Clubs

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Make way for Anime

As one of the oldest clubs at Citrus College, Anime Connection transformed the Campus Center into an anime convention on May 28, by sharing anime’s universal subgenres contained in art drawings, J-pop and J-rock (Japanese) music, and costumes with open the college community. “Anime is universal to unite everyone from all walks of life to…

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Creating a safe place

A safe haven can be found within GSA. The Gender and Sexuality Alliance, formerly known as the Gay-Straight Alliance, centers on the union of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender (LGBT) students and their supporters. GSA creates a tight knit sense of community where students of the LGBT community and their allies can engage in comfortable…

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Cape Owls to compete in Motor City’s Shell Eco-Marathon

The Cape Owls (left to right): Jimmy Lam, James Couch, Alec Nystrom, Oumnia Maaouni and Casey Rudd. The team is making final adjustments to their vehicle which will be included in this years Shell Eco-Marathon in Detroit, Michigan. (Jaclyn Spencer/Clarion) This past Sunday marked the members of the Citrus College Automotive Physics Eco-Marathon Owl members…

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Photo club focuses on the big picture

Aspiring photographers honing in on their artistic and technical skills find common ground with like-minded students in the Photography Club. This well established campus club is active both on and off campus, photographing college activities, local events and group trips. Bob Orso, a fine arts professor who teaches Photo 101, is the faculty adviser. Ricky…

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Join the club

Campus can be a lonely place when people stay disconnected. With thousands of students coming and going each semester, Club Rush is a chance for students to get connected on campus. With more than 30 clubs, and more forming everyday, clubs such Alpha Gamma Sigma, Anime Connection and Gamers Guild will have booths filled with…

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LUSA leading the way

Latino Unidos Student Association club members host their annual event “Dia de Los Muertos.” This is one of three major events LUSA organzies to celebrate Latino students and the Latino culture. (Vanessa Maldonado/Clarion) By Pat Cordova-Goff | Staff Writer Most college campuses are the epitome of diversity. From race and religion, to sexual orientation and…

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Get to know LGBTQ

The guest speakers and panelists of Azusa’s first “Get To Know Me” gathered for a photo after a successful first-ever LGBTQ community forum in the city. This year’s GTKM forum will be held at the Azusa City Hall Auditorium on Dec. 11, from 7 to 9 p.m. (Courtesy of Helen Jaramillo) By Pat Cordova-Goff| Staff…

Forever young

The Citrus Phi Theta Kappa honor society is studying scientific research on telomeres and how to slow down the aging process. By Danielle Calson| Staff Writer The quest to find the fountain of youth is on at Citrus College. Project team leader Nestor Aquino, 19, explained that at the end of each pair of chromosomes…

Yes we ‘can’: Can drive strives to help

Daniel Celebertti, ASCC vice president, donating a non-perishable food item to the ‘Yes We Can’ food drive. (Careesa Campbell/Clarion) By Careesa Campbell| News Editor The annual holiday food drive sponsored by student government is now underway and concludes Nov. 21. Students are encouraged to donate non-perishable food items at five locations across campus: the library,…