Articles by John Michaelides

John Michaelides is the editor-in-chief of the Clarion. He is a communications major who hopes to transfer to Cal State Fullerton next year. John loves Disneyland, Star Wars, Marvel, "The Office," the Rams and Lakers.


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Improved offense readies for conference play

The Citrus College men’s soccer team begins conference play this week after starting the season off 2-4-3 outside of the conference. Though the Owls have only won two of its contests and had to settle for three ties, the offense has shown improvement in the early-going of the season. Citrus has scored 17 goals through…

Review: First thing to do this summer? Rescue the Guardians

With spring semester coming to an end, some students will take summer classes. Others will take a break from school to free up time for the things they put off during the semester. No matter how students will spend their summer, the first thing they should do is head to Disney’s California Adventure and ride…

A renaissance of fashion

A year after exploring the avant garde world of fashion, the Citrus College Cosmetology Department will take this year’s hair show back to the early 1800s. The annual hair show, which also is a contest among cosmetology and esthetician students, will be at 7 p.m., May 30 at the Haugh Performing Arts Center. The show…

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Fighting Owls Become Golden Eagles

After a 24-7 campaign and third round finish for the Citrus College men’s basketball team, four players earned scholarships to continue playing basketball at the university level. Kenneth Cyprian, sophomore guard, and freshman forward Khalil Williams earned scholarships and will transfer to California State University, Los Angeles. “To begin a new chapter in my life…

Transfer fair attracts neighboring and out-of-state schools

Schools such as Cal State University, Fullerton, Cal State University, Long Beach and Azusa Pacific University were on hand to talk to students about transferring March 15 in the Campus Center Mall. Students had the opportunity to speak with representatives from about 30 colleges and universities. Notable schools not in attendance were University of California,…