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Students Utilize 3D Printing Skills to Craft Halloween Costumes for Local Trick-or-Treaters Chapman students create costumes for the nonprofit Higher Ground.

December 2, 2019 by | Community

Just a few days before Halloween, students in Chapman University’s new class, “Topics in Computer Science: 3D Printing and Design,” gathered to present the costumes they’d spent hundreds of hours creating. The first major project for the class was to design and print Halloween costumes for Higher Ground, a nonprofit dedicated to mentoring youth in

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Young Congressional Leaders Inspired By Chapman Visit High School Students from Congressman Lou Correa’s Program were thrilled with the opportunity to learn more about one of this country’s top institutions for undergraduate education

November 18, 2019 by | Events

Last Saturday, November 2nd, Chapman University hosted the bright-eyed high school students from Congressman Lou Correa’s Young Congressional Leaders Program for an event about preparedness for further education.  The students grabbed refreshments and eagerly awaited this opportunity to become more informed about the continuation of their education after high school. The event began with a

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Tap into your Curiosity with this Season of Science on Tap After great success, Science on Tap is back for a new season filled with topics ranging from STEM education to the science of flavor.

November 4, 2019 by | Events

Calling all science lovers! Whether you are a seasoned Ph. D. or a curious novice, join us at ChapmanU Science on Tap, hosted by the Schmid College of Science and Technology, to enjoy good beverages, good food, and captivating conversation.  This event is free and open to the public, and we encourage the community to

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Reading is Magic Reading Promise Reading Festival offers a fun, interactive reading experience to children from low-income families.

September 30, 2019 by | Events

On Sunday, September 29th, hundreds of families gathered to experience the magic of books through a number of completely free activities embracing creativity, expression, and above all: reading.  The Reading Promise reading festival, hosted by the Orange Elks with support of the Orange Public Library Foundation, invites families from nine Title I schools of Orange

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