That big white tent is back on the Bert. C. Williams Mall, so you know it’s almost show time for Chapman University’s premier fundraiser gala, American Celebration. Although this year perhaps we better call it “the great white” tent. After all, the 2012 Lifetime Achievement in the Arts Award, traditionally presented during American Celebration, will
In celebration of Veteran’s Day, the Military Law Institute and AMVETS Legal Clinic will host Capt. Luis Carlos Montalván, the New York Times best-selling author of Until Tuesday: A Wounded Warrior and the Golden Retriever Who Saved Him , Nov. 12, at 5 p.m. in the George H.W. Bush Conference Center in Beckman Hall.
Those blue-marble satellite images of Earth during a natural disaster are among the most powerful pictures we have whenever a hurricane, dust storm or wildfire strikes our planet. Most of us turn to newscasts to see them. But as Hurricane Sandy churned toward the Eastern Seaboard, Associate Professor Hesham El-Askary made his own.
The Chapman University student and employee community can enjoy up to 20 percent discounts at local restaurants and other businesses, thanks to School ID Savings, the brainchild of international business major Jason Cunningham ’13. Cunningham launched his discount offering pursuit in early 2012. The goal of School ID Savings is to provide
There were dozens of memorable experiences for 11 Chapman University students enrolled in a travel course that took them to Azerbaijan and Georgia this summer, from eating hot flatbread pulled from clay ovens to meeting with former Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld. But one of the most telling sights for Bryce Anderson ’13
When the late U.S. Sen. George McGovern visited Chapman University in August 2009, he wowed students at Opening Convocation, talked about his new book, Abraham Lincoln (The American Presidents Series, the 16th President) and taped an interview with President Jim Doti for Dialogue with Doti and Dodge. To mark the senator’s passing this month, Panther
After its successful world premiere at Chapman in 2010, Andrew Carroll’s If All the Sky Were Paper has been remade and returns to the Waltmar Theatre stage on Wednesday, Nov. 7. The show is created through the letters of American soldiers, sailors and airmen and their loved ones at home. If All the Sky Were
Chapman University’s new classroom building, now rising on the south side of the Bert C. Williams Mall, will be named the James L. and Lynne P. Doti Hall, Chancellor Daniele Struppa announced Friday, Oct. 26, at his first State of the Academy address. The news was greeted with enthusiastic applause from the Memorial Hall audience.
If you watched coverage of the Mars rover Curiosity this summer and relished the sight of all those blue-shirted NASA engineers hugging and crying upon its landing, you saw the work of a Chapman University alumna. Cinematographer Jillian Arnold (MFA film production ’07) was behind that camera, capturing those memorable sights for broadcast live around
Andrew Stanton, Oscar-winning PIXAR director of Finding Nemo and WALL-E, makes his first-ever visit to Chapman University to talk about storytelling and introduce the new 3D version of Finding Nemo on Friday, Oct. 26 at 7 p.m. in Folino Theater. The lecture and Q&A will be followed by the 3D screening of Finding Nemo. In