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Elevators deemed safe as four await inspection

Four out of 18 operating elevators on campus still have outstanding permits displayed. The Clarion had previously reported on Oct. 12  that there are 12 operating elevators based on information and access available to reporters. Citrus College Vice President of Finance and Administrative Services Claudette Dain sent out an e-memo to faculty on Oct. 31…

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Class Pass not meeting expectations

In spite of having a class pass that allows psychology major Nicholas Passarini to ride the bus for free, he has run into some issues boarding the bus. Passarini relies on the Citrus College Class Pass provided through the school and Foothill Transit. This pass allows Citrus students to ride specific bus lines for free…

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Become involved in student media

The award-winning Citrus College student media is undoubtedly the primary force in our connection with the news and culture on campus. Yet many, if not, most, are not taking full advantage of their access to this localized outlet. Many aren’t even aware of our newspaper, our magazine or the respective social media accounts linked with…

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Lockett Breathes New Life Into Offense

There was a different air in Citrus stadium when the Owls took the field Saturday, October 28th in their 31-15 win over the Santa Barbara Vaqueros. They may have been 1-6 coming into the game, but it felt like the season had just started, and for good reason, Darreon Lockett was starting the game. Lockett,…

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Owls beat Antelope Valley to keep division lead

On Friday, October 27th, the Citrus College men’s Owls soccer team beat the Antelope Valley Marauders 2-0 at Citrus Stadium. Owl’s coach Fred Bruce-Oliver didn’t like that the Marauders had so much control in the Owl’s zone, so he decided to change his formation. “We went from a 4-4-2 formation to a 3-5-2,” Coach Fred…