Professor Lia Halloran and her Chapman students go old-school exploring at the modern nexus of art and science.
In a town that often abounds with partisan bickering, policy advocate Katie Vlietstra Wonnenberg ’03 builds relationships that cross divides.
That question inspires a new Chapman research project that’s bringing the wide range of U.S. anxiety into sharper focus.
For starters, Justin Simien ’05 wants his breakthrough feature film to make you laugh. But he also hopes to start a serious conversation.
His bubbly, irresistible photos of underwater dogs made Seth Casteel ’03 an international phenomenon two years ago, and also gave “Chapman Magazine” its most popular cover ever. With his latest release, “Underwater Puppies,” Casteel returns to Chapman to share his story with fellow alumni and friends.
Six months ago I came across Pico Iyer’s TED 2013 talk titled “Where is home?” A big fan of Pico Iyer myself after reading his book The Man Within My Head, I could not resist spending 15 minutes of my time indulging his thoughts about the idea of home. As someone who finds herself often
Various members of the Chapman community reflect on “home” — whatever that is and whatever that conjures.
Mary Ellen (Zimmerman) Barnes ’50, an English graduate, describes her first evening in her new home on the Chapman campus, which in 1946 was on Vermont Avenue in Los Angeles.
Ash Stockemer ’14 says to California: “I want to give you my memories, and I want you to nod and understand me.”
Pico Iyer, a Distinguished Presidential Fellow at Chapman University, explores the new meanings of home in our mobile world.