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Star-Studded Evening Raises Nearly $2 Million for Student Scholarships at Chapman University

November 7, 2018 by | Campus Life

One is a founding member of the Grateful Dead. Another an Emmy-winning television producer. And two are among Southern California’s most dynamic philanthropists. But at Chapman University’s signature fundraiser Saturday, Nov. 3, they were all proud Panthers in support of a singular mission – student scholarships that change lives. “I love this school, and I

Grinch Week Celebrates the Big Green Guy Museum exhibition, screening, panel discussion and more are planned for November 10-17 at Chapman University.

October 25, 2018 by | Campus Life

If you love that big green guy who once stole Christmas – that is, Dr. Seuss’s famous character the Grinch – then the week of November 10-17 at Chapman University will be a very special one. Chapman’s Hilbert Museum of California Art will open the exhibition “How the Grinch Stole Christmas: Chuck Jones and the

Drama from the Front Lines Annette Bening, Ed Asner and Gary Cole will star in a Veterans Day production of ‘If All the Sky Were Paper’ at Musco Center.

October 9, 2018 by | Arts and Culture

The mark of a compelling story is that it’s told over and over, sometimes even to the same listeners, who often hear something new in each retelling. So it is with “If All the Sky Were Paper,” a play by Chapman University Presidential Scholar Andrew Carroll that features readings of letters written by service members

Chapman Radio Included in Princeton Review’s List of Top 20 Campus Radio Stations

September 29, 2018 by Catie Kovelman '19 | Campus Life

Chapman Radio has once again been included in The Princeton Review’s list of the top 20 “Best College Radio Stations.” The student-run station ranked No. 17 on the recently released 2019 list. The rankings are drawn from student surveys of 384 campuses across the nation. Faculty advisor Travis Bartosh considers the recognition a double honor,

Daniel Emmet ‘15 Makes It To “AGT” Finale The Chapman vocal performance alumnus will perform in the last round of the competition on Tuesday, Sept. 18, at 8 p.m. (Pacific).

September 18, 2018 by | Campus Life

After singing through four nerve-wracking rounds on the NBC entertainment television series “America’s Got Talent” (AGT), Daniel Emmet ’15 will compete in the season finale Tuesday, Sept. 18, as one of the top 10 acts. The Chapman University vocal performance alumnus is one step closer to winning the title of “AGT” champion, a $1 million

History Artfully Portrayed 'Visions of Chapman' mural by artist Higgy Vasquez is ready for unveiling at Sept. 12 reception.

September 6, 2018 by | Campus Life

Unveiling this month at Chapman University is a new mural depicting the history, people and neighborhood life that helped shape the University and its surrounding community. “Visions of Chapman” by Orange County artist Higgy Vasquez will be celebrated at a public reception on Wednesday, Sept. 12, at 5 p.m. The 27-foot mural, painted on the

Getting to the Root of Racist Hate Chapman researcher Pete Simi says we shouldn't be surprised by violent nature of white supremacists.

August 10, 2018 by | Arts and Culture

Chapman University Professor Pete Simi has been to birthday parties where the cake was shaped like a swastika. He has seen a 5-year-old casually snap into a Nazi salute and heard other children recite horribly racist nursery rhymes from memory. He has listened to a white nationalist describe fits of rage so intense that after