Today, the comic book stories and graphic novels of our childhoods are getting, well, the hero treatment, rising from thin, cheap colorful pages to now occupy the big screen, video games, conventions and major retailers.
Nearly 900 people laughed, teared up, learned a lot and even meditated a bit at Chapman University’s fourth independently organized TEDx
At most universities and colleges across the country, the fall semester may still be days or weeks away. But professors could already influence their students’ learning outcomes — if they happen to have the knack for a bit of cyber diplomacy.
Read a Q&A with the curator who made it all happen
Feeling nostalgic and love videos? These alumni have an app for that
Jeff Cogan, associate professor of music and director of the guitar studies and music technology programs in Chapman University’s Hall-Musco Conservatory of Music, has received an Award of Merit from the Accolade Global Film Competition for a documentary film he created about French guitar-maker Daniel Friederich. The film, Daniel Friederich — Luthier d’Art, began as
Until this summer, the legacy of Atticus Finch, small-town lawyer, believer in justice and fairness for mankind, was safely encapsulated in a half-century’s worth of character reverie. This Gulf Coast-ish summer bloomed problems for that character when Harper Lee’s old-new novel Go Set a Watchman published. Watchman is a rough draft of Lee’s Pulitzer Prize-winning
The hills are definitely alive with the sound of Chapman University vocalists. For the third consecutive year, an Opera Chapman member has won the prestigious Schloss Mirabell Vocal Competition in Salzburg, Austria, the historic city and setting for the legendary film The Sound of Music. Tenor Marcus Paige ’15 is the most recent winner of
Tom Zoellner, associate professor of English at Chapman University and author of the award-winning Uranium, is a featured expert in the PBS documentary Uranium: Twisting the Dragon’s Tail. The documentary airs tonight, Tuesday, July 28, at 10 p.m. on PBS SoCal. Program host and physicist Derek Muller explores the history and uses of the compound
Associate professor of art Micol Hebron talks about nudity, art and public perceptions of acceptability