Articles by Marvin Trigo


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Lines blurred: free speech and respect

Sticks and stones may break your bones, but words are no less hurtful.  A protestor in the Campus Center Mall who held a sign on Sept. 12 criticizing people’s religious beliefs and lifestyles—labeling them as “sinners, thieves, and liars”—may have the right to express hateful opinions, but just because he can, does not mean that…

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Vietnam veteran, faculty president honored

The faculty president of the Academic Senate has served his country in the military, his community as a Glendora police officer and Citrus College students as an instructor. Professor James Woolum, who teaches administration of justice, served in the United States Army for two years after he volunteered for military service in 1969. He did…

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Alumna begins month long exhibit at library

The “Out of the Closet” Exhibit at the Hayden Memorial Library will showcase Citrus College alumna BJ Lane’s self-portraits and landscapes, and will run through Dec. 7. An opening reception is scheduled today from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. Lane began painting 29 years ago at the age of 19 when she was a student…

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Thai food for thought

Travel about half a mile south of the 10 Freeway on Indian Hill Boulevard in Pomona, there is a small Thai food restaurant called Sanamluang Cafe. Located at 1648 Indian Hill Blvd. in Pomona, the cafe is known for its exotic cuisine. The items I tried off the restaurant’s menu were the Thai beef jerky,…

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No more library late fees

[media-credit name=”Hayden Memorial Library” align=”alignnone” width=”500″] Students can look forward to the absence of overdue book fines at the Hayden Memorial Library in the near future, thanks to collaboration between faculty and ASCC. The date the measure will become official is unclear as of press time. The elimination of late fees will lift transcript holds…