Articles by Hannah Walleck

Communications major and first year staff writer for the Citrus College Clarion who loves to cover sporting events.


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Women’s water polo goes pink for October

Although the Owls have a 7-6 record this season, Citrus women’s water polo head coach Jennifer Spalding said the team is playing much better than their record shows. “When you look at our record, it looks like we’re not doing very good, but we’re losing to the top teams in the state and we’re only…

Blue Note Orchestra performs on Grammy winner’s 21st album

Thanks to Dean of Fine and Performing Arts Robert Slack, the Citrus Blue Note Orchestra contributed to grammy winner Melissa Manchester’s 21st album “The Fellas.” Manchester recently released her newest album in early September, starring the Citrus College Blue Note Orchestra. The Blue Note Orchestra is a 20-piece band of current Citrus students and past…

Lockdown drill helps campus prepare for emergency

At 10:05 a.m. on Sept. 28, Citrus had a mandatory lockdown drill to improve how the college handles emergency situations. Campus Safety supervisor, Benjamin Macias, who was in charge of directing and organizing the drill said simulating a lockdown drill is required by the law. “It’s now a federal and state requirement to have a…

Friendship and art brings trio together

Though photography professor Amanda Keller Konya has only been a faculty member for a year, she is influencing the visual arts community on campus. Konya welcomed Carolyn Buck Vosburgh and Sandy Abrams and their art to Citrus College. Konya worked with both artists when all three worked at Brentwood Schools. Abrams taught sculpting, Buck Vosburgh…

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A ‘Haugh’ new world

The hot summer months did not stop the Visual and Performing Arts department from presenting “Aladdin Jr.” on July 28 and 29 at the Haugh Performing Arts Center. The Haugh was filled with college and high school students who are a part of the Citrus Summer Conservatory.  This program is designed for student participants to…

Review: Performance filled mediocre melodies

Instead of watching the highly anticipated “Wonder Woman” film on opening night, a slew of family and friends arrived at the Haugh Performing Arts Center for an enjoyable evening as they supported their loved ones. On June 2, the Citrus College Visual and Performing Arts department hosted the 2017 Spring Music Concert. Five groups shared…

Actors deliver strong, emotional production

In October 1998 in Laramie, Wyoming, a 21-year-old’s life was cut short. However, through theatre, his legacy lives on. Citrus’ Theater Arts Department performed “The Laramie Project” on May 12, 13, 19, 20 and 21 inside the Little Theatre. Directed by Kari Hayter, 13 students covered 92 accounts of interviews from Laramie. Sophomore actor Nathan…

Review: The full company gets in For-motion!

A night filled with a variety of music from Kendrick Lamar to music from the motion picture “La La Land,” Motion! had the audience cheering for more. The Citrus College Dance Department presented Motion! 2017, a dance concert students and faculty choreographed and designed. The Full Company, also known as student dancers, kicked off the…

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Preview: Motion! – Dancers dazzle front and center

Motion!, an exciting and energetic performance by the Citrus Visual and Performing Arts Department, will take center stage at 7 p.m. May 19 and 2 p.m. May 20 at the Haugh Performing Arts Center. Motion! is a student and faculty-run production consisting of 19 dance numbers that show unique choreography and impressive moves. Thirty students…