Chapman University is headed to the East Coast! Alumni in the New York City area are invited to join us at the beautiful New York Palace Hotel for a special reception to welcome incoming freshmen and their families to the Chapman Family and network with fellow alumni, Chapman parents, friends of the University and more.
Casey Belsly Kane, B.S. biology ’07, is like a multifaceted diamond — she shines in the sciences, in teaching and in writing. She recently combined her talents in these areas (and her Chapman student experience) to write Changed, the first installment in a young adult book series. Here, Casey shares her inspiration behind her novel and her career. Tell us
Alumni with backgrounds in film, law and business came together for the third annual Alumni Entertainment Industry Mixer April 29 at Tiato restaurant in Lionsgate Entertainment headquarters in Santa Monica. Equipped with business cards and open minds, graduates from Dodge College of Film and Media Arts, Dale E. Fowler School of Law, and George L. Argyros
Taneeka Bourgeois-daSilva, M.A. criminal justice ’03, graduated from Chapman with the intent of working in law or juvenile justice. However, after a close friend of hers encouraged her to apply for a teaching position in Los Angeles, Bourgeois-daSilva unexpectedly discovered her love and passion for teaching. Twelve years later, Bourgeois-daSilva is not only an accomplished English
Fellow Panthers, We are fast on our way to graduation! Every May, it amazes me just how quickly another year has gone by and how much further away from my Chapman experience I am. As the years pass, I read the stories of the newest alumni who graduate and go on to do amazing things. From
As we flip our calendars to March, many job seekers begin to set their focus on career fairs that promise to be, at the very least, a whirlwind of information from companies of all sizes and industries. Chapman University’s MORE Career Expo on Wednesday, March 11 will include more than sixty companies recruiting for jobs at various levels.
Kat McIver ’07 believes in following her dreams. So when she and partner Angie Evans developed their “pop-up coffee shop” at farmers’ markets around Long Beach, Calif., the couple embraced the adventure. Wide Eyes Open Palms, a name as intriguing as the locally sourced coffee and handmade pastries they serve, originally started as their “side project” to
Weeks of practice in parking garages and empty lots, hours of bonding with your sorority sisters and fraternity brothers over costumes, props and dance steps, and in less than ten minutes your time under the spotlight is over. Whether you experienced Skit as a part of Greek Week, and performed in front of a hundred people
Between 2009 and 2013, I had the pleasure of attending Chapman University during times of great change and growth. The students of this era received larger financial aid packages, fancier facilities, and a new pool as to eliminate any question that they were in a place that cared for all their wishes. All needs were met
Saturday, January 24, 2015 was a great day for me; the weather was beautiful, and I, along with former referee Rich Riley and a wonderful crowd of spectators, saw our 15th ranked Chapman University Panther basketball team handily defeat the University of Redlands Bulldogs by a score of 83-63 at the Harold Hutton Sports Center.