Category - Alumni

Chapman Family Homecoming Celebration

An orthopedic surgeon, a Cy Young Award- winning pitcher and the leader of a statewide collaborative for better schools are among the latest winners of Chapman University Distinguished Alumni Awards. Dr. Michael Pahl...

Panthers on the Prowl

Tom Elliott ’60 and Pat Elliott ’60 (M.A. ’74), left, traveled recently on a Silversea cruise to the Caribbean Islands. The Elliotts were joined by fellow alumni Paul Prichard ‘60 and Marcia Prichard ‘68 (M.A. ’74)...

‘You Must Go To Pilgrimage’ Inspired by an alumna, a professor finds the courage to exceed her own expectations.

I knew who Toshi Ito ’46 was because I had read her memoirs, but we didn’t meet until the 2011 event at which Chapman University launched its Asian Studies minor. When we first spoke, Toshi asked me whether my family...

Cause for Celebration at the Oscars Best Picture Win for 'Green Book' is Sweet Silver Lining for Chapman Film Alumnus

A Chapman University alumni filmmaker has been nominated in this year’s Academy Awards for his editing work on the acclaimed feature film “Green Book.”

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A Heart for Helping Others Chapman alumna's near-death experience inspires her hospice work.

Chapman University alumna Michelle Wulfestieg has told the story of her near death many times, but tears still spring to her eyes when she recounts that winter night in 2008. She had just left a print shop with her...

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...

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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...

Chapman Alum to Feature City of Orange on ABC7 All students, staff and faculty are invited to the live broadcast of the "In the Neighborhood" segment on Oct. 10

From the restored historic homes to the annual International Street Fair to the vibrant community, the city of Orange has a distinct charm to it that is unlike anywhere else. For Marc Cota-Robles ’06, Orange is more...

Memories of 1968: An Historic Year of Upheaval Stirs Deep Reflection

JERRY HICKS, Chapman University journalism lecturer and former Los Angeles Times columnist: It was the year, as a college journalist, I made my way by bus from Indiana University to Indianapolis to hear Robert F...

Her First Home Was in North Morlan – For Jasmine Johnson ’15, memories of a childhood full of transient housing drive her to champion protections for at-risk youth. For Jasmine Johnson ’15, memories of a childhood full of transient housing drive her to champion protections for at-risk youth.

It’s often in the supermarket checkout line when Jasmine Johnson ’15 is filled with memories of growing up as a homeless child. She looks down at the cart with the $5 carton of ice cream and the $4 wedge of cheese and...