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.


Obama proposes tuition-free community college education

President Barack Obama in a video statement posted to the White House Facebook page. ( President Obama says he will propose a plan to make the first two years of community college free to students nationwide. “What I’d like to do is to see the first two years of community college for free for everybody…


Election for Executive Board underway

Fine and Performing Arts Senator Manuel Ramirez is the only candidate running for the open ASCC president position. (Evan Solano/Clarion) By Evan Solano | Editor-in-Chief Seven of the nine candidates running for executive board positions assembled at a large table and answered questions posed by ASCC president Tyler Hernandez. The Associated Students of Citrus College hosted…


From dude rock to death metal

Murder Most Foul, left to right, Yuri Oatis, Raiden Ikeda, Joe Moller, Miguel Camarenas and Don Peña. The band is comprised entriely of students in Introduction to Ensemble Performance, otherwise known as “Dude Rock.” (Anne Marie Miranda/Clarion) By Evan Solano | Editor-in-Chief The members of Murder Most Foul didn’t meet in the typical way most bands…


Latino students transfer hope

LUSA President Neftali Perez (center) discusses club activities with LUSA secretary Ruben Rodriguez (left) and other members of the Latino student club.(Evan Solano/Clarion) Adjusting to college can be overwhelming. Just ask any incoming freshman who has never set foot on a college campus before. Throw in the added cultural and familial pressures of being a…


The Holy Rail

Spencer C. attempts to grind on the rails in front of the TC building as cameraman Cannan H captures footage for their collective skate video they’re working on. “Its fun to have something on your own with a group of your friends,” Spencer said. (Evan Solano/Clarion) By Evan Solano | Editor-in-Chief By Cameron Wisdom | Staff Writer…


Tagging student’s interests

By Evan Solano | Editor-in-Chief After a yearlong sabbatical, art professor Dyane Duffy has returned to both curate an art exhibit featuring former Citrus College art majors who continue to work in their medium, and to present ideas for new art courses. The exhibit titled “The Next Chapter” opened at the Hayden Memorial Library on Feb….

Rain predictions bring mudslide warning

By Evan Solano | Editor-in-Chief Glendora officials have raised the city’s mudslide alert from green to yellow for homes located within the Colby Fire Impact Area.  A yellow alert asks residents in the Impact Area to be mindful that there is a storm and conditions could change and be more intense than currently forecasted. Parking…


5.1 earthquake rattles L.A. region

Image from By Evan Solano | Editor-in-Chief A 5.1 magnitude earthquake was reported on Friday around one mile of La Habra, followed by almost 20 aftershocks and several foreshocks according to the U.S. Geological Survey. The swarm of earthquakes began at 8:03 p.m., when a 3.6 earthquake struck. That ended up being a foreshock of the…


BTBAM and Deafheaven live at The Glass House 3/12/14

Between The Buried And Me vocalist Tommy Rogers and guitarist Dusty Waring performing to a sold out show in Pomona on March 12 in support of the bands latest album “Parallax II: Future Sequence” out now on Metal Blade Records.  Photo by: Evan Solano/Clarion By Evan Solano | Editor-in-Chief Between the Buried and Me have hurtled on…