By Sarah Van Zanten ’11 “I never thought I would be up at 4 in the morning, sitting in my pajamas at the kitchen table, hours past exhaustion, working on a William Shatner music video,” said Daniel Bury ’11. But there he was on his trusty laptop, manipulating the mouth of Capt. Kirk himself,
If you see a blur of musicians dashing by, it just might be the Chapman Chamber Orchestra. The Chapman University group, under the direction of Daniel Alfred Wachs, assistant professor and director of instrumental studies, has had an especially busy semester. Most recently the orchestra performed at the Orange county Museum of Art as part
We don’t want to cause any panic attacks here, but everything you need to know can’t be found with a quick Google search – especially for academic research. To prove our point we recommend a helpful essay written by the assistant to the dean for communications and external relations at Leatherby Libraries and published
A discussion of the potential design plans for a new science center will be the topic of the next “Future of Chapman Town Hall Meeting” from 1 to 2 p.m. Friday, March 30, in Beckman Hall 104. In addition to presenting results of a feasibility plan, Kris Olsen, vice president of campus planning and operations,
With readings, music and reflections from multiple faith traditions, Chapman University formally installed the Rev. Gail Stearns, Ph.D., as dean of the Fish Interfaith Center, Wallace All Faiths Chapel, on Monday, March 26, in a ceremony shaped by interfaith celebration. Speaking to an audience that included students and Orange County clergy, guest speaker Varun Soni,
For the fourth year in a row Chapman University’s Dance Team won first place at the USA Collegiate National Championships held March 18-19 at the Anaheim Convention Center. They are the 2012 Divisions II & III Open Dance Champions. The team was led by Alicia Okouchi-Guy, assistant professor, Department of Dance, who said the parents
Judging by the remarkable success of the annual Leatherby Libraries Used Book Sale held March 15-16, you all must have your heads buried deep in books. So we’ll interrupt for just a moment to report that the sale netted slightly more than $3,000. Leatherby Libraries thanks everyone who donated to and shopped at the sale.
A globally recognized business leader and one of Chapman University’s most ardent supporters, Donald P. Kennedy passed away March 24. He was 93. The generosity and leadership of Kennedy and his wife of 65 years, Dorothy, can be seen throughout the Chapman campus. Their key support helped create the Chapman University School of Law, which
Communications studies major ’12 Jamie Krispel ‘12 was awarded a Michael Jund Sports Media Scholarship Award by the Los Angeles Kings recently. The $1,000 scholarship is given to students working in sports communications and exemplify the work ethic and spirit of the Kings’ late media assistant, Michael Jund. Krispel is currently an intern for the
The Chapman University women’s water polo team scored six unanswered goals over the final 6:40 in the game to defeat visiting Caltech 15-6 at the Allred Olympic Pool on Saturday morning. The win gives the Panthers their first three-game winning streak of the season and Chapman has now won five of its last six games.