In a highly politicized era of rapid-fire news developments and intense social media, some people feel the need to walk away for their own well-being. This Chapman University professor suggests another option.
Do you love or hate the abbreviated and invented language of social media? Embrace it or avoid it? Either way, bring those thoughts and your lunch to an informal viewing of the TED Talk titled Txting is killing language. JK!!! Tuesday, Sept. 10, at 11:45 a.m. in Argyros Forum 209C. A discussion led by Kelli
As the Los Angeles Times and other newspapers wobble and digital news sources grow, what is the future of the media business? Find out some of the latest thinking on that topic at a guest lecture series organized by veteran journalist and publisher Bob Magnuson, Chapman University’s new Distinguished Fellow in Media and Communications. Magnuson
Connor Martin ’10, the lacrosse-playing PR and advertising graduate who started a party that grew into a business, returned to Chapman University Tuesday as a guest speaker in one of his old classrooms and shared with students some insights into the art and science of turning a passion into a brand. “I’m like a case
As unrest and protest movements unfold across the Middle East, the political science, peace studies and global studies programs at Chapman University continue to host a variety of guest speakers bringing unique perspectives to the timely events. Today U.S. Army Capt. Michael Kelly McCoy ’03, Peace Studies, was on campus for a visit and meeting
The unfolding events in Egypt and neighboring countries will be the topic of a lunch time roundtable discussion next week featuring a group of faculty with extensive expertise on Middle East issues. “The Arab Youth Revolt: Chapman Experts Discuss the Events in Tunisia, Egypt and the Greater Middle East” will be held from noon to
Reading, following and posting to blogs is a blast. But sometimes you have to leave cyberspace and sit down over lunch and chat. You know — real chat. That’s what we did with the creator of a fast-growing blog many of us at Chapman follow, “I Heart Old Towne Orange,” the brainstorm of Orange resident