The joy that TV legend Huell Howser shared with generations of Californians infuses a new permanent exhibit to be housed in Chapman University’s Leatherby Libraries. “That’s Amazing! Thirty Years of Huell Howser and California’s Gold” opens to the public Saturday, March 29.
It’s all over the media: The most sought-after item of the 21st century, especially for women, is the gay accessory.
Lara Spencer, lifestyle anchor for “Good Morning America” and author of “I Brake for Yard Sales,” encourages fans to hunt out secondhand treasures during a talk at Chapman’s Big Orange Book Festival (BOB).
The Chapman Magazine “Bookshelf” spotlights Chapman University faculty who have been published. The list below originally appeared in the winter 2014 issue of Chapman Magazine. TRAIN: RIDING THE RAILS THAT CREATED THE MODERN WORLD – FROM THE TRANS-SIBERIAN TO THE SOUTHWEST CHIEF (Viking) By Tom Zoellner, professor of English This is a rousing around-the-world paean
For a breakthrough that helps explain universal mysteries, Francois Englert wins the 2013 Nobel Prize in physics, speeding the rise of Chapman’s Institute for Quantum Studies.
Philip A. Quigley ’13 is preparing for a career in government, helping to shape American policies on threat management and emergency preparedness.
A landmark $55 million gift from Dale E. Fowler ’58 and his wife, Sarah Ann, creates “a new trajectory for our law school that will lead to real prominence,” President Doti says.
Munira Akhunzada and Shamsi Maqsoudi are back in their native Afghanistan now, advocating for clients and for change in their homeland’s legal system. But their impact on the Chapman University Dale E. Fowler School of Law is still being felt.
Crean School’s innovative Stroke Boot Camp helps stroke survivors take steps toward recovery.
Toby Juffre Goode writes about facing her fears — in more ways than one — and how her meeting Pulitzer Prize winner Anna Quindlen almost turned into an unexpected limo ride.