My name is Sixtine Foucaut, and I’m a senior with a double major in Communication Studies and Spanish, and a minor in Environmental Studies. I’m also in Chapman’s Accelerated Graduate Program pursuing a Masters in International Studies. Since this is my last semester as an undergraduate student, I spent some time this summer looking for internships I could complete this fall semester, hoping I would find something exciting in the midst of the pandemic. As soon as I heard about an internship opportunity through my job at Chapman’s Office of Sustainability, I was eager to apply. I would be spending my semester interning with Backyard Bees – a small, women-owned, local, and sustainable business based right here in Orange. This would mean I would learn how a small business communicates with their customers, work at the Orange Home Grown Farmers Market, bottle honey, make small batch beeswax products, learn how a business runs their social media, and most importantly get to work with honeybees.
With her new book, A Cultural History of Color in the Renaissance, Dr. Amy Buono, Assistant professor in the Department of Art at Wilkinson College, hopes to provide a resource for anyone interested in exploring the rich history of culture and color in early modern Europe. Dr. Buono’s book is the third volume of the
In honor of Woman’s History Month, we are highlighting some of the work of women artists acquired by the Escalette Collection of Art this year as part of the Engaging the World: Leading the Conversation on the Significance of Race initiative. Carla Jay Harris is a multidisciplinary artist whose practice includes photography, installation, collage, and