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35,000 Years of Information Technology WIST Guest Speaker: Dean Charlene Baldwin

November 12, 2014 by |

35,000 Years of Information Technology should actually be more like 700,000 years of information technology if we define information technology as a permanent and deliberate cultural expression developed by our innate drive to communicate with each other in the present and to leave something of ourselves and our thoughts for the future. Through this slide

No photo is out-of-bounds for soccer player

October 31, 2014 by |

You’ve probably seen that photo in the art gallery of the beat up shopping cart alone in a desolate alleyway and, like a lot of people thought, “This is art?” Meet the guy who not only thinks that’s art, he creates it with photos worth thousands of words and stories. He’s Chapman soccer player Daniel

Leatherby Libraries Homecoming Weekend a Success!

October 23, 2014 by |

Reflecting on Chapman’s Homecoming Weekend 2014, the Leatherby Libraries would like to thank all who attended our wonderful events and the families that visited Chapman University! The Leatherby Libraries was well-represented this year with several compelling talks and entertaining celebrations. Friday Both of our Friday lectures were well-attended and very successful. Most Mayan texts were

2014 Study Abroad Photo Contest Winners

September 29, 2014 by |

Every year, the Center for Global Education (CGE) has an annual photo contest where we invite study abroad participants from the previous academic year who participated in semester programs, faculty-led travel courses, and summer international internships to submit photos from their travels. We’ve all heard the saying a picture is worth a thousand words, but

15 reasons Pete the Panther is the best mascot ever

August 28, 2014 by |

Works out, good with kids, and a romantic? Sounds like the perfect guy. Our perfect guy to be exact. 1. Fitness is a priority. Yeah, he works out. 2. He photobombs… and owns it. 3. He takes naps because naps are awesome. 4. He wants YOU to support your fellow Panthers. 5. He and Charles Chapman are

Library Student Employees Make a Difference

July 30, 2014 by |

Chapman University student assistants are very important members of the Leatherby Libraries staff. The tasks they perform are critical to the efficient and successful operation of the libraries. Whether at a service desk, on the phone, or performing other tasks or projects, student employees are very important and appreciated. Meet our talented library student assistants and

Can you be Chappy for 100 days in a row?

June 11, 2014 by |

We’re proud to be Panthers 24/7 and we want to share our “Panther Pride” with you for the next 100 days. WHAT does this mean? Similar to #100HappyDays, we will be posting #100ChappyDays: photos of our campus, our history, and the Chapman Family that make us… (C)happy! Beginning Monday, June 9, follow us on Instagram to

Best Way to See Prague: Marathon

April 7, 2014 by |

There is always a multitude of ways to see a new city. You can walk through the city, sure. Take a tourist bus, maybe? Bikes are cool…if you’re good at dodging traffic. But why not run through the city? That’s how I wanted to see the sights of Prague when I decided to sign up

Everdream: Extending Collaboration Beyond the Classroom

March 17, 2014 by |

Using Disruption to Inspire the Creative Process A freeway car crash is not what you’d expect to help trigger a great car ad, especially one with a kid behind the wheel. But film alumnu and co-founder of Everdream Joe Sill ’13 along with co-CEO James Khabushani (a USC graduate team) and fellow Chapman University alumni found

On the Tour after Thirtysomething Years

February 21, 2014 by |

There are many chapters in my life at Chapman University, beginning with when it was still Chapman College, back in 1977, and I drove my orange VW bug up to the campus to see for myself if I’d like to come here. I really loved the campus, and the look of the old buildings –

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