After crisscrossing the globe as one of 11 teams on ‘The Amazing Race,’ alumni say they are one mighty duo.
A dramatic photo display showcasing the work of a photojournalist killed while covering the civil war in Syria has opened in Doy and Dee Henley Reading Room of Leatherby Libraries
Novelist Allan Gurganis, author of the bestselling Oldest Living Confederate Widow Tells All, will open WordTheatre: Giving Voice to Great Writing series when it returns to Chapman University on Monday, Sept. 22
The president of the Academy of Motion Pictures Arts and Sciences has been named the fall 2014 O.L. Halsell Filmmaker-in-Residence.
A film profiling the life and legacy of Lech Walesa will screen at Chapman University Thursday, Sept. 18.
Chapman University will host a day-long conference and workshop titled Excellence in Journalism on Saturday, Sept. 6.
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 descent,
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
A bit of scholarly Monday morning quarterbacking by a Chapman University student has helped shed some insight into the role television advertising played in the 2012 presidential race.