Great things are happening at Chapman University. As we plan a future with that momentum in mind, we want to hear from you about what we can do to improve the Chapman Experience for all members of our community. Through Dec. 22 we are conducting a short survey and inviting all students, faculty, staff, alumni
An education prepares us for life and work. Yet no class could have readied poet Carolyn Forché for the moment in El Salvador in 1978 when a military man dumped a sack of human ears onto the table where they had just dined on rack of lamb and good wine. The young translator turned that
She didn’t expect the tears and nostalgia. After all, it had been nearly 40 years since Susan Reyburn Lemieux ’77 had visited Chapman University. Driving back to campus this fall, she imagined things would be quite different now. Hardly recognizable. Then Lemieux saw iconic Memorial Hall, the 96-year-old building overlooking the historic core of campus.
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.
Sierra Levanto became an entrepreneur as a high school sophomore in Boston. However, it took a cross-country move and meeting her mentor at Chapman before she decided to pursue her product idea professionally. Levanto, 19, is a senior business administration major with an emphasis in marketing. She recently participated in the Titan Fast Pitch Competition
It was standing room only Thursday evening in the Fish Interfaith Center, as well as in an overflow room which received a live feed, on campus where several hundred local students, community members and the Chapman family gathered to recall the horrific events of November 9, 1938. Kristallnacht, referred to as “the night of broken
Two celebrated filmmakers and a visionary philanthropist were honored, a cast of more than 100 student performers brought the audience to its feet in a rousing ovation and more than $1.5 million was raised for student scholarships during Chapman University’s 37th annual Chapman Celebrates scholarship fundraiser. The event recognized Sarah Ann Fowler and Dale E.
A U.S. ambassador. The chief medical officer at a regional medical center. An award-winning filmmaker whose breakout work created industry buzz. Those were just a few of the best and brightest alumni honored this fall at Chapman University’s Distinguished Alumni Awards Celebration. The awards were bestowed on 15 alumni, individuals who’ve used their talents to
Editor’s Note: Because of wind conditions and poor air quality from the Anaheim Hills fire, this year’s event has been cancelled. Chapman University students, faculty, staff and alumni are invited to celebrate all things Italian at the Ninth Annual Paul’s Piazza Pasta Party on Monday, Oct. 9, from 5 to 7 p.m. Admission is free
That smiling face on the Angel Stadium scoreboard Sept. 20 was Chapman University’s Victoria Carty, Ph.D., an associate professor of sociology in the Wilkinson College of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences. Carty was honored before the game as a Wells Fargo Home Run Hero for her work with Higher Ground, an Anaheim nonprofit that provides