Tinder breaks dating down into its simplest form: you get a brief snapshot of a person, what they like, what they don’t, how they look, where they are located, and make a quick decision as to whether to swipe left (thanks, but not for me) or swipe right (hey, maybe something can come out of
Can’t get enough Chapman News? Now you can find them all over social media! But just what is Chapman news? It airs every Friday, live on local Channel 6 at 12:00 p.m. It’s a weekly newscast, produced by a hearty band of thirty Dodge College/Chapman University, broadcast-journalism students. The show is focused on the University,
EDITORS NOTE: All of our students do amazing things, but some of them are actively working to help create change in our local communities. In today’s guest post, Rachel-Jean Firchau tells us about the fantastic things Chapman’s PRSSA is doing here in Orange County. What creates a strong community? Five students from Chapman University have partnered
Last October, five public relations students participated in the Public Relations Student Society of America’s (PRSSA) annual Bateman Case Study Competition, where students around the country compete in teams to create a campaign for an assigned client. This year’s team consisted of Dodge College students (Danielle Luchetta’14, Isabel Lluch’14, Kiersten Krog’14, Jenny Grich’14, and Vaughn
This past weekend, I had the pleasure of attending Chapman University’s 32nd annual American Celebration. As a student worker in the Front Office of Dodge College, I have the opportunity to be included in many exciting events that the University organizes, as well as the chance to interact and network with many of the trustees
Chapman Ad Club and PRSSA invite you to join them for an intimate discussion with Dawn Taubin, Chief Marketing Officer of Dreamworks Animation and former professor of Public Relations and Advertising at Dodge College, on Tuesday, November 5 at 7:00 p.m. in Sandhu Conference room D. She came to Chapman after having worked at Warner
Transmedia, or the breaking apart of a single story into multiple different mediums, was one of the most fascinating emerging trends discussed at the UFVA conference this week.
This is a great opportunity for all graphic design-minded film and PR majors! Run by the Hollywood Reporter, the contest provides students and professionals alike a great shot at some incredible exposure. And with their newly expanded criteria for entry, it’s great practice for any up-and-coming media professional – which is all of you!
Public Relations & Advertising Senior Lynette Greathouse is now the director of the nationally accredited, student-run Public Relations firm Chapman Impressions – and she’s looking for new applicants to the firm. Read on to find out more about the program: their mission, background, and most importantly, info on how to apply!
Don’t miss this opportunity to show off your portfolio to some of the biggest names in Digital Arts, Film Production, Advertising, and more!