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Accreditation committee under scrutiny

Citrus College is anxiously awaiting the Accrediting Commission for Community and Junior Colleges’ decision that will determine its accreditation standing that is expected to be given by February 2016. The ACCJC, the agency that sent a visiting team to evaluate Citrus College two months ago, is now under scrutiny. Campus officials were anticipating positive feedback…

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A Good deal

If you do not already have your spring 2015 ASCC sticker on your ID card, you may want to grab it for the 25th Annual Springfest. The Associated Students of Citrus College will be hosted the 25th annual Springfest Carnival May 4 through May 7 to give students a break from their daily routine and…

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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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Looking back at 2014

Penn State students unite for a civil protest following the events in Ferguson, MI., on Dec. 2. Dressed in black, the students laid across the floor of the HUB building holding posters that read “Black Lives Matter.” (Courtesy of Tribune News Service) By Pat Cordova-Goff | Staff Writer A quick look back of 2014 brings…

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Saluting Our Veterans

The Valley Veterans Memorial Team stands at ease. The group of veterans contributed to the event with a 21-gun salute and flag folding ceremony. (Winter Drechsler/Clarion) By Winter Drechsler | Staff Writer Citrus College’s celebration of our veterans’ sacrificial service leaves no question as to why this is the fifth consecutive year “G.I. Jobs” magazine…

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A fighting chance

By Careesa Campbell | News Editor Tejada, 27, was diagnosed in August with Hodgkin’s lymphoma, a cancer of the lymphatic system, which is usually curable. “I knew it,” he said. “Everyone was telling me [the tumor] was probably nothing, but…what else could it be? When [the doctor] said it was cancer, it was what I expected.”…

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Join the club

Sugar skulls and sombreros add color to the table of the Latinos Unidos Student Association. (Macy Olivas/Clarion) By Macy Olivas | Staff Writer By Melissa Pena | Staff Writer Students congregated at the Campus Center mall where both active and potential clubs set up shop to attract  and recruit new members on Sept. 16 and…