Posts by Mary Platt

Chapman loses a friend: the passing of Larry Dodge

December 2, 2016 by | Happenings

Chapman University is saddened to announce the death of Lawrence Dodge, businessman, philanthropist, member of the Chapman President’s Cabinet and friend of the University, who passed away on December 1, 2016. A fervent believer in the importance of the arts and arts education, Larry Dodge was instrumental in the development of the Lawrence and Kristina

Chapman University Fowler Law Professor Named as Potential Supreme Court Pick for Presidential Candidate Gary Johnson

October 13, 2016 by | Happenings

Libertarian presidential candidate Gary Johnson on Tuesday listed Chapman University Dale E. Fowler School of Law Professor Tom Campbell as a top pick to fill the vacancy on the Supreme Court of the United States, along with George Washington University Law School Professor Jonathan Turley. The selections were announced in a C-SPAN interview

Chapman to offer students and researchers 24/7 access to USC Shoah Visual History Archive

September 23, 2016 by | Happenings

Chapman University’s Leatherby Libraries is partnering through ProQuest with the Visual History Archive (VHA) from USC Shoah Foundation to offer a fully streaming video collection of 53,000 primary-source testimonies of survivors and witnesses of genocide, the University and USC Shoah Foundation jointly announced today. “Chapman is the first institution in California to purchase the Visual

Chapman University Climbs to #6 in U.S. News Rankings

September 13, 2016 by | Happenings

Chapman University has risen to #6 in its category in the 2017 edition of “America’s Best Colleges” published by U.S. News & World Report and announced to media today. Among 124 Western regional universities ranked by U.S. News, Chapman moved up one spot. Chapman was also recognized by U.S. News as one of only two

Chapman University mourns passing of Elie Wiesel, 87, Nobel Peace laureate and Chapman Distinguished Presidential Fellow

July 2, 2016 by | Happenings

Chapman University mourns the passing of Elie Wiesel, 87, Nobel Peace Prize Laureate, Holocaust survivor and witness, author, and humanitarian. “We feel tremendous gratitude for the weeks that Professor Wiesel spent as Distinguished Presidential Fellow at our university from 2011-15, as well as for his previous two visits in 2005 and 2010,” said Marilyn Harran,

Culture of Mexico to be Celebrated at Musco Center’s First World CAFE FREE Arts and Culture Fiesta on Sunday, May 29

May 11, 2016 by | Happenings

Musco Center for the Arts presents the first of its ongoing series of World CAFEs (Cultural Arts Festivals and Events) on Sunday, May 29, 1-8 p.m. with “The Heartbeat of Mexico,” a salute to the rich music and culture of Mexico. The day-long festival includes a free fiesta featuring 16 performing companies on

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