This January Jacob Moncrief ’16 is attached to a walkie-talkie 13 hours a day. Cat McCaw ’15 is always counting the minutes. They are surrounded by nearly 100 students who hop at their every command. What could possibly be so urgent that keeps these students on high alert? Just the task of filming an original
The spring 2015 version of Chapman University’s John Fowles Literary Series, presented by the John Fowles Center for Creative Writing in Wilkinson College for the Humanities and Social Sciences, will focus on three noted authors from Bosnia and Herzegovina — Ajla Terzic, Muharem Bazdulj and Kenan Trebincevic — as well as on internationally acclaimed writers
It takes a Panther to fill the boots of new Power Ranger
Alumnus and his team gear up for Special Olympics World Games Los Angeles
Harjus Sethi, a senior who studies directing at Chapman University’s Dodge College of Film and Media Arts, was chosen by the Sikh American Legal Defense and Education Fund to ride on the first-ever Sikh American float at the Rose Parade.
Student research shines at annual fall semester Research Day
Alumnus Teren Shaffer ’09 has been selected as the 2014 First Prize winner of The American Prize in Conducting —band/wind ensemble division.
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
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