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Five worthy album of 2014

By Macy Olivas | Staff Writer Although only one album has gone platinum so far this year, 2014 proved to be a fruitful year for underground music. Five albums, surfacing from diverse genres and artists frequenting college radio, deserve more recognition. Against Me!- “Transgender Dysphoria Blues” Against Me! released their sixth studio album this year…

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CK Café blossoms

CK’s is well known for their blossoming flower tea. A popular flavor is peach and lily with honey. (Macy Olivas/Clarion) By Macy Olivas | Staff Writer About fifteen minutes east of Citrus in the charming city of Claremont, college students frequent local shops, restaurants and cafes. One small business in particular, CK Café, is the…

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UC San Diego venue gets local support

Citrus student Cameron Hughes, pictured on the far left, rallies along with hundreds of other protesters who are trying to save The Ché Café from closing down. The student-run venue is one of the most popular locations for touring bands to frequent in Southern California, other than the La Puente based Bridgetown DIY collective which…

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Join the club

Sugar skulls and sombreros add color to the table of the Latinos Unidos Student Association. (Macy Olivas/Clarion) By Macy Olivas | Staff Writer By Melissa Pena | Staff Writer Students congregated at the Campus Center mall where both active and potential clubs set up shop to attract  and recruit new members on Sept. 16 and…

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Dude Rock disciples petition to keep instructor

Professor Alan Waddington, pictured in the center, alongside the students of Dude Rock after the class’ end of the year performance “Dudestock” in the Campus Center. Music major Don Peña, pictured on the far right, began the petition to keep Waddington as the instructor for Dude Rock. (Evan Solano/Clarion) By Macy Olivas | Staff Writer…

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Student worker wages frozen

Liberal Studies major Andrew Worley serves as a student worker stocking in the Owl Bookstore for the new semester. Student workers, like Worley will now be limited to a maximum salary cap of $9 per hour. (Macy Olivas/Clarion) By Dillon Cooper | Sports Editor     The minimum wage in California was raised from $8 to…