Author - Stephanie House

Wilkinson circa 1958.

“Blueprints of History” Exhibit Showcases Chapman’s Past

Chapman University hasn’t always called Old Towne Orange home. In fact, it wasn’t until 1954 that the university, known then as Chapman College, made its historic move from Los Angeles to the city of Orange...

Kamilah Evans

Kamilah Evans ’14 Takes a Unique Path to a Career Providing Care for the Underserved The medical student's Chapman Instagram takeover extends her impact as a micro-influencer.

Kamilah Evans ’14 has seen the statistics — she knows that less than 6% of U.S. physicians identify as black. So she wants to inspire a new generation of doctors, especially those of color, by showing that a...

Helen Norris and staff have a meeting.

Chapman University’s CIO Helen Norris is Elected to the Board of EDUCAUSE

Helen Norris, Chapman University’s Vice President and Chief Information Officer, has been elected to the board of EDUCAUSE, described by its leadership as “a non-profit committed to advancing higher education through...

From left, Susan Yang and Menas Kafatos accept an award.

Faculty Notes: Menas Kafatos, Ph.D., and Susan Yang, Ph.D., Attend Peace Event in South Korea

Professors Menas Kafatos, Ph.D., and Susan Yang, Ph.D., attended “Let’s DMZ,” a forum hosted near the North and South Korean Demilitarized Zone celebrating the first anniversary of the Pyongyang Joint...

WordTheatre Returns Monday, Oct. 7, With Author Bobbie Ann Mason Free event will feature Actors Tess Harper and Cassidy Freeman Reading Mason's Stories.

Acclaimed Kentucky novelist, short story writer and literary critic Bobbie Ann Mason will bring Southern flair to Chapman’s Orange campus on Monday, Oct. 7, as part of WordTheatre’s fall lineup. Actors Tess...

Black hole

Chapman Hosts Day One of ‘2019 Copenhagen Interpretation and Beyond’ Conference

Chapman University’s Center of Excellence in Earth Systems Modeling and Observations will host the first day of the 2019 Copenhagen Interpretation and Beyond Conference on Friday, Oct. 18, from 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m...

Bryleigh and Mona in front of Fish.

At the Intersection of Faith and Community Students attend the Interfaith Leadership Institute and share how dialogue can help.

It’s safe to say that these days it can take an act of courage to start a discussion about politics. But what if taking part in conversations about faith can help bring people together? Chapman University students...

Beckman Hall, home to Argyros School of Business and Economics.

Classes Cancelled on Oct. 9 as of 4 p.m. President George W. Bush Will Visit Campus in Honor of 20th Anniversary of Argyros School of Business and Economics

In honor of the 20th Anniversary Celebration of the George L. Argyros School of Business and Economics, Chapman University will host special guest George W. Bush, 43rd President of the United States, on Wednesday, Oct...

Students talk

Undeclared? Academic Advising’s ‘Majors in Minutes’ Event Can Help

“What’s your major?” This common question might be a major point of stress if you’re an undeclared college freshmen or sophomore. Not at Chapman University. Instead, undeclared students are...

Basti Lopez de la Luz

Undocumented Students Conference to Bring Awareness to Campus Community

Just 5 to 10 percent of undocumented students pursue higher education and even fewer graduate with an advanced degree, according to the U.S. Department of Education. Basti Lopez de la Luz, graduate student in the M.A...