Category - Alumni

My Lovely Time to Go Back in Time

I have returned home, but my mind still almost sings with details from our recent Chapman Class of ’63 reunion, which could not have gone better. I was swept back into the young person I once was, with nothing looming...

Class Notes: Fall 2013

Submit a Class Note. 1960s Don Barrett, B.A. communication ’64, was hired to take over the Orange County Register’s radio column for the late Gary Lycan. 1970s Charles E. “Chuck” Bailey, M.A. education ’77...

In Memoriam: The Rev. Dean Echols ’46

An alumnus who literally sang the praises of Chapman University and served as an unflagging supporter of alumni activities, the Rev. Dean Echols ’46 passed away Aug. 28. He was 88. Friends and colleagues remembered...

Cancer survivor Katie Murphy ’15 models some of the fashionable covers she devised to replace the blah hospital-issue fabric used to cover an external port she had in her arm during chemotherapy treatment. Her work has earned her a nomination for the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society Woman of the Year.

Sophomore Katie Murphy socks it to cancer with a touch of medical fashion

In 2009 Katie Murphy ’15 was in a race for her life as she launched into a seven-month treatment to battle stage III Hodgkin’s lymphoma. Today she is a cancer survivor and studying studio art at Chapman University...

Graduation Day finally comes for alumnus torn away by World War II internment

In 1941, Paul Nagano ’42 was a carefree student at then-Chapman College, enjoying pranks with his fraternity brothers, studying theology and playing basketball on the squad he describes as “too short to play...