Spotlight

A breath of fresh fair

  Every year, Angelinos gather in Pomona for the one event that has a little bit of something for everyone: the Los Angeles County Fair. The Pomona Fairplex goes from empty parking lots and grounds to loud music, animal noises, crowds and bright lights at the beginning of September. No matter how old you are…

Days without incident

On any given day Trisha MacFarlane, 29,  passes as the average student and woman. During her week she attends school, work, church and repeats. On the weekends MacFarlane visits her horse Jazzmin, spends time with friends and goes to church again. But on any given day, she is at risk of what the average student…

Review: First thing to do this summer? Rescue the Guardians

With spring semester coming to an end, some students will take summer classes. Others will take a break from school to free up time for the things they put off during the semester. No matter how students will spend their summer, the first thing they should do is head to Disney’s California Adventure and ride…

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Campus Attracts Local Vendors

Amid a sleepy Sunday morning in Glendora, the Citrus College parking lot is wide awake as a secluded space for bustling people and quick transactions. This eclectic environment of vendors and local shoppers is hosted by the Foothill Swap Meet, which begins at 6:30 a.m. every Sunday morning on the Citrus College S4, S5 and…

Cogs in the machine: Automotive Technology Program provides extensive experience and teamwork

Dave Brown strives to give the opportunities the automotive industry has given him, back to his students. He and the other professors in the Citrus College Automotive Technology program provide a thorough and rigorous program to help students succeed. “When I was coming as a student in the automotive program I was very poor.” Brown…

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Constructing Christmas: “Christmas Is…” all year long

‘Tis the season for the Citrus Visual and Performing Arts Department’s annual holiday spectacle “Christmas Is….” Every year, the production is re-imagined with a new script written by Citrus consulting writer John Carroll. Director Doug Austin, who has been in charge of the production since 1989, called “Christmas Is…” a year-round process. Austin, along with…

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Unsung heroes: Campus facilities

Being understaffed isn’t always a problem. They come in the night and leave when the sun rises. The trash and debris disappear when they do. With over 19,000 students attending Citrus College, campus facilities have plenty to do. Though they get the job done, this year they are a bit understaffed. The custodial team, who…

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Next on the line: Arcadia

Since the Metro Gold Line opened in February, many have used the opportunity to discover new places. Although there are many great landmarks to check out in the greater Los Angeles area, there are several stops along the way of the Gold Line to check out. And with a projected opening of the Citrus/APU stop…