Articles by Zhansaya Saparkhanova


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Fine Art building update

Construction on the new Fine Arts and Communication building should be completed by Aug. 2016. Construction for the building began two years ago in Aug. 2014, and the timeline for the project is meeting expectations. Director of facilities and construction, Fred Diamond, said the project is right on schedule. Workers are doing construction on the…

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A joyful noise: ‘Songs of Christmas’ coming soon

“Songs of Christmas,” starring the Citrus College Vocal Ensemble features a range of holiday songs from pop to traditional such as “It’s the Most Wonderful Time of the Year,” “Because It’s Christmas” and “A Christmas Love Song.” Professor Martin Green, director of the Citrus vocal ensemble and concert choir, said his voice classes are stronger…

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Opinion: Terrorism takes its toll worldwide

The Islamic State of Iraq and Syria is not just a Western problem, it is the problem of the global community. Terrorist attacks on Western countries have always caught the world’s attention, underplaying atrocities in other parts of the world. It is an established ideology that terrorism matters only in the Western parts of the…

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“CELEBRITY” RESCUE DOGS SHOW TALENTS

Talented dogs visited the Haugh Performing Arts Center on Nov. 14 with amazing stunts that left everyone with full of joy. Chris Perondi’s “Dog Stunt” experience was one of a kind for all ages with amazing air stunts and comedic antics and more.   The show featured 13 rescue dogs with incredible talents. The stunt…

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Part-time professor, full-time educator

The president for the part time teacher’s union at Citrus College lost in the Nov. 4 elections to be a governing member of the Glendora School Board. There were only two positions open and four candidates running for Glendora School Board position, but astronomy professor Linda Chan was the only candidate to be endorsed by…

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Citrus falls against Oxnard

Oxnard College defeated Citrus College’s men’s soccer team by 4-0 on Oct. 23. Citrus played aggressively for the first five minutes, but quickly lost control of the ball to Oxnard. Gustavo Navarro, Oxnard center, scored the first goal 7 minutes into the match with one goal attempt by Citrus. Jesse Baca, Citrus middle front, brought…

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‘Russian’ to the top

The Citrus College Cosmetology Program is home to the best hair stylist in California. Natalia Pryannik, 38, cosmetology student, entered the California State Hair Show Individual Student Championship in 2015. With the guidance of Albert Graciano, professor of hair color and hair design, she won first place in the statewide competition. Pryannik said wanting to…

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Scoring a night of film

The 16th annual Night of Music from Film features the music of iconic composer James Horner.  Student performers will present music from classic films and screen video footage for the audience on Oct. 16 and Oct. 17 at the Haugh Performing Arts Center. Horner’s scores from classic movies like Titanic, Avatar, Apollo 13, Braveheart, Deep…