A student in Chapman’s MA in War and Society program is part of a team selected for the Normandy: Sacrifice for Freedom Albert H. Small Student and Teacher Institute, a program offered by National History Day.
In honor of the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr.’s birthday and MLK Day on January 16, 2017, OC Weekly devotes its “OC Speakly” podcast to Dr. King and his two speeches in Orange County: in 1961 in Memorial Hall at then-Chapman College, and in 1968 — sadly just a few weeks before his assassination —
The Hon. Loretta Sanchez ’82, who served in the U.S. House of Representatives from 1997 to 2017, has donated the congressional papers from her 20 years in office to Chapman University’s Leatherby Libraries. The collection includes 25 boxes of her files, papers and committee work, mostly focused on Vietnamese human rights, her work with the
Her documentary shines a light on the stories of lifeguards saving Syrian refugees from drowning. And the politics of what to do about the refugee crisis? First, stop the drownings, she says.
Deck the halls, and bring the beauty of Musco Center’s first year as host of the Holiday Wassail Concert into your living room as friends and family gather ‘round. The 53rd annual Chapman University concert’s debut in the sparkling new 1,044-seat venue will be televised by KCET daily Dec. 23-25, so tune in or set
No matter what you study, Anastamos wants to hear what you have to say. And what is Anastamos? It’s Chapman University’s new interdisciplinary, graduate student journal, which is now seeking submissions for its inaugural issue planned this spring. Alison Williams (MA English/MFA Creative Writing ’18), editor in chief, has been with Anastamos since the beginning,
Chapman University is saddened to announce the death of Lawrence Dodge, businessman, philanthropist, member of the Chapman President’s Cabinet and friend of the University, who passed away on December 1, 2016. A fervent believer in the importance of the arts and arts education, Larry Dodge was instrumental in the development of the Lawrence and Kristina
As winter comes to Southern California and the weather turns very slightly colder — some days, at least! — folks’ thoughts turn to visions of gingerbread and hot chocolate, music and lights. If you’re a winter holiday fan (and, really, who isn’t?), Chapman University’s Musco Center for the Arts has some merry musical events that
The smoothness of the finest white satin. The warm black skin of her husband. A stash of savings sewn into a hem. These are some of the things that Esther, an African-American seamstress filled with longing in playwright Lynn Nottage’s Intimate Apparel, can feel under her fingertips but is not meant to keep for her
For Michael Connelly, author of the Harry Bosch series of novels, writing always comes back to one thing — character. “What’s most important in a novel, and I think what’s most important in serialized television, is character. I don’t think people are coming in for the forensics and things like that. They want to ride