As promised in the October print issue of Neighbor to Neighbor, here’s a story about one of the Chapman University alumni who got their start at the Dale E. Fowler School of Law. At 49, Jordana Furman (J.D. ’13) was not a typical student when she entered the Fowler School of Law at Chapman University.
From Paul Sitkoff, Public Information Officer, City of Orange: On Friday, September 30, Dr. Daniele Struppa will be officially inaugurated as Chapman University’s thirteenth President. Chapman University will be marking the occasion with 8 days of festivities, starting Sunday, September 25, through Sunday, October 2. We anticipate that the inauguration will significantly increase both vehicle
We don’t know his name, or his older sister’s, but it still moved us when the boy in this photo exclaimed, “I love Dr. Seuss! Daddy can I take this one?” As the boy clumsily pulled the Seuss book from the station we had just inaugurated, his sister found one, too. This year’s Kappa Delta
Come and join Chapman University’s new president, Dr. Daniele C. Struppa, for a good old-fashioned ice cream social with all the toppings, hosted by the Old Towne Preservation Association! Everyone from the local community is invited to enjoy the party as we welcome the thirteenth president of Chapman University! Date and Time: Tuesday, September 27th from
On Thursday, September 15, our construction firm will be loading the steel erection crane into the hole for the Center for Science and Technology. This will require a portion of Walnut Avenue to be shut down between Center Street and Grand, just before the crosswalk which will remain open. CW Driver, the construction firm, will
The Neighborhood Advisory Committee met on August 17th in Argyros Forum 119A. You can download and read the full minutes here. Archived minutes from all meetings are available on this blog’s Neighborhood Advisory Committee page.
If you’re at the Orange International Street Fair this Labor Day Weekend, grab a bratwurst, churro or teriyaki stick and then look up – way up. Those colorful banners strung high across the streets of Old Towne Orange were created compliments of Chapman University graphic design students. This is the fourth year students in Clint