Editorials

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Editorial: Get on board

Associated Students of Citrus College Executive Board needs to reopen the discussion to offer their students a discounted bus pass. Other colleges like Mt. San Antonio College already offer a bus pass that is included in every student’s activities fee. Mt. SAC students recently voted to pay $8 if they are part-time and $9 if…

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Editorial: Fighting for a fair wage

Student employees are being financially mistreated at Citrus College. Around the United States, the slogan “Fight for $15” is rallying minimum wage workers from various industries to finally demand a living wage for their hard work. Citrus College students working minimum wage campus jobs need to join the fight, demanding reform on positional, annual and…

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Celebrating a century: Happy Birthday Citrus

Happy Birthday Citrus College! Our college turns 100 years old this school year, and students and faculty, past and present, have shaped our 100-year history and have all played an essential role in making our school into the institution that we know and love today. We are all apart of a historic landmark year. And…

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E-Voting: Time for our elections to get an upgrade

With consistent low voter turnout at every  ASCC election, Citrus College needs to switch to electronic voting for their student body elections to increase voting accessibility for students. Most students are only on campus for just as long as their classes require before leaving for home or work. Other students are specifically online study students…

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Sexual assaults: Taking on responsibility

It’s on us –the students  to involve ourselves in the awareness and prevention of sexual assault on college campuses. President Obama noted that an estimated one in five women have been sexually assaulted during their college years, and of those assaults, only 12 percent are reported. Just a few weeks ago, the third annual Sex…

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Sex 101 week: Lets talk about consent

From left, University of California, Berkeley student Shannon Thomas, 21, former student Nicoletta Commins, 22, and student Aryle Butler, 20, prepare to speak during a press conference at the Graduate School of Journalism in Berkeley, Calif., on Wednesday, Feb. 26, 2014. Thirty-one female students have filed a federal complaint against the university, claiming Cal violated…