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Debunking the Myth The National Surveys Don't Lie

October 9, 2019 by | News

We’ve all heard it before. “There are no jobs for Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences majors” Well, according to Survey results from the Association of American Colleges and Universities, in collaboration with Hart Research Associates, that way of thinking is, to put it bluntly, wrong. Graduates who majored in the arts, philosophy, religion, literature, history,

Juggling Academics and Sports … and Succeeding We Talk with Chapman Catcher Cooper Foard

October 8, 2019 by | News

This summer Chapman Baseball took home the Division III National Championship title, sweeping Birmingham-Southern College in the best-of-three National Championship Series and among those hard-working ballplayers was Wilkinson’s very own Cooper Foard (’22  Political Science Major). “It was (and still is) surreal that we won it all,” said Foard. “Traveling out to Cedar Rapids and

War and Society Student Attends Bergen-Belsen International Summer School A guest post by War & Society student Tiana Taliep

October 3, 2019 by Tiana Taliep | News

Tiana Taliep is an Archivist for the Sala and Aron Samueli Holocaust Memorial Library and Archive at Chapman University since September 2017. Previously, she worked as a Processing Archivist at the New York Public Library. Tiana earned her B.A. in History from  Brooklyn College, and Master’s in Library and Information Science with a certification in

So you’re in an MFA program–now what? A guest post by MFA Candidate Ariel N. Banayan

September 17, 2019 by Ariel N. Banayan | English

Fear and Loathing in an MFA Before I started the MFA in Creative Writing program at Chapman University, my understanding of an MFA student wasn’t accurate. I imagined stereotypical nerds dropping words like preposterous, obfuscation, pellucidity, and sesquipedalian into day-to-day conversations to prove a point about their fancy craft, whatever that meant. Honestly, I knew

Professor Alicia Kozameh Participates in Historic Reunion of Over 350 Female Former Political Prisoners

September 13, 2019 by | English

On June 15th Professor of English Alicia Kozameh participated in a historic first reunion of more than 350 female former political prisoners, all of whom were held captive at the Villa Devoto prison in Buenos Aires during Argentina’s last military dictatorship. It is estimated that more than 30,000 people were disappeared or killed between 1976

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