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Swim team training intensifies prior to championships

The swim team is wrapping up their season with two weeks left before championships and head coach Jennifer Spalding started their taper during practices. “We have already cut down the yardage in practice,” Spalding said. “The girls will wear leggings in the pool for drag and I told the girls we will have a competition…

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Review: Aerials at the Haugh

The word Quixotic means incredibly idealistic. Like its name, Quixotic: Gravity of Center showcased a romantic sensation of acrobatics, ballet and aerial performance on April 1 at the Haugh Performing Arts Center. Every acrobat, dancer, balancer and contortionist gave an emotional and tension-filled production fusing light and technology into a dazzling vision. A violin’s passionate…

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Preview: Pasadena Museum of California Art Free Friday

The Pasadena Museum of California Art will have its monthly free first Fridays from 12 p.m. to 5 p.m. on April 7. Free first Friday offers free admission and regular programming to the public, Brianna Smyk, director of communicators and editor, said. The museum has three current exhibits. The Golden Twenties: portraits and figure paintings…

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Glendora literacy program assists adults

Annette and Wayne Wistlor, and other members of Glendora Rotary Club started Glendora READS! in 1992, an adult literacy program. Its purpose is to reach out to the community and assist adults with developing every day literacy skills. Literacy coordinator Mary Dodson said she has devoted her life to helping others. Her dedication has helped…

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Men’s golf looks to finish strong in conference

Since hosting the Western States Conference Citrus event on March 17, the Citrus men’s golf team has competed in two events, placing third in the WSC SoCal Regional Preview and fourth in WSC Santa Barbara event. Sophomore James Bragger has finished the last three events as the Owls’ lowest scorer, including a two-over 74 at…

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Opinion: The international student experience

A few decades ago, the only students to come to the United States to study abroad were students that came from money. However, that has changed. Nowadays, students from various countries and economic backgrounds are able to come. There are rules international students must follow in order to study in America. Many of the rules…