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Commitment to Water Conservation Runs Deep at Chapman

September 26, 2022 by | Community

All across the Chapman campus in Orange, the university’s commitment to water conservation is in full flower. Those efforts first ramped up eight years ago, when it became clear that cycles of drought would persist in Southern California. Since then, Chapman has implemented a wide range of water-wise strategies to conserve this precious resource. As

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Orange Chamber of Commerce intern creates the LEO Initiative to help students learn life skills

August 4, 2022 by | Community

Joey Lin ’23, a Chapman business administration major with an emphasis in marketing, discovered an array of opportunities for herself and other college students when she interned at the Orange Chamber of Commerce. For over a year now, she has held the position of media and marketing coordinator, a work-study placement through the university’s community

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Santiago Charter Middle School celebrates strong writing partnership with Chapman

August 4, 2022 by | Community

Seventh and eighth grade students at Santiago Charter Middle School (part of the Orange Unified School District) participated in a 10-week writing workshop alongside student mentors from Chapman University. In addition to cultivating their writing development through brainstorming, drafting and revising their written works, the Santiago students were encouraged to develop a genuine passion for

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In community clinics, Chapman students learn more than health care

June 9, 2022 by | Community

Chapman University’s Crean College of Health and Behavioral Sciences provides hands-on graduate-level training for health care professionals in a variety of disciplines. And it turns out these programs aren’t just good for students — they’re also good for the community. “Crean is very much focused on serving and serving well,” says Dr. Naveen Jonathan, chair

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Chapman joins Orange community in return of the annual May Parade

May 18, 2022 by | Community

Last weekend, Orange residents and visitors lined the streets for the first Orange May Parade since the pandemic. Hosted by the Orange Chamber of Commerce, the parade featured a procession of vintage cars, bands, dancers, animals and so much more. Various departments at Chapman University participated in the parade, including Community Relations, Chapman Alumni Association,

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