Articles by nicole spata


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Many encounter log-in problems with student emails

Students attempting to log into their student email may encounter an error message from Outlook, operated by Microsoft 365. “That Microsoft account doesn’t exist. Enter a different account or get a new one,” the error message states, meaning the student email account is no longer connected to Citrus College. Tech support has been in the…

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100 Degree Weather? You’ll Still Need a Sweater

Despite California temperatures skyrocketing mid-October, Citrus College classrooms seem to already be in the spirit of fall. Without any regard of the outside temperature, thermostats in classrooms remain unchanged. students experience classrooms with temperatures below 70 degrees. Temperatures in the beginning of October broke triple digits and remained above 70 degrees until the month approached…

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Land of the Free, Home of the Brave

Citrus College hosted their 12th annual “Saluting Our Veterans” event on Nov. 8 in the Campus Center Mall. Every year, the campus hosts the event in efforts to show commitment and support in honoring the nation’s troops and the sacrifices our veterans make. Citrus College is well known for being a military friendly campus by…

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Elevators deemed safe as four await inspection

Four out of 18 operating elevators on campus still have outstanding permits displayed. The Clarion had previously reported on Oct. 12  that there are 12 operating elevators based on information and access available to reporters. Citrus College Vice President of Finance and Administrative Services Claudette Dain sent out an e-memo to faculty on Oct. 31…

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Friday the 13th tattoos: The unlucky tradition

Friday the 13th tattoos are a popular tradition that is practiced nationwide. Every time the 13th falls on a Friday, tattoo parlors open their doors to $13 tattoos that display the number 13. Many tattoo artists find beauty in what others perceive as dark or evil. The day is actually viewed as “lucky” to a…

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Going Up? Take the stairs: Expired elevator permits

Out of the 12 elevators on the Citrus College campus, only eight are running properly and are up to date with Department of Industrial Relation standards. Most of the permits are required to be updated annually in the month of March. Those who rely on wheelchairs or are impaired to walk are directly affected. Approximately…

Safety off campus and community come together

Citrus College hosted their annual “Coffee with a Cop” on Sept. 27 in the Campus Center quad. Students, employees and community members were welcome to have a cup of Starbucks brewed coffee and a pastry while asking questions and getting information from both Campus Safety and the Glendora Police Department. The Glendora Police Department and…

Metro Line extension delayed beyond 2027

On March 5, 2016, the first phase of the Metro Gold Line was completed, which extended the station from Sierra Madre to Citrus College and Azusa Pacific University, with the second phase continuing the Metro Gold Line 12 miles east to Montclair. The Gold Line will now extend into San Bernardino County as it passes…