Today, more than any time, arguably, since the Great Depression, the prospects for improved housing outcomes are dimming for both the American middle and working classes. We need to develop a sense of urgency about the growing problem.
Creative writing major Jessica Fry ’15 shares her idea of home.
Severiano Garza ’12 is sharing stories of people experiencing homelessness and creating portraits that he hopes will “encourage people to look at one of our nation’s most relevant problems in a deeper way.”
Thoughts of home usually come delivered in sensory packages — the smell of a baking pastry, the sight of a backyard oak tree, the feel of clean sheets against the skin — and for me, as a child, this wordless impression came from a sound.
Alexa Leigh Corbett ’15 discovered the beauty of language, and words became her sanctuary.
Chapman nestles into the community it calls home, helping to foster an academic village.
Over the years, Old Towne Orange residents have made their peace with a diverse parade of people in the city that Chapman University calls home. How those Old Towne residents learned to coexist reveals both bitter and sweet chapters of the region’s history.
Research led by Professor Laura Glynn explores how pregnancy restructures the brain and how maternal influence helps shape young lives.
As the director of global enterprise for jewelry-making business Sasa Designs, Megan MacDonald ’02 helps hearing-impaired women in Kenya join the global marketplace.
Ryan Odenwalder (J.D. ’09) was one of the top students at Chapman University’s Dale E. Fowler School of Law. Although a car accident ended his life in April 2010, his legacy lives on through the Ryan L. Odenwalder Endowed Memorial Scholarship.