Articles by Haley Martinez


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Citrus College debuts mobile app

Students now have access to the Citrus Mobile App, which can be downloaded for free through the Apple Store and Google Play Store. Technology and Computer Services programmers Sean Osborn and Bryun Sakaye recently launched the app. This first phase has eleven modules, including links to Citrus online, student courses, a campus map, course catalogs,…

Pop Rock Showcase to feature hits of the ’90s

Citrus Visual and Performing Arts Department will present Pop Rock Showcase at 7 p.m. June 13 at the Haugh Performing Arts Center. The show will include music from the ‘90s, such as “Wanna Be,” “No Diggity,” “Say My Name,” “La Vida Loca,” “Say You’ll Be There,” “Mo Money Mo Problems” and many more. Bands from…

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Music department to come together for spring show

Citrus College choir and ensemble classes don’t all perform or practice together. However, at the Spring Music Concert, students get to show the audience, and each other, what they’ve been working on. The Spring Music Concert, starring the Citrus Singers, Concert Choir, Women’s Ensemble, the Vocal Ensemble and the Sierra Wind Symphony, will take place…

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Review: The “magic” of Hollywood fills the Haugh

Opening day proved to be magical for the Citrus Singers’ show-stopping Cinemagic, The Music of the Movies. Songs of old and new were well balanced throughout the show, entertaining all ages. Act one started off with a medley of songs from classic movies, like “Singin’ in the Rain” and “The Wizard of Oz.” My favorite…

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Class Pass Vote at End of Spring Semester

The time to vote for higher fees and a free bus pass has come. At the end of the spring semester, Citrus College students must vote on keeping, or getting rid of, the Foothill Transit Class Pass after a yearlong trial period. The Class Pass is a reusable, micro chipped sticker, that is adhered to…

Citrus Singers to perform contemporary and classic musical medleys

The Citrus Singers will present Cinemagic, The Music of the Movies, on May 13 and 14 at the Haugh Performing Arts Center. The show will include medleys from a variety of movie musicals, both contemporary and classic, including music from late composer Henry Mancini. With a total of 43 Citrus singers, each performer will have…

Sierra Wind Symphony goes Western

A jamboree of tall tales, frontier character stories, cowboy songs and classical symphonic representing the Wild Wild West is coming to Citrus College.  The Musical Adventure of the Wild Wild West, starring the Sierra Wind Symphony and the Citrus Concert Choir, will take place April 30 at the Haugh Performing Arts Center. The musical will…