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Dawn Bonker

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Make way for the Millennials, the latest “greatest generation,” and get ready for them to make some noise

February 19, 2014 by | Features

Millennials are polite, yes, but in the decades to come this crew is also going to rattle the cages, shake the timbers and be the straw that stirs the cultural, political and economic drink. They’re collaborative, ethnically diverse, socially tolerant and tech savvy. Like their great-grandparents in the G.I. generation (a.k.a. greatest generation), they’re optimistic and dedicated to the common good. Millennials can move mountains with a tweet, condemn a politician overnight with a social media scolding and shame corporations with a boycott that can go viral within hours.

Former Chapman roommates Loretta Sanchez ’82 and Kathy McCarrell ’81 enjoy Commencement 2013, where McCarrell received the Harmon Wilkinson Award.
Photo by Jeanine Hill.

Panther in the House: Loretta Sanchez ’82

October 2, 2013 by | Alumni

WEB EXCLUSIVE: #ChapmanStories video.
From her upset victory in 1996 to her current senior status, U.S. Rep. Loretta Sanchez ’82 pursues her passions for security on home soil, equality for women in the military and a healthy start for children in need.