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Optimistic Ponciano prepares team for season

With the words “Men succeed when they realize that their failures are the preparation for their victories” on the wall in head football coach Ron Ponciano’s office, there is a great sense of pride as the Citrus football team prepares for the upcoming season. The Owls will look to improve from last season’s 4-6 record,…

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Laying out a new image

Citrus has been hit by the retirement bug the last 12 months. Desks cleared out, empty walls, name placards vacant. However, three new hires began to fill the void left by their predecessors. The external and government relations department welcomed Tom Dellner as the new executive director and Doug Schultz as digital communication and publications…

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Citrus College debuts mobile app

Students now have access to the Citrus Mobile App, which can be downloaded for free through the Apple Store and Google Play Store. Technology and Computer Services programmers Sean Osborn and Bryun Sakaye recently launched the app. This first phase has eleven modules, including links to Citrus online, student courses, a campus map, course catalogs,…

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Andrew Wheeler impacts Citrus Athletics for eleventh year

Announcing, keeping statistics, updating records, rosters, schedules, and more, Andrew Wheeler always has work to do for the 15 (soon to be 16 next spring with men’s swimming) sports at Citrus. Citrus College Athletics has grown tremendously in the last 11 years since Wheeler stepped foot on campus as the Citrus College Athletic Department’s Sports…

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Pop Rock Showcase to feature hits of the ’90s

Citrus Visual and Performing Arts Department will present Pop Rock Showcase at 7 p.m. June 13 at the Haugh Performing Arts Center. The show will include music from the ‘90s, such as “Wanna Be,” “No Diggity,” “Say My Name,” “La Vida Loca,” “Say You’ll Be There,” “Mo Money Mo Problems” and many more. Bands from…

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Influence of 50 cents: The rise of minimum wage

For some, a fifty-cent wage increase may not seem like much. For Citrus student employees, it makes all the difference. “Ten-fifty an hour is better than what we were getting paid last semester, which was ten dollars flat,” political science major Juan Soto said. At the beginning of the year, California made a statewide minimum…