Clubs

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…

PHI THETA KAPPA : THE BETA NU ETA CHAPTER AT CITRUS COLLEGE

Phi Theta Kappa, an honor society called the Beta Nu Eta chapter at Citrus College, helps keep the college accountable through some of their projects. The honor society has been recognized as a five-star chapter this past year. To be recognized as a five-star chapter is a prestigious recognition for an honor society chapter at…

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Campus holds first ever pow wow event

The Native American Student Association, a club on campus, held a pow wow event at Citrus College for the first time ever. The event was open to the public and other communities surrounding the campus. The event was on May 20. The purpose of the pow wow was to promote cultural awareness of indigenous peoples…

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Game of Clubs – The Inter-club Council Joust

When playing the “Game of Clubs,” participating clubs will win… or go home with nothing. From May 8 to May 11, in the Campus Center Mall, ICC hosted their Council Spring Club Joust.   Though not as serious as the TV show itself, this semester’s Citrus College Inter-club Council Joust was themed after the iconic…

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…

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ASCC hosts party for political parties

Students who are unsure of which candidate they are voting for this upcoming election in November, can attend the “Party Party” hosted by The Associated Students of Citrus College Oct. 11 and 12 in the Campus Center Mall. This presidential election has been one of the most watched of all time worldwide. The first presidential…