IN THIS ISSUE
- Message from the President: Rather than a product, Chapman offers a promise.
- First Person: Five decades later, a year of upheaval still stirs vivid
- Chapman’s full-time MBA program ranks among the best in the nation.
- For a student activist, the Cross-Cultural Center validates that “our existence matters.”
- A new program helps prepare first-generation students for professional success.
- The Keck Center is one of many projects transforming the campus footprint.
- Students’ success in competitions propels Fowler Law’s upward trajectory.
- Voices & Verities
- In Memoriam: Carol Neblett, Harry Ufland, Ron Rotunda, Les Walrath, Randy McCardle.
- Sports: The boys of ’68 recall Chapman’s first national title during a bittersweet reunion.
- Sports: The Panthers win SCIAC championships in baseball and women’s basketball.
- A Temianka Violin Scholar embraces his role as keeper of an instrumental legacy.
- LA Opera’s “Nabucco” creates a pinnacle moment for Musco Center.
- Chapman scholars lead the search for solutions to California’s housing crisis.
- Fowler Law Professor Wendy Seiden helps clear a path out of homelessness.
- Muralist Aaron Wolken ’04 transports museum visitors to the great outdoors.
- Research experience leads alumnae to roles as advocates for climate policy.
The full spring 2018 issue of Chapman Magazine is now available in print and online.