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Coop’s Corner

By Dillon Cooper | Sports Editor One of the most shocking and embarrassing summers the NFL and maybe even all of professional sports has ever experienced is finally over. There have been suspensions for drugs, racist remarks, domestic abuse and now child abuse. Where does it end for the players in the National Football League? With…

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Emerging voices speak: Gonzales ‘tells’ all

(Dillon Cooper/Clarion) By Dillon Cooper | Sports Editor The first thoughts that come to mind after rejection are usually “What’s wrong with me?” “Do I need to change myself?” Nathan Gonzales’ screenplay “Somebody Should Tell Him” tackles that tendency as well as the feeling of guilt involved in failed relationships. It’s a tale of unrequited love…

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Coop’s Corner: Do the Dodgers even exist?

By Dillon Cooper | Sports Editor If a baseball team plays, but no one sees it, do they even exist? This season, the Los Angeles Dodgers have been televised to roughly only one-thirds of those who live in Los Angeles County. This has been due to a long-time dispute between Time Warner Cable and DirecTV. This…

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Coop’s Corner

(MCT Campus) By Dillon Cooper | Sports Editor Soccer never sleeps. In fact, one may argue that is the reason it’s the world’s most loved sport. We may not get football 10 months of the year and we may not get a year-round basketball league, but soccer is always there. While many football, baseball and…

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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…

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Looking to stay on course

By Dillon Cooper | Sports Editor The 2013 football season ended with head coach Ron Ponciano and his Owls lifting a trophy after a bowl victory, a feat that hasn’t been accomplished in 25 years at Citrus College. Ponciano’s Owls traveled to Saddleback College on Nov. 23, 2013 and on the back of quarterback Larry Cutbirth…

Owls baseball comes to an end on a promising note

By Dillon Cooper | Managing Editor Owls’ freshmen stepped up this season in the baseball team’s push for a playoff berth, but they ended the season coming up short. For the first time since 2010, the Citrus College baseball team finished above .500.  The Owls completed the season with a 20-16, 13-8 record. Although the Owls…