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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…

A Christmas Swan Song: Singers bid director farewell

Past and present vocal music students  students harmonized together for “Songs of Christmas” on Dec. 2 at the Haugh Performing Arts Center. “Songs of Christmas,” a combination performance of the Citrus College Sierra Wind Symphony and Citrus Vocal Music Students, was the last performance directed by directed by professor Martin Green before his retires at…

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Owls edge out win in heated battle

Citrus College men’s basketball defeated the Cañada College Colts, 101-89, Friday, Dec. 1 for game one of the Citrus Invitational at Citrus College. With just under 10 seconds to play, sophomore Antony Navarette of Cañada College got physical with sophomore Kyle Gray, ending with a technical foul and benches almost rushing the floor. The altercation…

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Citrus negotiating teams dig in for contentious contracts

November 21, 2017 Citrus College negotiates with faculty and staff this month before previous contracts expire Dec. 31. The three unions renewing their contracts with the district, Citrus’ staff, full-time and part-time faculty, are negotiating for salary increases comparable to other colleges in the area. As of Nov. 17, the college incurred $12,449.50 in fees…

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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…