An art exhibition spans the halls of Chapman University’s Roosevelt Hall, inviting viewers to consider the environmental wrongs perpetuated against the landscape.
Speakers present strategies for responding to oil spills along California’s coastline.
A book talk features a visit from the author, an environmental activist.
Those events could be a lineup on any university calendar. But at Chapman many are student-led activities and programs. First-year students dipped into a university art collection to curate that exhibition, others in an upper division course gave the oil spill talks to local community and nonprofit groups and a young alumna is the visiting author.