The hurricanes keep coming, along with heartbreaking images of lives, homes and communities destroyed. So it’s understandable that well-meaning people feel compelled to launch a clothing drive, collect shoes or zoom down to the flooded communities to help the people who’ve lost everything in the storms. But don’t do it. At least not yet, say
It was the golden-brown eyes and work-worn face of the man in the outdoor mural that stopped the Chapman University student in her tracks. “It’s beautiful,” said Amanda Remy ’21, whose grandparents came from Mexico. “My family traditionally had the lighter brown eyes, so the way the eyes kind of seem to glow, that reminds
Crystal De La Riva ’09 (M.A. ’17) was a terrific student at Orange High School, earned scholarships and had the support of nearby family when she enrolled at Chapman University. So, despite being the first in her family to attend college, her transition to campus life should have been a breeze, right? Well, not quite.
Chapman University rose to No. 5 in its category in the annual U.S. News & World Report “Best Colleges” list released Tuesday. This year’s ranking is the highest ever earned by Chapman in the list of Regional Universities West. In addition, Chapman was one of just five Western Region schools included in the category of
A screening of the feature film Denial, a panel discussion with Armenian Genocide experts and a talk by a champion of human rights make up the fall events series offered by Chapman University’s Rodgers Center for Holocaust Education. The series “History, Memory, Justice” opens in Memorial Hall on Monday, Sept. 11, at 7 p.m. with
President Daniele Struppa sent the following message to the Chapman University community on Tuesday, Sept. 5
The first “thwack” of balls hitting racket strings came a little after 9 a.m. on the second day of fall semester classes. Seven students in instructor Beri Dwyer’s beginning tennis course became the first class to take the courts at Chapman University’s sleek new Erin J. Lastinger Tennis Center at the corner of Cypress Street
Chapman University welcomed its freshman class with words of wisdom, academic pageantry, fireworks and Panther traditions at its 2017 Opening Convocation Tuesday evening. For the 1,650 new students who filed onto Wilson Field, the occasion officially marked the beginning of their college careers and their entrance into the “Chapman family,” President Daniele C. Struppa said.
At Chapman, students with undeclared majors are welcomed and offered support in their journey to the just-right field of study.
Chapman University is one of the nation’s best institutions for higher education and is home to one of the country’s best student radio stations, according to students surveyed by The Princeton Review. The Princeton Review’s popular college guidebook once again lists Chapman as one of the best colleges in the nation, as well as a