I recently visited the Chapman website and saw the new caption promoting Chapman as one family with many stories. I found it uncanny how this coincides with my recent involvement in planning a district-wide event for all Santa Ana Unified school district families. It was an affair where over 300 people came to share their stories- stories featuring their traditions, family treasures, and recipes.
By Marisol Rexach, Ph.D. in Education Student Out of tragedy comes a lesson. A few weeks back, a fellow co-worker and I were chatting, discussing what we did over the weekend. Hers was a very busy and productive weekend. She told me an all-at-once heartbreaking and heartwarming story of a family
Bookseller, barber and ‘genius’ Rueben Martinez finds new partner Los Angeles Times; October 29, 2012 By Hector Tobar Rueben Martinez was a steelworker first, and then a barber, before he became the book maven he is today. Raised in Arizona, and later employed at the long-gone Bethlehem Steel plant in Maywood, he later opened up a