Rising actor Brock Ciarlelli ‘15 applies analytical math skills to derive laughs on ABC’s hit sitcom.
The corruption scandal that rocked the city of Bell, Calif., landed its city manager in jail and led to stricter accountability of public servants at city halls throughout the state, will be the subject of
Those final exams were a memory, her diploma was in hand and a mild, gentle summer was unfolding outdoors. So where did a newly-minted alumnus spend
The wildcatters who harnessed untried technology to pull natural gas from dense shale deposits have revolutionized the energy industry in classic American style, says
TEDxChapmanU did it again. For the third consecutive year, Chapman University’s own independently organized TEDx event drew huge crowds to Memorial Hall and showcased a variety of
Celebrate the 50th anniversary of The Beatles’ Hollywood Bowl appearance, reunite with old friends and dance under the summer stars when Chapman University’s FREE Family-Friendly Summer Concert Series opens next month.
Thanks largely to growth in construction and improved consumer confidence, jobs in California and Orange County are expected to grow in 2015.
Student and faculty research exploring dancers’ health will be featured at international conference.
Wall Street Journal writer Gregory Zuckerman, author of The Frackers: The Outrageous Inside Story of the New Billionaire Wildcatters, will be honored with The Presidential Medal for Distinguished Contributions to Business Journalism and Writing on Monday, June 23.
An all-star Hollywood cast (and one famous newspaper columnist) lifted the play If All the Sky Were Paper, written by Chapman University’s Andrew Carroll and directed by Chapman’s John Benitz, to new heights recently. On June 9, the play, based on selected battlefront letters from the tens of thousands collected by Carroll, director of the