Author - Michelle Yee

The Fulbright Experience – Chapman is a top producer of Fulbright scholars Chapman is a top producer of Fulbright scholars

When peace studies and art major Nimah Gobir ’15 applied to become a Fulbright scholar in Kolkata, India, she didn’t think she would be teaching classes by herself on her first day. “There were 50 kids in each section...

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The Warped Side of the Universe Astrophysicist Kip Thorne collaborates with Chapman artist Lia Halloran and others to explain the beauty of science

“You can present science in a bunch of ways” astrophysicist Kip Thorne , Ph.D. said during a talk at Chapman University’s Musco Center for the Arts on Thursday, May 12, as part of the Bensussen...

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Padres Unidos Celebration Graduation is a family affair for parents and preschoolers at Chapman University's Centro Comunitario de Educación

It’s graduation month not only for the seniors at Chapman University but also for the parents and preschoolers of the Padres Unidos program at the Centro Comunitario de Educación (Community Education...

Making the Scene – How’d we get that shot? We revisited some of the locations and captured what they looked like today, deepening our appreciation for these talented artists and for the California coast How'd we get that shot? We revisited some of the locations and captured what they looked like today, deepening our appreciation for these talented artists and for the California coast

While sitting in a weekly team meeting discussing the upcoming Hilbert Museum of California Art,* editor Dennis Arp and I were casually flipping through Hilbert collection book “Windows in Time.” In those pages are many...

Top Teacher of Tech

        Every veteran elementary school teacher has faced one of “those” classes – a mix of students who hop around like popcorn kernels in a hot pan, aren’t keen to follow instructions and would...

Lessons of Failure

        Jon-Barrett Ingels (Class of ’00) packaged his insecurities and what he calls failures into a rousing success. He recently published his first book, the nonfiction memoir-novella How to...

A Call to Serve

        The Rev. Todd Adams ’94 recently was named president-elect/senior vice president by the Pension Fund of the Christian Church (Disciples of Christ). In his new role, he will manage more than...

A Dream Awakens

        Ken Bunt ’93 had long dreamed of a career in entertainment – and what better place to live your dream than at Disney, where it’s known that dreams come true? As president of Disney Music...

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Dynamite Activism

        Galal Kernahan ’48, was born into a family of Methodist ministers on the rural outskirts of Phoenix. With public service as a career goal, he attended Chapman in the nascent days after World...

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The Legacy of Heart Mountain

        Toshiko “Toshi” Ito ’46 cradled her rough-edged Chapman diploma and pulled out a creased graduation photo. “I was so young,” she said. “My hair was so black then.” During a recent visit to...