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The Implications of Impeachment A Teachable Moment

November 15, 2019 by | Events

What is impeachment? “The President, Vice President and all Civil Officers of the United States, shall be removed from Office on Impeachment for, and Conviction of, Treason, Bribery, or other high Crimes and Misdemeanors.” — U.S. Constitution, Article II, section 4 According to National Public Radio (NPR), college professors and high school and middle school teachers are

What Makes Wilkinson So Special? Through the Eyes of a Student

November 6, 2019 by Philip Goodrich | News

By Philip Goodrich (”22) History and Integrated Educational Studies and a minor in Political Science When searching for my dream school, I was looking for a tight-knit community, small class sizes, endless opportunities, and a strong support system focused on student success. I can confidently say I found this with Chapman University. While I have

A Conversation About the Human Costs of War The Psychological and Emotional Impact of Going to War and Coming Home

October 30, 2019 by Sarah Markowitz | News

A veteran, a historian, and a therapist visited Chapman’s campus…and engaged in an enlightening, pertinent, and productive conversation about the human costs of war. Moderated by Dr. Gregory Daddis, the director of Chapman’s MA in War and Society program, Afghanistan War veteran Josue Barron, Dr. David Kieran, and Dr. Naveen Jonathan discussed the psychological and

Interterm and Spring 2020 Interdisciplinary Minor Courses Wilkinson College of Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences

October 25, 2019 by | News

On Monday, November 4, 2019 you can start to register for 2020 Interterm and 2020 Spring classes. Wilkinson College of Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences offers an abundance of Interdisciplinary Minor Courses, such as Disability Studies, Image Text Interface with Creative Writing Focus and more. Take a look at the list we created below to

Making Time for Pleasure Reading A guest post by MFA Graduate Mariam Said

October 15, 2019 by Mariam Said | News

By Mariam Said MFA Graduate Student Making time for pleasure reading is hard when you’re in a creative writing, literature, or rhetoric graduate program. It’s hard enough in other academic fields and careers, but the writing and reading assignments required by English classes takes a certain amount of joy out of what once may have

What exactly makes Disneyland the “Happiest Place on Earth”? Dr. Takaragawa Takes an Anthropological Look at Disneyland

October 14, 2019 by Ashley Lee | News

The first faculty lecture at the Town and Gown Lunch at the Forum for Fall 2019 featured Dr. Stephanie Takaragawa’s (Sociology) anthropological research at Disneyland. For over ten years she has taught an interterm class titled “Anthropology of Space and Place,” which uses anthropological theories and methods to critically examine the culture of Disneyland. Dr.

5 Tips for Getting the Most Out of Your College Visit During Discover Chapman Day

October 14, 2019 by Brendan Babish | News

Discover Chapman Day is Chapman University’s annual campus-wide open house for prospective undergraduate students and an ideal opportunity for anyone looking to do a college visit. This year, Discover Chapman Day is on Saturday, Nov. 9. All potential students and their families are invited. You can learn more and register here. For those who have

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