No residence hall room is complete without something special from home. Along with bicycles, laptops and suitcases stuffed with clothes, the freshmen who make up the class of 2018 made sure to leave room for special or treasured belongings. We caught a few new students during busy move-in day activities on Tuesday morning as they
A critically-acclaimed film profiling the life and legacy of Lech Walesa, the shipyard worker who rose to become president of Poland, will be screened at Chapman University on Thursday, Sept. 18, in Beckman Hall 404 as part of an event celebrating the 25th anniversary of Polish democracy. Wałesa: Man of Hope, directed by Polish filmmaker
Chapman University will host a day-long conference and workshop titled Excellence in Journalism on Saturday, Sept. 6.
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Chapman professors help local science teachers bring science to life
Catch a glimpse of the class of 2018.
Marco Saglimbeni from San Jose, Calif., has been awarded the 2014 Casola Prize from the Patrons of Italian Culture. Saglimbeni is a University Honors Program student pursuing a degree in biological sciences with a minor in Italian studies. He hopes to attend medical school in the future. A dedicated Chapman soccer player of Italian
As the heat rises and high school athletes hit the fields this month for tough practices in heavy football gear, Chapman University researchers talk about heat illness prevention.
The Communication of Jealousy by Jennifer L. Bevan, Ph.D., associate professor in Chapman University’s Department of Communication Studies, has won
A theatrical production that started as a lark between two high school friends as they munched on burritos has won first place in