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Improved offense readies for conference play

The Citrus College men’s soccer team begins conference play this week after starting the season off 2-4-3 outside of the conference. Though the Owls have only won two of its contests and had to settle for three ties, the offense has shown improvement in the early-going of the season. Citrus has scored 17 goals through…

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L.A. County says goodbye to Columbus Day

The Los Angeles City Council voted 14-1 to replace Columbus Day with Indigenous Peoples Day on Aug. 30, joining a multitude of cities and states that have abolished Columbus Day. Oct. 9 is now a celebration of Native Americans and their culture. The American movement to abolish Columbus Day began in Berkeley in 1991 and…

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Renovated Hayden Hall reopens for faculty use

Citrus College faculty can now use the new offices and athenaeum of Hayden Hall as it officially opened its doors on Oct. 3 to the campus as part of the ribbon cutting ceremony. City officials and Citrus College faculty, lead by superintendent/president Dr. Geraldine M. Perri, attended the building’s dedication and official ribbon cutting for…

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Blue Note Orchestra performs on Grammy winner’s 21st album

Thanks to Dean of Fine and Performing Arts Robert Slack, the Citrus Blue Note Orchestra contributed to grammy winner Melissa Manchester’s 21st album “The Fellas.” Manchester recently released her newest album in early September, starring the Citrus College Blue Note Orchestra. The Blue Note Orchestra is a 20-piece band of current Citrus students and past…

Safety of campus and community come together

Citrus College hosted their annual “Coffee with a Cop” on Sept. 27 in the Campus Center quad. Students, employees and community members were welcome to have a cup of Starbucks brewed coffee and a pastry while asking questions and getting information from both Campus Safety and the Glendora Police Department. The Glendora Police Department and…