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Macabre heartthrobs stalk catwalk: Citrus cosmetologists display ghoulish craft in annual Halloween “Creep Show.”

Michael Jackson’s “Thriller” blares over a public-address system to a 100-person crowd. They lightly dance in the campus center mall as the Cosmetology school’s “Creep Show” begins on Friday, Oct. 13. Esthetician faculty, Ann Everett said over the microphone, “Carving her a forever smile and the limbs of a doll, he finalized his vows by…

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Going Up? Take the stairs: expired elevator permits

  Out of 12 elevators on Citrus College, only eight are running properly and are up to date with Department of Industrial Relation standards. Most of the permits are required to be updated annually in the month of March. Those who rely on wheelchairs or are impaired to walk are directly affected. Approximately 1400 Citrus…

Pink is the New Blue: Campus Safety Supports Breast Cancer Awareness

As October rolls around and Breast Cancer Awareness Month is in full-swing, Campus Safety works together with the Pink Patch Project to raise awareness and funds for a disease that affects approximately 1 in 8 women in their lifetime. The Pink Patch Project website defines the program as a collaboration between the Los Angeles County…

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Renovated Hayden Hall reopens for faculty use

Citrus College faculty can now use the new offices and athenaeum of Hayden Hall as it officially opened its doors on Oct. 3 to the campus as part of the ribbon cutting ceremony. City officials and Citrus College faculty, lead by superintendent/president Dr. Geraldine M. Perri, attended the building’s dedication and official ribbon cutting for…

Safety of campus and community come together

Citrus College hosted their annual “Coffee with a Cop” on Sept. 27 in the Campus Center quad. Students, employees and community members were welcome to have a cup of Starbucks brewed coffee and a pastry while asking questions and getting information from both Campus Safety and the Glendora Police Department. The Glendora Police Department and…

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Opinion: Duck and cover: College prepares for quake drill

Any day now. Seismologists suggest Californians are long overdue for a devastating “big one,” and Citrus College students and faculty must act fast to prepare for a high-magnitude earthquake. There will be a campuswide emergency practice drill on Oct. 19 here at Citrus. The San Andreas Fault is one of the most dangerous earthquake hotspots…

Lockdown drill helps campus prepare for emergency

At 10:05 a.m. on Sept. 28, Citrus had a mandatory lockdown drill to improve how the college handles emergency situations. Campus Safety supervisor, Benjamin Macias, who was in charge of directing and organizing the drill said simulating a lockdown drill is required by the law. “It’s now a federal and state requirement to have a…