Articles by Anne Marie Miranda

Stop the #PostCoitalSleaze

By Anne Marie Miranda | Staff Writer As if selfies weren’t annoying enough, Instagram users are taking selfies to the next level and posting pictures of their post-sexual encounters, hashtagging them #aftersex. What ever happened to romance? What happened to embracing one another after sex? Apparently today’s narcissists think that once the deed is done, it’s…

Shifted on Rodeo

By Anne Marie Miranda | Staff Writer Night Shift, the 36-member Citrus College student band, put on a once-in-a-lifetime five-hour performance for the Beverly Hills centennial anniversary celebrated on Rodeo Drive. The city turned out in droves on April 27 for the BH100 Centennial Block Party themed “Dancing in the Street.” Night Shift was invited to…

‘Fierce’ females harmonize to fame

Photo courtesy of Madam Fierce By Anne Marie Miranda | Staff Writer A love of Americana and folk music inspired Citrus students Jessica Clark, Kristal Chammas and Melanie Pfirrman to form Madam Fierce. Their intention is to let their band’s name to speak for itself. “We all loved the word ‘fierce’ and thought that the word ‘madam’…

Fairy tale comes to life with the cast of ‘Shrek’

The cast of Shrek pictured left to right Josh Tangermann,Kylie Monar, Napoleon Jelks and Montana Rose. (Evan Solano/Citrus College Clarion) By Anne Marie Miranda | Staff Writer That ornery ogre that we all know and love, along with his “noble steed” and friends travel from Fairy Tale Land to share their happy-ending story with Citrus College….


Irish eyes are smiling

Food supervisor Philomena O’Shea serves up her authentic Irish treats made from scratch. The dishes served consisted of corned beef and cabbage, hearty meat pies and raisin-filled soda bread in the Owl Cafe. (Anne Marie Miranda/Clarion) By Anne Marie Miranda | Staff Writer Food supervisor, Philomena O’Shea brought her own version of a hundred thousand welcomes…


Fall Fest takes over

  Fall Fest 2013 sponsored by the Associated Students of Citrus College featured an array of “fangtastic” festivities in the Campus Center Mall during Oct. 29-31. The event was not only to capture the spirit of Halloween but also to promote the clubs on campus. On Oct. 29 the students honored Dia de los Muertos….