Bangladeshi and Ramirez is Native American from the Otoe…

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‘Book of days’ Missouri life reimagined

When the owner of the cheese plant dies mysteriously in a hunting accident, Ruth, his bookkeeper, suspects murder and launches into a one-woman campaign to just see justice done. Lanford Wilson, a Pulitzer Prize winning American playwright, is the author of “Book of Days,” which opens in the Citrus College Little Theatre. It is a…

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Ceramics professor designing Glendora Goldline station

With construction finishing up on the APU/Citrus College station, Foothill Gold Line is now looking forward to the 12.3-mile extension from Azusa to Montclair. The extension will feature a station in Glendora, San Dimas, La Verne, Pomona, Claremont and Montclair. All locations for the stations and their corresponding parking structures were selected by the cities…