Articles by Michael Quintero

2nd semester with the clarion. Michael is a photographer, designer and writer.


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Men’s Basketball Dominate Home Tournament

Men’s basketball improve their record to 10-2 after sweeping the Citrus Invitational from Friday, Dec. 1 through Sunday, Dec. 3. Point guard Jeremy Smith, came through again making two clutch free throws in the last seconds of the third game to beat Cuesta College 89-86. Smith has turned into a team leader in this hot…

A Christmas Swan Song: Singers bid director farewell

Past and present vocal music students  students harmonized together for “Songs of Christmas” on Dec. 2 at the Haugh Performing Arts Center. “Songs of Christmas,” a combination performance of the Citrus College Sierra Wind Symphony and Citrus Vocal Music Students, was the last performance directed by directed by professor Martin Green before his retires at…

Owls edge out win in heated battle

Citrus College men’s basketball defeated the Cañada College Colts, 101-89, Friday, Dec. 1 for game one of the Citrus Invitational at Citrus College. With just under 10 seconds to play, sophomore Antony Navarette of Cañada College got physical with sophomore Kyle Gray, ending with a technical foul and benches almost rushing the floor. The altercation…

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Political science professor wins best online reference work

In elementary school, most children believe that their teachers are robot-like creatures who eat, sleep and exist only within the confines of their classroom. This misconception seems to follow students throughout their education, as they often struggle to connect professor to personal. Gerhard Peters shatters this elementary school mindset by bringing reality and personality to…

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Owls’ hot streak continues

Sophomore twins Joel and Noel Rosales combined for three goals in a 3-1 Citrus win against  Glendale College Vaqueros on Oct. 17 at Citrus College. The Owls came out aggressive in the first half, scoring three goals. Right out the gate in the fifth minute Joel Rosales received an assist from Sergio Gonzalez, and lead…

Review: After-hours at the racetrack

Only at the 626 Night Market can you find gourmet food vendors, live music, artists, activists and crafts. The 626 Night Market is held on four separate weekends during the summer at Santa Anita Park in Arcadia. Over 80 food vendors were present. Chick n’ Skin, Sumo Dog and Cajun House were a few vendors…

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Review: Racing through the carnival

Children were let free to play while adults gambled on horses at Santa Anita racetrack on May 28. Santa Anita held its annual Memorial Day Carnival from May 27 through 29. Children rode unlimited rides for $10. Aside from rides, carnival games and food trucks were located throughout the north side of the race track….

Movement is Medicine – Be Perfect Foundation spreads paralysis awareness.

Walking is a gift, and in a split second this gift can be taken away. Be Perfect was created to gift back. Hal Hargrave Jr, founder of Be Perfect, is living with paralysis. Be Perfect is an organization in Claremont providing support for people living with paralysis. Hargrave was on his way to play baseball…