Articles by Javier Galaviz


Clarion staffers’ summer “Hot 10” lists

  As we approach the end of another semester we at the Clarion thought we’d use the final issue as an opportunity to give a little insight into the type of people who have been responsible for producing the paper within the past year. Since we are, after all, a group of individuals with unique…

Savvy spending

One of the best, inexpensive options during the hot summer months, no doubt, is a trip to the beach to bum out in the sand. But, before you know it, that free activity is compounded by a $20-30 gas cost, $6-20 to park, another $5-15 for food, and the expenses that any other indulgences may…

Capturing the moment

For those who have yet to visit the Hayden Memorial Library Gallery this winter, you’re almost out of time to check out this year’s photography installment, “A Moment In Time.” The exhibit certainly does not disappoint, as dozens of Citrus College students display their digital photography skills behind the lens and in the editing room….

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Photographers capture moments in time

Photography is described by Merriam-Webster, as “the art or process of producing images by the action of radiant energy… A technical procedure. The recording of images using light to expose sensitive surfaces.“ Sound scientific? That’s because it is. But there is another side to photography: the art aspect that is more apparent when an observer…

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Third year guard is vocal leader

“Go Kerry, Go, Go, Go…” screamed an Owl team mom from the stands of a men’s basketball game. “See. Now that’s what I’m talkin’ about,” she said as she nudged me to check out Kerry Carter’s excellent defensive hustle for a loose ball during a recent game. Seems normal enough, but what’s interesting about this…