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Delayed takeoff: Rocket Owls face state travel ban

Balancing work, school, and personal lives can be a challenge for the average student. Now imagine designing and planning to build a rocket for NASA on top of it all. The Rocket Owls, seven STEM students on campus, have mastered this balancing act as they dedicate their time learning and spreading knowledge about physics. The…

Black Student Union makes long awaited return

Black Student Union has been touch and go on the Citrus College campus for years. It had not been active since around 2007, but students resurrected the club this semester. Michael Stewart, communications, education, and human resource management major, had been trying to bring BSU back for the past two semesters. “The point is to…

New voting process accompanies student government elections

Elections for student government begin at 9:30 a.m. Nov. 28 at the Campus Center (ED 170). Students can also go online at OrgSync.com to cast their votes. Voting ends at 8 p.m. Nov. 29. The Associated Students of Citrus College currently have 13 applicants for the seven senator seats for student government. Yachi Rivas is…

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Many encounter log-in problems with student emails

Students attempting to log into their student email may encounter an error message from Outlook, operated by Microsoft 365. “That Microsoft account doesn’t exist. Enter a different account or get a new one,” the error message states, meaning the student email account is no longer connected to Citrus College. Tech support has been in the…

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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…