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,


Chapman Alum to Feature City of Orange on ABC7 All students, staff and faculty are invited to the live broadcast of the "In the Neighborhood" segment on Oct. 10

September 28, 2018 by | Campus Life

From the restored historic homes to the annual International Street Fair to the vibrant community, the city of Orange has a distinct charm to it that is unlike anywhere else. For Marc Cota-Robles ’06, Orange is more than just a location. Growing up there and studying television broadcast journalism at Chapman University, Orange is both


From Grand to Historic, Student Housing at Chapman University Expands in Style and Variety

September 24, 2018 by | Campus Life

In a stylish apartment lined with windows that offer nighttime views of Angel Stadium’s firework displays, roommates Jessica Amato and Olivia Medina describe life in their new Chapman University student residence. Homework at the kitchen table. A weekly “family dinner” with friends – enchiladas last week, by the way. Laundry easily done during study breaks,


From Dusty Neglect to Winning Design Chapman University's Digital Media Arts Center Receives Coveted 2018 Governor's Historic Preservation Award

September 20, 2018 by | Campus Life

A former industrial building transformed by Chapman University into a high-tech learning space for the next generation of Hollywood storytellers is the recipient of a 2018 Governor’s Historic Preservation Award. The Digital Media Arts Center on Cypress Street in Old Towne Orange is among just six projects statewide to receive one of this year’s prestigious


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


Come Celebrate With Us! This year's Chapman Celebrates will honor friends, supporters and Grateful Dead founding member Bob Weir.

September 11, 2018 by | Campus Life

It started in the ballroom of an Anaheim hotel, where a few hundred close friends of what was then Chapman College gathered for the annual Founder’s Day event. The celebration featured a program of choral music built around a simple theme: American renewal. The year was 1981, and it was curtain up for American Celebration,


Chapman is No. 5 in West in U.S. News Rankings with Reputation on the Rise

September 10, 2018 by | Campus Life

Chapman University ranks among the top schools in the West, according to the U.S. News & World Report annual “Best Colleges” list released today. In particular, Chapman’s reputation score ticked upward in the annual list, helping the University maintain for the second consecutive year the No. 5 spot in the competitive category of Regional Universities


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