For the second year in a row, the Chapman University Singers tour Texas during winter Interterm, sharing their extraordinary talents and stoking the fires of new friendships. Like a timeless hymn, thememories linger. STACCATO Choir tours are really moments of intense exposure sandwiched between hours of rehearsals and road time. Luggage is loaded and unloaded.
ON THE WINGS OF MYSTERY AND WONDERMENT, AMERICAN CELEBRATION FINDS NEW WAYS TO CHARM. “Thou know’st the mask of night is on my face.” No one arrived expecting to hear a recitation of Shakespeare by one of America’s most acclaimed actresses, but then American Celebration audiences have come to anticipate beguiling surprises from Chapman University’s
Families with autistic children face a multitude of challenges. Chapman educators are helping to ease their burden. Liza Krassner turns to her computer and clicks open a large file called an Individualized Education Program, or IEP. It’s a plan written by staff members at the school attended by her autistic teen-age son, Mark, spelling out
Professor Micol Hebron’s “Gallery Tally” project is getting up in faces and turning heads all across the country, using art to underscore how few women get their work shown in gallery exhibitions. Micol Hebron thought she was procrastinating, dawdling around and avoiding her office work as she paged through back issuesof Art Forum magazine. On
Margaret Silbar has a new grandma brag book, and so much more. Silbar, 81, totes a thin computer tablet loaded with a custom software system created by a team of Chapman University students from the School of Computational Sciences. And she couldn’t be happier with the device. Using a computer stylus, she quickly flips through
Chapman’s new senior composer in residence brings a unique cultural perspective. Chinary Ung doesn’t want to be the one and only ever again. So as the groundbreaking composer begins his new appointment in the Hall-Musco Conservatory of Music at Chapman University, he’s determined to help develop a rich, diverse and growing musical community — at
Interterm travelers return for spring semester with stories, photos and profound experiences from learning and studying on the road. Chapman University’s January interterm can mean different things for different students. For many, interterm is an opportunity to focus on project-oriented interterm courses in campus classrooms, studios and labs. But for others it’s an opportunity to
Professor Lia Halloran and her Chapman students go old-school exploring at the modern nexus of art and science.
That question inspires a new Chapman research project that’s bringing the wide range of U.S. anxiety into sharper focus.
For starters, Justin Simien ’05 wants his breakthrough feature film to make you laugh. But he also hopes to start a serious conversation.