Remembering World War I, Thursday, Nov. 11, 5 p.m.

October 26, 2010 by | News

Remembering World War I, a poetry reading and lecture by Dean of Wilkinson College Patrick Quinn and Jennifer Keene, Professor of History. The program will look at the causes, the activities, and the results of the events of 1914—1918 which brought about catastrophic changes not only in Europe and North America but throughout the world.


Chapman Radio presents, The Mountain Goats, Nov. 12

October 26, 2010 by | News

Chapman Radio presents, The Mountain Goats on Friday, Nov. 12, 2010 at 8 p.m. in Memorial Hall.Tickets are $8, BUY NOW!  The Mountain Goats began life in a Norwalk employee-housing studio apartment that had awesome deco tiling on the bathroom floor but little more to recommend the place as a living space. Still, you take what


History majors chosen to read their papers about Nixon

October 26, 2010 by | History

Three of Chapman’s history majors, Mark Johnston, Matthew McCluggage and Kirsten Moore, were chosen to read their papers that responded to the question: “How would Nixon interpret what is happening today?” Johnston’s paper, “The Anti-Ballistic Missile Treaty: A Case Study on the Politics of Nuclear Non-Proliferation,” compared Nixon’s struggle with disarming Russia to the current


Phi Alpha Theta Food Drive

October 26, 2010 by | News

Phi Alpha Theta is hosting a canned food drive all this week. All students, staff and faculty are encourage to participate. You can bring cans to Roosevelt Hall, Room 200 until Friday, Oct. 29 at 5 p.m. Cans are being donated to the Orange County Food Bank.


Spanish Club is Back! First Meeting, Oct. 28

October 26, 2010 by | News

If you fall into any of the categories listed below, then this is the club for you! Please join us at our first open forum meeting to discuss plans for the year, officer selections, and show support for this amazing club. – If you like to speak Spanish– If you would like to learn/perfect your Spanish– If


A Night With … Karen Blixen (by Dr. Angela Tumini), Nov. 16, 2010

October 22, 2010 by | News

Danish writer and extraordinary woman, Karen Blixen (to be played by Dr. Angela Tumini) is the author of Babette’s Feast and Out of Africa, both adapted into highly acclaimed, Academy Award-winning motion pictures. Blixen remains a complex figure in the writing and history of colonial Africa. WHEN: Tuesday, Nov. 16, 2010TIME: 7 p.m.LOCATION: Wallace All Faiths Chapel


Freedom fighter who was jailed with Nelson Mandela meets with Chapman students

October 22, 2010 by | Events

South African freedom fighter Eddie Daniels recounts life under apartheid. Eddie Daniels, South African freedom fighter and prison mate of Nelson Mandela, visited Wilkinson College of Humanities and Social Sciences on Thursday, Oct. 21, and gave a very interesting luncheon talk about his experiences at a luncheon gathering sponsored by The Department of Peace Studies. 


Visual Arts Speaker Series – Kirsten Everberg

October 20, 2010 by | Events

The Visual Arts Speaker Series continues with artist Kirsten Everberg, Thursday, Oct. 28, 2010 at Chapman University, Moulton Hall 212, 7 p.m. One of the defining characteristics of Kirsten Everberg’s approach to painting is her ability to harmoniously combine image and process, deftly creating a tension between the subject of a painting and the abstract


Take a break and caffeinate … Tea & Sociology, Oct. 21, 2010

October 19, 2010 by | Events

India to Anguilla: A firsthand account to the effect of natural disasters and climate change on vulnerable peoples. Come hear Assistant Professor of Sociology Lynn Horton and fellow classmate Akio Lloyd talk about their summer research and travels. The Tea and Sociology event is a way of creating a community of intellectuals consisting of faculty and


The Femme Fatale in Literature with Dean of Wilkinson College Patrick Quinn

October 19, 2010 by | News

The archetypal figure of the femme fatale as a literary construct is a masculine creation. This lecture will explore the development of the femme fatale from her literary inception in France about 1840 through to her development in American literature which ends about 1920, a period that produced an unprecedented number of manifestations of her