It looks like Chapman University planners and construction managers missed the memo about those lazy days of summer. From the ongoing construction of the Center for Science and Technology to a major remodeling of historic Reeves Hall, there’s a whole lot of work going on around campus. Here’s an update on the projects. Reeves Hall
They made elephant toothpaste. Moved like a river. Stirred up a batch of fake ice cream that actually looked delicious. What could those endeavors possibly have in common? They’re all recent adventures enjoyed by local elementary school students, thanks to a variety of community and civic engagement programs staffed by Chapman University students and faculty
Chapman University’s recently remodeled dining commons has been recognized by the National Association of College and University Food Services (NACUFS) with a Loyal E. Horton Dining Award.
Some of Orange County’s future entrepreneurs will get a jump-start on their careers this July, thanks to a collaboration between Girls Inc. and Chapman University.
Seated side by side in their sandwich shop on the corner of Glassell Street and Walnut Avenue, Mathew Riscalla ’16 and his father Daniel have an easy give and take. Their Subway Café, a new interpretation of the usual Subway franchise, has USB outlets, a digital jukebox, reclaimed wood and a trendy color scheme, all
U.S. Marine Corps veteran Kat White and rescue dog Elroy are in training to help other veterans
The Old Towne Preservation Association (OTPA) has awarded its 2017 Good Neighbor Award to Chapman University and its new Musco Center for the Arts. The award recognizes new development in Old Towne Orange that demonstrates outstanding compatibility and harmony with neighboring historic structures. President Daniele Struppa and Kris Eric Olsen, vice president of campus planning
Give Something Back, a philanthropic organization, has given $1 million to Chapman University to help provide four-year tuition scholarships for students who have faced extreme hardship, especially those who have experienced the incarceration or loss of a parent or who have spent time in foster care. “We are grateful for the generosity of Give Something
When Musco Center for the Arts launched its World CAFE Series in spring 2016 with its first Heartbeat of Mexico Festival, it drew the biggest crowd of the season to Chapman University’s brand-new, critically acclaimed 1,044-seat performing arts center. More than 3,500 people enjoyed the multifaceted festival, which included a free afternoon of live outdoor
In the driveway, two students fight roaring flames with a fire extinguisher. In the garage, more students use a process called cribbing to save people trapped underneath debris. Meanwhile, next door more rescuers perform search and rescue operations and triage on victims. All this was a part of the final exam for Chapman University’s first