President Jim Doti writes about the experience of running the 2014 Boston Marathon one year after the Boston bombing in the current issue of Marathon and Beyond magazine.
Sheryl Bourgeois, Ph.D., executive vice president for university advancement at Chapman University, has received the prestigious John Grenzebach Award.
Class of 2018 welcomed with rousing words of advice, fireworks and a call to seize the next four years with gusto.
No residence hall room is complete without something special from home. Along with bicycles, laptops and suitcases stuffed with clothes, the freshmen who make up the class of 2018 made sure to leave room for special or treasured belongings. We caught a few new students during busy move-in day activities on Tuesday morning as they
Catch a glimpse of the class of 2018.
Chapman University’s Department of Public Safety is partnering with the Clery Center for Campus Safety, FEMA and the Minger Foundation to bring a unique fire safety program to campus.
This year’s Jim, Jerry and Marla’s Black and White Film Festival will celebrate journalists of yore with a
Among the new parking options for Chapman University staff, faculty and commuter students this fall will be
Looking for a way to get more regular exercise into your life and dollars into your wallet?
Ken Murai, director of campus design at Chapman University, has been elected