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Chapman Panthers & the Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure

July 17, 2014 by | Student Voices

One in every eight women suffers from breast cancer. Susan G. Komen is the largest breast cancer organization in the world and currently funds more research for the cause than any other non-profit organization. Since Komen is such a leader in making an impact, I ask all Chapman students who also want to make a

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A Day in the Life of a Flex MBA

July 3, 2014 by | Student Voices

Since 2007, Chapman University been my home away from home. My name is Loren Diaz (’11) and I live in the city of Orange, work full-time with the Center for Global Education and go to school part-time at the George L. Argyros School of Business and Economics. Why Chapman? It’s no surprise I chose Chapman University’s Flex MBA program. After

Learning lessons in entrepreneurship with Rovio Entertainment in Helsinki, Finland

Argyros MBAs in Scandinavia For International Business Travel Course

June 12, 2014 by | Student Voices

The Chapman University “Business in Scandinavia” course has come to an end, and what a trip it has been. Traveling across much of Sweden and Finland for two weeks, we have gained unique insights into the rapidly growing high-tech business environment of Scandinavia while learning about local culture, making professional contacts, and developing and deepening

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MBA at Sea

May 30, 2014 by | Student Voices

On a beautiful Friday afternoon, MBA students at the Argyros School set sail for one of the program’s main annual traditions – MBA at Sea! 60 students gathered on a two-deck cruise in Newport Beach with plans to spend four hours sailing, taking in stunning views, enjoying delicious appetizers and listening to great music. After

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Angels, The Catch, & Working Wardrobes

April 18, 2014 by | Student Voices

The MBA Association threw together yet another successful event this past Saturday at the Angels Tailgate and Game. The event sold out and there was a perfect blend of student, alumni, and faculty in attendance. To top it off, the game even went into extra innings! There was a slight spin on this event in comparison to