Articles by Stephen Im

Stephen is a communications major who will transfer to Cal Poly Pomona in fall 2017. This is Stephen's third semester as part of the Clarion staff. Though he is a former Opinions Editor, Stephen enjoys covering Owls teams sports and and covering news around Citrus College.


Laying out a new image

Citrus has been hit by the retirement bug the last 12 months. Desks cleared out, empty walls, name placards vacant. However, three new hires began to fill the void left by their predecessors. The external and government relations department welcomed Tom Dellner as the new executive director and Doug Schultz as digital communication and publications…

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Men’s golf bows out at Regionals

For the second straight year, the men’s golf team earned a spot in the postseason.  And in as many years, the season finished with the team on the outside looking in for a chance to play for a state title. The Owls team score of 799 at the SoCal Regional Championships placed them last among…

Gold line parking structure overflows

Metro Gold Line patrons looking to park and ride will face consequences if they park in the Citrus College parking lots, moving forward. The APU/Citrus Metro station’s parking structure, which often fills by 7 a.m., does not match the need a terminus requires. The former terminus at Sierra Madre Villa station in Pasadena has 841…

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Regional spot up for grabs in final event

The Citrus men’s golf team will head into the Western States Conference finals event on May 1 and 2 needing to finish ahead of Glendale College for a postseason berth. A combination of mediocre team results and inconsistent scores from the bottom half of the team have put the Owls in a tight race for…

Men’s golf looks to finish strong in conference

Since hosting the Western States Conference Citrus event on March 17, the Citrus men’s golf team has competed in two events, placing third in the WSC SoCal Regional Preview and fourth in WSC Santa Barbara event. Sophomore James Bragger has finished the last three events as the Owls’ lowest scorer, including a two-over 74 at…

A goodbye to Citrus and hello to retirement

With 25 years of combined service to Citrus College’s technology department, Linda Welz and Glenna Johnson will retire this spring. Welz, who serves as the chief information services officer, bid farewell on March 18 and will now mark the period in her life when she can start to knock off her list of 50 things…

Review: Big band jazz duel slams center stage

The duel between Azusa Pacific University and Citrus College wasn’t for musical supremacy, rather, the night was a showcase of the talented student jazz musicians this community has to offer. The 13th rendition of the Battle of The Big Bands between the APU Jazz Ensemble and Citrus’ Blue Note Orchestra took place on March 17…

Despite Bragger’s under-par performance, Owls fall short on home turf

The Citrus College men’s golf team had the comfort of playing their home course March 13 at the Citrus Western State Conference event but their team score fell short of victory.  The Owls placed third out of the eight schools competing, shooting a team score of 381. First place Ventura College shot a team score…