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What we bring to the table International students explore Thanksgiving traditions, sometimes with contributions of their own

November 17, 2017 by | Campus Life

A graduate student from Cameroon will join family and friends for Thanksgiving bearing a turkey marinated in a special blend of spices she brought from her homeland. “You wouldn’t find it here,” said Joele Atonfack (M.S./MBA ’18), who is pursuing a joint master’s in food science and business administration. “It just has a different flavor.

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Mathematicians from across the globe gather at Chapman for conference

November 17, 2017 by | Mathematics and Computer Science

Chapman University faculty from Schmid College of Science & Technology hosted a six day conference titled, “Mathematics, Signal Processing and Linear Systems: New Problems and Directions.” The event drew 36 speakers from seven countries, as well as universities across Southern California and the Midwest. One of the organizers, Professor Daniel Alpay holds Chapman University’s prestigious

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Bravo! Chapman University’s College of Performing Arts turns 10 Anniversary events and receptions continue through 2018

November 15, 2017 by | Arts and Culture

Chapman University’s College of Performing Arts (CoPA) turns 10 this year, marking a decade as a cultural leader in Orange County and a preeminent training ground for the entertainment industry’s next generation of artists. Since the University gathered its theatre, dance and music departments together in one cultural arts powerhouse, it has grown to include

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Dodge College alumna helps give silent films, forgotten actors a name Library of Congress' Rachel Parker Del Gaudio stages unique film fest

November 10, 2017 by | Arts and Culture

As black-and-white images of old films flicker on the screen inside a Library of Congress theater outside Washington, D.C., laptop screens glow and moviegoers tap away at their keyboards, sometimes shouting out comments. That is the scene at the annual “Mostly Lost” film festival, a unique gathering where film aficionados and historians convene to identify

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Serving those who served: Fowler Law alumna provides legal aid to veterans Antoinette Balta's pro bono firm has served thousands

November 3, 2017 by | Business and Law

When Cory Vigil came home from Iraq, the terrible things he had seen and done under orders came home with him, heavier than any overloaded pack. Filled with hair-trigger anger caused by post-traumatic stress disorder, Vigil served six months in county jail on a felony assault conviction. While he was incarcerated, someone else continued to