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Dawn Bonker

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How You Can Help Victims of California Fires For now, out-of-area people should stay put and offer financial donations if they're able, say faculty who study disaster recovery.

November 12, 2018 by | News and Stories at Chapman

The fires keep coming, along with heartbreaking images of lives, homes and communities destroyed. So it’s understandable that well-meaning people want to launch a clothing drive, collect shoes or dash to the communities to lend a hand. But don’t do it. At least not yet, say Chapman University faculty who teach and study the best

Chapman Pharmacist Urges People to Get Flu Shots On the 100th anniversary of the 1918 flu pandemic, don't underestimate this formidable bug, Professor Goad says.

October 11, 2018 by | News and Stories at Chapman

The 2017-2018 flu season was brutal, led to more than 80,000 U.S. deaths and sent an estimated 900,000 people to the hospital with complications, according to the National Foundation for Infectious Diseases. The only silver lining is that more people will roll up their sleeves and get a flu shot this year, says Jeff Goad,

Drama from the Front Lines Annette Bening, Ed Asner and Gary Cole will star in a Veterans Day production of ‘If All the Sky Were Paper’ at Musco Center.

October 9, 2018 by | News and Stories at Chapman

The mark of a compelling story is that it’s told over and over, sometimes even to the same listeners, who often hear something new in each retelling. So it is with “If All the Sky Were Paper,” a play by Chapman University Presidential Scholar Andrew Carroll that features readings of letters written by service members

Chapman’s Keck Center: The Future Begins Now Oct. 11 Dedication Will Officially Usher in New Era in Science Education at Chapman University

September 27, 2018 by | News and Stories at Chapman

Convergence. That’s the goal for the practice of science at Chapman University, and it’s a goal the Keck Center for Science and Engineering helps to achieve. From inception, this space was meant to advance interdisciplinary study and accelerate progress on the scientific and societal problems that impact the world. Its design supports the transcendence of

Inaugural Provost Arts & Lecture Series Features Prominent Thought Leaders, Authors

September 25, 2018 by | News and Stories at Chapman

A variety of thought leaders and authors will visit Chapman University this academic year as part of the new Provost’s Arts & Lecture Series. Created in partnership with the Office of the Provost and Musco Center for the Arts, the series expands the University’s tradition of presenting thought-provoking speakers to the community. Special ticket pricing

From Grand to Historic, Student Housing at Chapman University Expands in Style and Variety

September 24, 2018 by | News and Stories at Chapman

In a stylish apartment lined with windows that offer nighttime views of Angel Stadium’s firework displays, roommates Jessica Amato and Olivia Medina describe life in their new Chapman University student residence. Homework at the kitchen table. A weekly “family dinner” with friends – enchiladas last week, by the way. Laundry easily done during study breaks,

From Dusty Neglect to Winning Design Chapman University's Digital Media Arts Center Receives Coveted 2018 Governor's Historic Preservation Award

September 20, 2018 by | News and Stories at Chapman

A former industrial building transformed by Chapman University into a high-tech learning space for the next generation of Hollywood storytellers is the recipient of a 2018 Governor’s Historic Preservation Award. The Digital Media Arts Center on Cypress Street in Old Towne Orange is among just six projects statewide to receive one of this year’s prestigious

Come Celebrate With Us! This year's Chapman Celebrates will honor friends, supporters and Grateful Dead founding member Bob Weir.

September 11, 2018 by | News and Stories at Chapman

It started in the ballroom of an Anaheim hotel, where a few hundred close friends of what was then Chapman College gathered for the annual Founder’s Day event. The celebration featured a program of choral music built around a simple theme: American renewal. The year was 1981, and it was curtain up for American Celebration,

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