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Melissa Hoon

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Economics in a Technology-Driven World Economic Science Institute Grads Corinne Burla (M.S. '17) and Nathanael Berger (M.S. '17)

February 6, 2018 by | Chapman Alumni

One area at the helm of the ever-rapid expansion of technology is the study of economic institutions and how they operate. Corinne Burla (M.S. ’17) and Nathanael Berger (M.S. ’17) became interested in studying this field, known as Behavioral and Computational Economics, while enrolled in economics undergraduate programs in Switzerland. One of the draws to

Ideas Boom Into Business at Idea Hall in 2017 Alumna Rebecca Hall's agency celebrates a year of major success

December 11, 2017 by | Chapman Alumni

Idea Hall, founded by Rebecca Hall ’96, a full-service branding, marketing and public relations agency, is celebrating the closing of a year full of new business, including seven new clients. The agency is expanding into new markets beyond the roots of real estate and finance, while continuing to maintain its foundation in those sectors. Rebecca

Patrick Zubiate ’11 to direct 54th Annual Holiday Wassail Concert The Chapman professor is the first alum to direct the show in Musco Center

November 22, 2017 by | Chapman Alumni

The 54th Annual Holiday Wassail Concert on Dec. 8 and 9 will be directed by Patrick Zubiate ’11, Hall-Musco Conservatory of Music instructor and acting director of University Choirs. This is the second year Wassail will be held in Musco Center for the Arts, making Professor Zubiate the first Chapman alum to direct the beloved holiday

The Duffer Brothers’ 11 Tips for Success Conquer the Upside-Down with advice from alumni and creators of 'Stranger Things'

November 6, 2017 by | Chapman Alumni

Sixteen million viewers around the world binged on Netflix’s Stranger Things Season 2 within the first three days of the science fiction-horror series’ Oct. 27, 2017 season release. Of those 16 million, 361,000 viewers binged, watching all nine episodes one right after the other. I was sure one of them: holed up in my apartment

Author Jasmine Johnson ’15 Empowers Youth and Educates on Homelessness The former homeless youth invites you to help this "ignored problem" in your community at Socktober Saturday

October 5, 2017 by | Chapman Alumni

As a little girl, Jasmine Johnson ’15 walked up to strangers to ask for money for food or bus fare to get to school. She remembers feeling rejected and embarrassed, but she also developed resilience as she trudged the streets night after night with her mother and younger brother, carrying her few belongings in a

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