Articles by Sarah Cha


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Anime connection serves a break from finals

The Anime Connection of Citrus College hosted its third semi-annual Maid Café in the Campus Center Mall on Dec. 3. Guests were greeted to a sweetly decorated room complete with tablecloths in a lounge-style place. Male club members were dressed as waiters as women members dressed as maids to make this a unique and fun…

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Dont be greedy, give year round

There are many who starve for hope and a future, and we could all do our part in helping them. However, people seem to be more enthusiastic about giving to others in different countries when natural disasters hit, such as what happened in the Philippines. Where was that enthusiasm a month ago? More importantly, what…

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Meet the candidates: Lorenzo Rios

A 16-year-resident of Azusa, Lorenzo Rios has a passion for education and helping others to succeed. Rios is a 77-year-old retired utility maintenance worker of the Rancho Santiago Community College District Santa Ana campus where he took courses in political science, business law, accounting and received a certificate in mediation. As a community liaison for the…

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Women’s soccer makes it to playoffs

The Citrus College women’s soccer team finished their 2013 regular season by dominating the West Los Angeles Wildcats 8-0 at the Nov.15 home game. With this victory, the Owls were second in the conference as they have won 12 of 15 games this season. Even though freshman midfielder Alyssa Dunn, 17, has yet to score…

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Tis the season to be giving

This year’s holiday season is greeted with four events happening on campus: Adopt-A-Vet, Adopt An Angel, Toys For Tots and the Holiday Food Drive. The Holiday Food Drive began on Nov. 4 and will continue until Nov. 22. The toy drive began on Nov.1 and will continue until Dec. 16. “The veterans have taken over…

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Fortune cookies foretell screenwriter future

Following advice from a fortune cookie may be a superstitious because the reality is . . . cookies crumble. That is the premise of “Fortune Cookie,” a student-authored script that has been selected to be performed at the Citrus College Little Theatre on Oct. 30 at 2 p.m. Alex Pinedo, 20, a child development major,…

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Three running for quarterback position

With a new season coming into play, Andrew Cameron, Larry Cutbirth, and Tyler Pruszynski are the three quarterbacks being considered for the starting quarterback position for the Fighting Owls. Cameron, who was a red shirt last season, is shorter than his fellow teammates yet possesses speed, agility and strength that he uses to his advantage….