The lasting impact of World War I to the art of improvisation will be among the featured topics at this year’s Town and Gown Lunch at the Forum series.
Chapman University continues its reign among the Top 10 universities in the western United States, according to the national rankings released by U.S. News & World Report on Tuesday, Sept. 9. Chapman held its position as #7 in the West out of 131 colleges and universities, increasing its lead slightly over the #8-ranked school, University
Due to popular demand, Chapman University will present two public screenings of the award-winning A Golden State of Mind: The Storytelling Genius of Huell Howser. The documentary film about the late California broadcasting icon by Jeff Swimmer, associate professor at Dodge College of Film and Media Arts, will screen on Saturday, Sept. 20, at 10:30
Chapman University President Jim Doti ran the Disneyland Half Marathon on Sunday, Aug. 31, and finished in the top five for his age category.
Big savings on 5K registration offered to Chapman community.
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.