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Meals on wheels: mobile food truck comes to campus

A motion to approve a mobile food truck which will provide food resources for Citrus College students was voted on and passed by the Associated Students of Citrus College on March 14. Favian Fragoso, a student senator for ASCC, said the motion was approved by a unanimous vote, aside from one member who was not…

Workshops available at Hayden Library

One of the largest resources available to Citrus College students on campus is the Hayden Memorial Library. In this study haven, librarians provide a variety of workshops during the semester. The workshops take place at different days of the week and times, so it is easier for students to find time in their schedule to…

Journalists awarded for excellence at JACC

Students from the Clarion newspaper and Logos magazine competed in the Journalism Association of Community Colleges state convention from March 30 to April 1 at the DoubleTree Hotel in Sacramento. The Clarion and Logos Magazine both were awarded General Excellence and the team of 22 journalists won 20 individual awards. Citrus College achieved the Pacesetter…

Glendora literacy program assists adults

Annette and Wayne Wistlor, and other members of Glendora Rotary Club started Glendora READS! in 1992, an adult literacy program. Its purpose is to reach out to the community and assist adults with developing every day literacy skills. Literacy coordinator Mary Dodson said she has devoted her life to helping others. Her dedication has helped…

New leadership breathes fresh life into film club

In the span of about two and a half years, Citrus student Matthew Ronquillo has brought new life into the Citrus College Film Club. As president of the club, Ronquillo has been advocating change and raising awareness for his club as well others on campus. Ronquillo was disappointed with the lack of organization and motivation…

Opinion: The international student experience

A few decades ago, the only students to come to the United States to study abroad were students that came from money. However, that has changed. Nowadays, students from various countries and economic backgrounds are able to come. There are rules international students must follow in order to study in America. Many of the rules…

Students experience protests abroad

American students encountered peaceful protests relating to the refugee crisis and Donald Trump inauguration while studying abroad in January in Italy The Women’s March on Washington, D.C. had sister marches in over 75 countries. On Jan. 21, Citrus College students were coincidentally on an excursion to Rome during one of the sister marches. Crowds of…

Club Rush offers variety of interests for students

More than 20 student clubs participated at Club Rush to promote their clubs, encouraging students to join on March 13 and 14 at the Campus Center Mall. The event is held every spring and fall semester. Club members answered students’ questions about their clubs at booths decorated with the intent of drawing the attention of…