As is tradition, there will be many ways to celebrate the season Chapman University style, from a spectacular party in Attallah Piazza to quiet meditation at Fish Interfaith Center. Among the highlights are: Winterfest, Thursday, Dec. 4, beginning at 5 p.m. in Attallah Piazza. This free community event features live performances of seasonal music by
More than 150 guests experienced the intense honesty of Sarbpreet Singh’s play Kultar’s Mime, the first play ever performed in Chapman’s Leatherby Libraries, and an emotional opening to the annual Sikhlens Art and Film Festival. The festival is a showcase for Sikhs from all over the world to join the conversation and celebration of their
On top of the critical acclaim that has greeted his inaugural feature film, Justin Simien ’05 can now add two major award nominations. Simien’s satirical debut release Dear White People was nominated in the category of best first feature by the Film Independent Spirit Awards, it was announced Tuesday, Nov. 25. The other films up
A dream 20-years in the making – since Chapman University brought football back to campus in 1994 after a 62-year hiatus – became reality this season as the Panthers reached the grand stage of the Division III football world.
The final outcome wasn’t what Chapman fans hoped for, but watching Panther football bring home Chapman University’s first SCIAC championship and NCAA Division III playoff berth was a ride worth watching. The Panthers fell, 55-24, to Linfield College in Oregon this weekend. Complete game coverage is available at Chapman Athletics.
Just when you kind of thought you didn’t have to try to understand that pesky bitcoin business again, the online currency sneaks back onto the scene. Thank Black Friday shopping for that. Or rather, Bitcoin Black Friday. Now in its third year, Bitcoin Black Friday is the creation of business major Jon Holmquist ’15. Basically,
The stories behind those trinkets, artworks and mementos in faculty offices won’t show up on their CVs. But the things faculty collect help us see another side of their academic lives. This month in Office Ours we ask why Associate Professor Claudine Jaenichen keeps a poster of Wonder Woman in her office. Hang on for
Giselle Blondet, popular Latina actress, TV host and author, will give a talk based on her new book, Tengo 50…Y que? (I’m 50…So What?) at Librería Martínez de Chapman University on Thursday, Dec. 11, from 6 to 8 p.m., followed by a book signing. Books will be on sale beginning Dec. 9 and at the
Give thanks – and feast – on Thanksgiving, brave the stores on Black Friday and find those online bargains on Cyber Monday. Then consider the Chapman Fund for that relatively new holiday tradition – #GivingTuesday. Begun in 2012, #GivingTuesday is all about taking a moment to support charitable organizations with contributions that make a positive
Trustee Marion Knott, one of Chapman University’s greatest supporters, passed away Thursday, Nov. 13. In the following letter to the campus community, President Jim Doti reflects on her legacy at Chapman and beyond.