Did you miss this year’s Annual Holiday Wassail Concert? No worries. Share in the tradition by tuning into KCET and other public television stations
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.
The “Warm Winter Wishes” Staff and Holiday Party planned for Tuesday, Dec. 23, at 9 a.m. is going to be a blast of fun. But before the festivities can begin, the worker bees in Event Management need a head count. So be sure to RSVP to reserve a seat and an entry into the prize
Chapman and City of Orange get ready to put out the welcome mat for Special Olympics.
Students go to the dogs for a little moral support before finals week.
Chapman University will serve as the host venue — and the City of Orange as the official Host Town — for more than 200 international athletes and coaches competing in Special Olympics World Games Los Angeles in July 2015. You’re cordially invited to attend the Orange Host Town announcement event on Thursday, Dec. 11, 10
Students line up for Language Tables, a program that brings faculty and students together to break bread and polish up their conversational skills in world languages.
At 4 p.m. on Tuesday, Dec. 9, Connor Traut ’16 will be sworn in as one of the newly elected members of the board of trustees for the Centralia Elementary School District. And one of the first changes Traut hopes to make as a fledgling school board member is to change that 4 p.m. start
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