Chapman Student Interns in NYC With The Daily Show

November 27, 2023 by Erika Taylor | News

Wilkinson College Journalism Student Antony Post (24′ B.A. Film and Media Studies, Journalism minor) interned with The Daily Show in New York City earlier this year as a Production Intern.  During his internship, Post undertook a variety of responsibilities within different departments at the show. These tasks included acting as a production assistant on filmed


A Discussion on Trans Health with Chapman Alum

November 27, 2023 by Syd Brewster | News

As part of the Engaging the World: Leading the Conversation on Health Equity series, Wilkinson College of Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences and Crean College of Health and Behavioral Sciences recently hosted a Trans Health and Wellness panel featuring trans Chapman alumni who are active in the community. According to the panelists, there was no visibility


Defining Democracy: Democratic Commitment in the Arab World

November 16, 2023 by | Wilkinson College

Assistant Professor Hannah Ridge (Political Science) recently published her first book, Defining Democracy: Democratic Commitment in the Arab World. The book focuses on how Arabic-speakers in the Middle East use the word dimuqratiyya. The English translation – democracy – fails to capture the nuance of how the word is employed, according to Dr. Ridge. “When


Celebrating First-Generation College Students

November 8, 2023 by | News

November 8 was National First-Generation College Day, honoring the Higher Education Act of 1965 and Chapman University celebrated first-gen students with a week-long list of events, helping to support them through study sessions, letter writing, food, and teaching them about the Promising Futures Program (PFP) at Chapman. As part of the celebration, the Voice of


Wilkinson Alum Honored with Award for Successful Career

October 30, 2023 by Isabella Mahar | News

A successful career in the non-profit sector has garnered Natalie Reider (‘06 BA Art History) a 40 Under 40 award by the Irvine Chamber of Commerce. She has spent the past eight years working at Jamboree Housing Corporation, where she has worked her way up to Senior Vice President of Community Operations. The award recognizes


A Year That Mattered: 1940 - 41

October 24, 2023 by Syd Brewster | News

The Rodgers Center for Holocaust Education recently invited historian Daniel Greene and documentary filmmaker Pierre Sauvage to speak on “A Year That Mattered: Varian Fry and the Refugee Crisis, 1940 – 41.” Greene, who works at the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum and Sauvage, a French-American documentary filmmaker who is a child survivor of the


Wilkinson Student Receives Hands-On Experience at Hawaii News Now Internship

October 24, 2023 by Erika Taylor | News

Last summer, Wilkinson College student Kiana Kalahele (24′ B.S. Business Administration Marketing, B.A. English Journalism) interned at Hawaii News Now, having been selected to participate in the prestigious Dow Jones News Internship Program. “I was able to cover and report on stories of my own interest, which was a lot of fun,” Kalahele said. “One


The Top 10 Fears in America 2023

October 20, 2023 by By Sam Andrus (’23)  | News

This fall marks the ninth wave of the Chapman University Survey of American Fears (CSAF). Conducted annually, the CSAF reveals the top 10 fears in America, following trends over time and identifying new fears as they emerge. The CSAF surveys a nationally representative sample to understand the fears that keep Americans up at night. Wave


Bridges to Life

October 10, 2023 by Sweet Lou Mader Dauk | Events

The Ferrucci Institute for Italian Experience and Research hosted its first talk in the Windows to Italy series with a lecture by Dr. Thomas Harrison, a professor of Italian Studies at UCLA, whose lecture explored how the concept of bridges is a staple in Italian history. Introducing the series’s concept, Institute Director Dr. Federico Pacchioni

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