Articles by Evan Solano

Evan Solano is the current Managing Editor of the Citrus College Clarion for Fall 2015. This is his fourth semester on the Clarion, having also served as Managing Editor in Fall 2014. He is a journalism major who hopes to transfer to Cal State Fullerton. He has been a member of the Clarion since Fall 2013, and does freelance writing, photography and graphic design.


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Women’s Basketball defeats West L.A. 88-72

Citrus Women’s Basketball head coach Loree Moore talks to Citrus guard Natalie Gutierrez during a timeout against the West L.A. Wildcats. The Owls defeated the Wildcats 88-72. (Evan Solano/Clarion) Coming off their of their blowout victory over the Glendale Vaqueros last Saturday, the Citrus College Women’s Basketball (12-8, 5-2) team defeated the West L.A. Wildcats…

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The patriots’ act

It is a Saturday afternoon. Director Neil Weiss along with student actors cast in “The Epiphany” are hard at work rewriting lines, working on stage movements and getting everything ready for their Nov. 6 debut in the Citrus College Little Theatre. Noticeably absent from this weekend’s rehearsal is the playwright and creator of “The Epiphany,”…

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Foothill Gold Line Station Art Videos: Azusa Downtown Station & APU/Citrus College Station

The Foothill Gold Line Construction Authority has released two videos highlighting the fabrication and installation of the two Azusa stations in anticipation of tomorrow’s dedication ceremony. The videos, which can be seen below, show the process of creating the artwork for both stations, created by city-selected artists, Jose Antonio Aguirre (Azusa Downtown Station) and Lynn…

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CLASSIFIED UNION TAKE TO YOUTUBE OVER CONTRACT DISPUTE

The Citrus College chapter of the California School Employees Association has posted a video on YouTube in regards to their drawn out negotiations with the Citrus Community College District over their new contracts. The district and CSEA Citrus Chapter 101, which represents approximately 245 classified employees including maintenance, clerical, finance and trade workers, have been…