With 2,038 total volunteer hours, Chapman’s Doctor of Physical Therapy program won first place in the 2018 CA Outreach Challenge. The challenge is an annual state-wide competition that runs from September through April, and encourages student Physical Therapists and Physical Therapist Assistants to volunteer in their local communities. 160 Chapman students participated, contributing their time
“I never thought I’d be building a float for a parade,” says Jack Raubolt, Vice President of Community Relations at Chapman University. But not only did Raubolt oversee the building of a float to represent Chapman in the recent May Day Parade through Historic Old Towne Orange, but the float won a trophy as the
The lights dim. The room grows quiet. The director yells, “Quiet on the set,” as actors take their positions and the camera operator sets up for a medium shot. The scene could be straight from a Hollywood sound stage. Except that in this case, the eyes looking through the lens belong to a 9-year-old student.
FREE! Saturday, August 3, 2019 5:30pm Pre-Show | 7pm Concert Opening Act: Triada Come to the Musco Center’s Aitken Arts Plaza when the Pacific Symphony brings “Symphony in the Cities” to the City of Orange for a free concert beginning at 7pm. Bring your family, your blankets and picnic baskets and hear Music Director Carl
By Pj Perez While growing up, Fowler School of Law’s 2019 Dean’s Award recipient Flor Gonzalez (JD ‘19) would spend her summers visiting her hometown in Mexico in an off-the-grid, rural community that didn’t seem like a priority for its government. There, she witnessed a community devastated through violence. “That’s why I want to work
Alisa Driscoll, a familiar face and friendly liaison between the University and the local neighborhood in Chapman’s Office of Community Relations since 2016, was among the University alumni and employees recognized as 2019 Women of the Year in front of an overflow crowd. Driscoll assists Jack Raubolt, Chapman’s vice president for community relations, as communications
Chapman University’s relationship with its community is on display at The Wooden Floor, a local nonprofit that transforms the lives of young people from low-income neighborhoods through the power of dance and access to higher education. As children danced in the Santa Ana studio one afternoon, Chapman alumna Alix Portillo watched closely. Not so long