Wear your cool cat Chapman Panther gear and join us for timeless doo-wop classics and the zany banter of the Alley Cats
This fall Chapman University’s College of Performing Arts welcomes the return of world-renowned pianist and Presidential Fellow Jeffrey Siegel for an engaging two-concert performance of
Katherine “Liz” Ficken ’11 has been awarded a Fulbright U.S. Student Program grant to the Slovak Republic for
“An army marches on its stomach,” Napoleon Bonaparte is believed to have said. He must have seen this
A hard-hat tour through the construction site of the $78 million arts temple offers an inside look at progress on the Musco Center.
Rising actor Brock Ciarlelli ‘15 applies analytical math skills to derive laughs on ABC’s hit sitcom.
The corruption scandal that rocked the city of Bell, Calif., landed its city manager in jail and led to stricter accountability of public servants at city halls throughout the state, will be the subject of
Those final exams were a memory, her diploma was in hand and a mild, gentle summer was unfolding outdoors. So where did a newly-minted alumnus spend
Student and faculty research exploring dancers’ health will be featured at international conference.
An all-star Hollywood cast (and one famous newspaper columnist) lifted the play If All the Sky Were Paper, written by Chapman University’s Andrew Carroll and directed by Chapman’s John Benitz, to new heights recently. On June 9, the play, based on selected battlefront letters from the tens of thousands collected by Carroll, director of the