Author - Robyn Norwood

Paul Churchill '05 behind the microphone as he records his 'Recovery Elevator' podcast.

Another Way to Sobriety Paul Churchill '05 and his podcast connect people who want to leave alcohol behind.

When Paul Churchill ’05 sits down alone behind a microphone in Bozeman, Montana, a community starts to come alive. My name is Paul Churchill and I have a confession to make. I’m 32 years old, I live in southwest Montana...

Research on Pediatric Opioid Prescribing Gains Notice

A study by Chapman University School of Pharmacy researchers evaluating trends in opioid prescribing for pediatric patients is gaining attention after being published by JAMA Network Open, an online journal of the...

Man with Dog in Kennedy Hall, Chapman University

Wounded in Iraq, Veteran Finds a New Mission at Fowler Law School

The newest students at Chapman University’s Dale E. Fowler School of Law are not only the most diverse class in the law school’s history, they also are among the most highly qualified, with a median LSAT score of 157...

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From the Warmth of the Earth Samples collected in a peatland bog by Jason Keller and his students may offer clues to an uncertain future.

AMID THE SCENT of spruce trees in northern Minnesota, an odd sight rises from the peatland bog. Ten silolike enclosures nearly 30 feet tall and 40 feet across dot a small area of the 2,800-acre Marcell Experimental...

Chapman students in the Wallace All Faiths Chapel

Chapman Named One of Nation’s 3 Safest Colleges for Jewish Students

Chapman University is one of three schools in the country ranked at the top of the Forward College Guide’s list of safest colleges for Jews. Chapman is the only college on the West Coast selected among the top 30, and...

From Choral Campers to Counselors Inspired by mentors, many choral campers return to Chapman to help lead the next generation in song.

They arrive as teenagers, just beginning to find their voices. But many of the high school students who have flocked to campus the last seven summers for the Chapman University Choral Music Camp return, again and again...

Students Offer Tech Help to Senior Citizens Fraternity member creates Orange Senior Center program.

A device like a smartphone, a tablet or a laptop can unlock the world. It also can sit useless in a drawer. Or frustrate to no end. Technological gadgets can be especially confounding to older people born long before...

Alumni Growing Grassroots Climate Advocacy Citizens' Climate Lobby's Krause, Wanous draw in students.

Combating climate change takes hundreds of decisions by millions of people to change small daily habits as well as big governmental policies. Chapman University alumni Taylor Krause ’16 and Sara Wanous ’17 are part of...

‘First-Gen’ Students Ready for Their Close-Ups New First and Foremost program focuses on career preparation.

Her achievements in high school helped Nathaly Del Real ’19 earn a full scholarship to a small New England liberal arts college, but she felt as adrift there as the snow. A first-generation college student, she was...

Chapman’s Efforts for the Earth Spring Forth Projects and special events abound as Earth Day approaches.

The earth renews itself each spring, and Chapman University’s efforts to sustain and protect the environment are abundant this year. The Rinker Health Science Campus recently earned a WaterStar Award from the Irvine...