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Dean overhaul

Faculty on campus have been experiencing supervisory shake-ups throughout the 2017 – 2018 school year. Within a year, Citrus College will lose four of its eight deans. The quick turnover started with the resignation of previous Dean of Language Arts and Enrollment, Sam Lee, in March. The position was filled by Gina Hogan, now titled…

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Campus Attracts Local Vendors

Amid a sleepy Sunday morning in Glendora, the Citrus College parking lot is wide awake as a secluded space for bustling people and quick transactions. This eclectic environment of vendors and local shoppers is hosted by the Foothill Swap Meet, which begins at 6:30 a.m. every Sunday morning on the Citrus College S4, S5 and…

Movement is Medicine – Be Perfect Foundation spreads paralysis awareness.

Walking is a gift, and in a split second this gift can be taken away. Be Perfect was created to gift back. Hal Hargrave Jr, founder of Be Perfect, is living with paralysis. Be Perfect is an organization in Claremont providing support for people living with paralysis. Hargrave was on his way to play baseball…

Hair With Rula
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Hair With Rula

Citrus cosmetology student Rula Kort is a hair stylist who has won many competitions. Kort was around the age of 19 when she knew she wanted to be in the cosmetology field. Born in United Arab Emirates, her parents wanted her to finish school first before anything else. “They told me you have to finish…

Success rates high despite decrease

The recently released Student Success Scorecard revealed that the first-time Citrus College students in 2010-2011 had an overall completion rate of 50.5 percent. The rate decreased from the 2009-2010 first-time students’ overall completion rate of 52.9 percent. According to Lan Hao, Ph.D., director of institutional research, planning and effectiveness, a completion rate is a percentage…