Chapman’s construction firm, CW Driver, has just alerted us that we will have our first concrete pour tomorrow, June 8th, for the Center for Science and Technology. The pour will last all day and will consist of approximately 22 trucks traveling the route from Center Street south to Palm. There will also be approximately four
Each year thousands of students across the United States complete the College Senior Survey, a national survey from the Higher Education Research Institute at UCLA. The results below profile Chapman University’s class of 2015. Over 400 graduating seniors completed the survey online, resulting in a 26% response rate. A few highlights: 26.2% of students held a
The Neighborhood Advisory Committee met on May 24th in Argyros Forum 209B. You can download and read the full minutes here. The presentation on EIR Mitigations can be downloaded here. Archived minutes from all meetings are available on this blog’s Neighborhood Advisory Committee page.
As part of the renovation project on Roosevelt Hall, Chapman’s HVAC contractor will be utilizing a helicopter to lift heavy air conditioning equipment onto the roof of the building. This will take place on Saturday, June 4, 2016 between 7:00 and 8:00 a.m. Roosevelt Hall is located at the northeast corner of Palm and Glassell and
Due to a city project to improve gas lines in collaboration with The Gas Company, all trucks associated with Chapman’s Center for Science & Technology construction project will temporarily utilize the following transportation routes: To the construction site: Trucks will head east on Palm, make a left on Center and head towards the construction site.
Musco Center for the Arts presents the first of its ongoing series of World CAFEs (Cultural Arts Festivals and Events) on Sunday, May 29, 1-8 p.m. with “The Heartbeat of Mexico,” a salute to the rich music and culture of Mexico. The day-long festival includes a free fiesta featuring 16 performing companies on three stages
On North Lemon Street in Old Towne Orange there’s a vacant lot covered in bare dirt. But soon there will be a bounty of vegetables, fruit trees and herbs flourishing there, along with an outdoor teaching space where the community can learn about backyard agriculture and experience the delight of farm-to-table gardening. Thanks to a