They may not wear capes or have superpowers, but a team representing Chapman University and the City of Orange are doing heroes’ work to keep local neighborhoods peaceful. “Since the start of fall semester to the time of publication, less than 10% of disturbance calls citywide were attributed to Chapman University, a number that has
At a July 6 gala event held at Chapman University, the Orange Chamber of Commerce officially welcomed its 2023-24 Board of Directors. The strategic priorities of the new board include workforce development, government affairs, pursuing innovative partnerships, and continuing to offer the community-building experiences and events that the Chamber is known for. “We listened to
Pause for a moment to admire the vibrant flowers of the ruby glow tea tree. Keep an eye out for pollinators as you pass the hummingbird yucca. Bend to get a closer look at the emerald green leaves of the carpet manzanita. These verdant opportunities extend throughout Chapman University. And now the experiences are more
On June 22, Chapman University President Emeritus Jim Doti gave an update on his 45th Economic Forecast, sticking with his December 2022 prediction of a recession in 2023. “We’re pointing to a negative change in the third quarter and the fourth quarter, and that’s the stuff of a recession, perhaps a moderate one … certainly
Each semester, students get to experience the joys and challenges of philanthropic giving as part of an innovative educational program at Chapman, the Panther Experiential Philanthropy Project (PEPP). Students enrolled in courses such as IES 103 “Philosophy of Helping” are charged with the task of awarding grants of up to $2,000 to local nonprofit organizations.
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
Caroline Gardner, who will graduate with a degree in history from Chapman University this spring, is currently working as a historical preservation intern for the the City of Orange. The internship is funded by the Anne Siebert Scholarship, an honorarium provided by the Old Towne Preservation Association (OTPA) that supports interns who assist the city’s