Posts by Dawn Bonker

Opening Convocation welcomes class of 2021 to the ‘Chapman Family’

August 23, 2017 by | News and Stories at Chapman

Chapman University welcomed its freshman class with words of wisdom, academic pageantry, fireworks and Panther traditions at its 2017 Opening Convocation Tuesday evening. For the 1,650 new students who filed onto Wilson Field, the occasion officially marked the beginning of their college careers and their entrance into the “Chapman family,” President Daniele C. Struppa said.

‘It Just Feels Like Home’ Chapman’s new Cross-Cultural Center welcomes students eager to bridge divides and foster inclusion.

May 26, 2017 by | Chapman Magazine

After the years of planning, after all those discussions and questions that started with “should” or “would” or “what if” and were freighted with serious thoughts, concerns and hopes about Chapman University’s new Cross-Cultural Center, there is a funny little thing going on that no one expected. Food appears. It’s not too mysterious. Leftovers happen

Now playing on Netflix — Chapman alumni 'Stranger Things' and 'Dear White People' aren't the only shows with Chapman connections

April 21, 2017 by | News and Stories at Chapman

There’s no question about it. Netflix is a great launch pad for Chapman University alumni and students building careers in the fast-growing business of streaming media and video-on-demand entertainment. This month Netflix debuts Dear White People, a sharp and funny series about race relations at a posh East Coast campus, written and created by Justin

An Upside Down Celebration "Stranger Things" creators Matt and Ross Duffer ’07 will be honored during both nights of Chapman Celebrates.

March 11, 2017 by | Chapman Magazine

The second season of the runaway Netflix hit Stranger Things will be released in time for Halloween, and we know that hardcore fans of the spooky series created by Matt and Ross Duffer ’07 are already planning a weeklong binge fest. But here’s a little something Stranger Things fans will want to add to their calendars

Virtual Skin and Bones Touch-screen technology removes dread from dissection.

March 11, 2017 by | Chapman Magazine

With a swipe of his hand, Professor Frank Frisch uncovers the inner workings of a human body. Skin and muscles disappear from the cadaver before him, and his students marvel at the skeletal structure instantly revealed. “Remarkable, isn’t it?” says Frisch, Ph.D. His students respond with nods and appreciative murmurs. Soon they, too, join the

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