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Sign your teen up for a tuneful summer Grammy finalist Keith Hancock ’02 (MA ’04) will return to campus to direct the Chapman Choral Music Camp

May 4, 2016 by Robyn Norwood | Arts and Culture

It was lunchtime on the Tesoro High School campus in South Orange County, but students still stood around the piano, waiting to sing some more. Seated at the keyboard was Tesoro choral music director Keith Hancock ’02 (MA ’04), who will direct the Chapman Choral Music Camp for high school singers in June after

91-year-old alumna Toshi Ito returns to Chapman to help recall “The Legacy of Heart Mountain” Film about infamous Japanese-American internment camp will screen on Thursday, Oct. 1 in Memorial Hall

September 24, 2015 by | Arts and Culture

The Emmy Award-winning documentary filmThe Legacy of Heart Mountain will screen at Chapman University at 7 p.m. Thursday, October 1 in Memorial Hall, in a special-cut edition.  The film, about the infamous internment camp in Wyoming where Japanese Americans and Japanese immigrants to America were forcibly “relocated” during World War II, employs remarkable photographs discovered

“Bordertown,” new animated Fox show from Seth MacFarlane, gets pre-screening at Chapman with consulting producer/alumnus Gustavo Arellano Preview will screen Thursday, Sept. 24 at 6:45 p.m. in Kennedy Hall

September 23, 2015 by | Arts and Culture

“Bordertown,” a new animated series from the comedic mind of Seth MacFarlane, debuts on the Fox network in 2016.  But you can get a special sneak peek at the show — a look at immigration through the eyes of two families who live in a small town on the U.S.-Mexico border — when consulting producer