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‘Tis The Season For Surprises

For seven shows over three weeks, the cast and crew of the annual “Christmas Is…” performance has changed the Haugh Performing Arts Center into a Christmas wonderland. Although the name has stayed the same, Citrus College’s “Christmas Is…” takes on a new storyline each year. This year the Visual and Performing Arts Department takes audience…

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Letting the pen hover above the dotted line

In November 2014, Samantha Goodsell found herself sitting across the table from the executives of Nickelodeon, who were offering her the opportunity to have her own TV show. With her pen hovering over the dotted line, executives intently watching, Goodsell suddenly realized that this was not what she wanted. Gathering all the courage she could…

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Political science professor wins best online reference work

In elementary school, most children believe that their teachers are robot-like creatures who eat, sleep and exist only within the confines of their classroom. This misconception seems to follow students throughout their education, as they often struggle to connect professor to personal. Gerhard Peters shatters this elementary school mindset by bringing reality and personality to…

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Craft fair brings community together

Vendors get together every year to display their crafts at the annual La Fetra Center Craft Fair. It presents an opportunity for local residents and nearby communities to celebrate the crafter’s hard work. “The fair gives an opportunity to buy quality handcrafted items and for some people it gives exposure to the La Fetra Center,…

The man behind the magic

World renowned magician, illusionist and Citrus College Professor Dale Salwak has been invited to return to North Korea in April 2018. He has traveled to North Korea before with his son, Ryan Salwak, a former Citrus College student. Salwak has been the only other American magician, after Hal Myers in 1981, invited to perform in…

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Across their countries for cross country

Though the women’s cross country team is only six athletes strong, as a group they represent four different countries.  Three of the the six women are international students. Sophomore Alyssa Janini from Alberta, Canada, moved here a year and a half ago but recently joined the cross country this fall. The last time Janini had…