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.


Broadway singers to perform cabaret-style sing-along

The Citrus Visual and Performing Arts Department will take the stage for its spring production with a Broadway sing-along at 2 p.m. and 8 p.m. Nov. 5 at the Haugh Performing Arts Center. With a cabaret-style setting to the show complete with refreshments, the sing-along will bring the performers and audience together. “It’s a combination…


Review: Strong performance from strong voices

The Citrus Theatre Arts Department’s annual showcase delivered two hours of entertaining original works from students on the opening night of Emerging American Voices Oct. 15 inside the Little Theatre. This year’s showcase was special, with all three original plays written by female screenwriters with three female directors and three female main characters. Each play…


Big plays too much to overcome for Owls

With both teams coming in with identical records of 3-2 and each playing its first conference game, Citrus College and Antelope Valley College knew they needed big plays. Antelope Valley got them. The Marauders defeated the Fighting Owls 38-30 in a game that was decided by a couple extra big plays for the visitors Oct….


Hit Men bring their legend to the Haugh

With the fall underway at the Haugh Performing Arts Center, five legendary music performers are making a one-time visit. The Hit Men, a quintet of musicians, vocalists and composers, will perform live at 2 p.m. Oct. 9 at the Haugh Performing Arts Center. The Hit Men were founded in 2010 by musician Lee Shapiro, but…


Next on the line: Monrovia

With transportation to Los Angeles only footsteps away with the completion of the Citrus Avenue extension to the Gold Line, discovering what cities have to offer along the way has never been easier. Monrovia is one of the cities to explore along the Gold Line. An easy 10-minute trip from the Citrus/APU station to the…


Sports facilities serve community

With several renovations to sports facilities completed in the past decade, Citrus College has become a popular venue for schools around the area. “From the beginning of August to the beginning of December, we’re packed,” facility rentals supervisor Judy Rojas said. Citrus Stadium, which has a 10,000-seat capacity, attracts high schools looking for a bigger…