Chapman Office of Community Relations gifts Cambridge Elementary students T-shirts for College-wear Mondays

March 30, 2022 by | Community

When Blanca Martinez, community assistant at Cambridge Elementary, reached out to the Office of Community Relations to inquire about T-shirt donations for the school’s College T-shirt Mondays, Chapman Community Relations Manager James Gerrard got right to work on making it happen. After acquiring over 100 Chapman tees, Gerrard personally visited Cambridge Elementary to pass them


Chief Randy Burba Retires from Chapman Public Safety

March 7, 2022 by | Updates

After 17 years at Chapman University, Chief of Public Safety Randy Burba retired on March 1. Burba first came to Chapman in August 2005, and has since become one of the most recognizable faces in the neighborhoods surrounding campus. His contributions to the community are many. He expanded the services provided by creating a Fire


Black History Month 2022

February 21, 2022 by Ivy Magruder | Students

In celebration of Black History Month we’ve  curated a list of black-owned businesses – including those owned by Chapman students, local organizations, and employers hiring –  to get to know and continue to support once February comes to a close. Black Student Gigs to Support at Chapman University Angelique Francis ‘22 Graphic Designer Angelique is


ΑΓΔ Raises Funds for Meals on Wheels

February 14, 2022 by | Community

Chapman’s Greek community recently raised $18,643 for Meals on Wheels at the Alpha Gam Movie Awards, during which campus organizations make their own renditions of movies that are screened on Burt Williams Mall and ranked by a group of judges. “In the U.S. there are more than 38 million people who are food insecure, and


Economy will grow, but inflation is sticking around and recession is likely, Chapman economists say

February 14, 2022 by | Updates

Chapman University economists delivered a mixed-bag economic outlook for the coming year, predicting growth and job gains, but also rising inflation and a potential recession in 2023. “We see inflation being very persistent and stubbornly high … Structural inflation is tough to beat,” Chapman economist and President Emeritus Jim Doti said in the annual Economist

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