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Tuition prices affect transfers

  By Jessica Soto | News Editor The Career/Transfer Center is hosting the Spring College Fair March 19 from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. in the Campus Center Mall. The college fair happens once each semester. “We usually have about 40-50 regionally accredited four–year universities represented at each. Our local CSU, UC and private institutions are…

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Ceramic students donate to hunger relief

The ceramic bowls made by volunteers on Souper Bowl Sunday are stacked on shelves ready to be glazed and fired. The bowls will be transported to the First Christian Church for the event on Mar. 14 from 5-8 p.m. (Jessica Soto/Clarion) By Jessica Soto | News Editor Feeding the hungry, one bowl at a time. The…

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Code Red: Owls tossed out of tournament

The Code Red section of the Mt. San Jacinto crowd reacts loudly to what they believed to be an unfair call by the officials. (Jessica Soto/Clarion) By Dillon Cooper | Managing Editor The Owls went to Code Red March 5, 2014. Code Red is used to warn about a serious danger or threat. Code Red is…

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Constitutional Amendments to be voted on

By Jessica Soto | News Editor The Associated Students of Citrus College have proposed five amendments, which are to be voted on by the student body Mach 5-6 in the Campus Center Mall from 9:30 a.m. to 8 p.m. The ballot will require one yes or no vote. “Its all or nothing,” Adrienne Thompson, supervisor of…

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Owls upset Huskies in double OT thriller

Dominique Walker, #10, looks to find Chris Reyes, #23, in the post in the 86-81 victory of the East Los Angeles Huskies on Feb. 28, 2014. Reyes would finish the game with 26 points, 17 rebounds and 5 blocks. (Jessica Soto/Clarion) By Dillon Cooper | Managing Editor In a packed, tension-filled East Los Angeles College gym,…

Class enrollment going through renewal period

By Jessica Soto | News Editor The increase in class sections over the last year have kept Citrus College students coming back for more. Enrollment rates have continued to grow in the last couple of years and with Citrus reaching 100.01 percent of seat capacity, this spring 2014 semester is no different. Class sections were cut…

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Basketball playoff hopes hang in the balance

Just Childress attempts to penetrate the lane against Chaffey College.  Childress played a total of 11 minutes in the 48-78 loss on Dec. 1, 2013. (Jessica Soto / Citrus College Clarion) While a majority of students went on winter break, the men’s basketball team was hard at work, trying to reach the big dance. The…

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Prevailing against the odds

On any given day the typical Citrus College student rolls out of bed, gets ready for school, arrives on campus and walks to class. This is not how the average day goes for student veteran Julian Espejo, 23. On good days Espejo is only able to walk with a cane, on others, he uses a…

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Clarion staff brings home awards from regional JACC event

The Journalism Association of Community Colleges is an opportunity for aspiring journalists to take a hands-on approach to their future career while also being recognized for the hard work they have done. At JACC SoCal, both student journalists and educators gather together from across Southern California to attend a variety of workshops and compete with…