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COMMUNITY VOICES: America’s Stories Documentary Screening

April 29, 2019 by | Events

Chapman University’s Dodge College of Film and Media Arts is excited to welcome the community to its annual Community Voices Documentary Screening on Thursday, May 2 at 7pm in the Folino Theater. COMMUNITY VOICES: AMERICA’S STORIES is a social issue documentary film program at Chapman University. Each year, groups of students spend two semesters creating a

2019 Student Scholar Symposium

April 1, 2019 by | Events

The Student Scholar Symposium celebrates the breadth and depth of scholarly research and creative exploration by Chapman University students. Join us May 1st and 2nd to experience a showcase of projects from diverse academic and creative disciplines. Interact with our student researchers and their innovative exhibits, reflecting the rigorous inquiry happening across the campus. This

A Neighborly Visit with Law Student Juan Valdez

January 8, 2019 by | Students

Around the neighborhood, dogs are sometimes as well known as their owners. If you see a handsome boxer working as a service dog in the vicinity of Chapman’s Dale E. Fowler School of Law, that’s probably Tank. The man with him is Juan Valdez, a retired Marine who entered law school last fall, 12 years

Chapman Graduate Works on O.C. Homelessness with United Way

January 8, 2019 by | Students

A massive effort by Orange County United Way to count the area’s homeless population in January was led in part by recent Chapman graduate Atty McLellan, who undertook the work as Chapman’s first recipient of a Shinnyo Fellowship. The fellowship provides a paycheck and benefits for 10 months to a small group of recent college

First-Generation Student is Chapman’s First Rhodes Scholar

January 8, 2019 by | Students

Vidal Arroyo, a first-generation student from Orange County, has been named Chapman University’s first Rhodes Scholar, earning one of the most prestigious fellowships in the world. As late as his junior year of high school, Arroyo wasn’t considering higher education. But high school friends were busy taking SATs, so he did, too. He aced them,

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