As is tradition, there will be many ways to celebrate the season Chapman University style, from a spectacular party in Attallah Piazza to quiet meditation at Fish Interfaith Center. Among the highlights are: Winterfest, Thursday, Dec. 4, beginning at 5 p.m. in Attallah Piazza. This free community event features live performances of seasonal music by
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
Give thanks – and feast – on Thanksgiving, brave the stores on Black Friday and find those online bargains on Cyber Monday. Then consider the Chapman Fund for that relatively new holiday tradition – #GivingTuesday. Begun in 2012, #GivingTuesday is all about taking a moment to support charitable organizations with contributions that make a positive
Trustee Marion Knott, one of Chapman University’s greatest supporters, passed away Thursday, Nov. 13. In the following letter to the campus community, President Jim Doti reflects on her legacy at Chapman and beyond.
A cornucopia of Sikh films, music, food, dancing and art are planned for the annual three-day Sikhlens Arts and Film Festival opening this week at Chapman University’s Dodge College of Film and Media Arts.
More than 50 faculty researchers shared their work and discussed available undergraduate research opportunities at Chapman University’s annual Faculty Research Expo
As the nation remembers our military heroes on Veterans Day, November 11, Chapman University will commemorate their courage and service with two events, one on campus and the other in the Orange community. First, the acclaimed poet Lorene Delany Ullman, author of the prose poem collection Camouflage for the Neighborhood, will give a talk on
The late Professor Marv Meyer was fond of intoning in his sonorous voice that the massive bronze sculpture of Dr. Albert Schweitzer sitting at the steps of Argyros Forum was “the biggest and the baaadest bust” on campus. It still is. And now Chapman University’s Albert Schweitzer Collection, an assemblage of memorabilia and papers once
Town & Gown at Chapman University has planned three dynamic faculty presentations for the spring semester as part of its 2014-2015 on-campus Lunch at the Forum series. Save these Thursdays for: Feb. 5, Theresa R. Dudeck, Ph.D., Department of Theatre, “Just Improvise: Applying Theatre Tools to Work and Life.” March 5, Julye Bidmead, Ph.D., Department of Religious
Reflections on the Berlin Wall sparks memories of Cold War drama and insight into a new generation’s hopefulness.