Category - Arts and Entertainment

Honoring two high-wattage heroes of Chapman Radio

If you think the programming on Chapman Radio can be all over the dial, you should hear the stories about how much its studio has moved all around the campus since its launch in 1967. Those tales of a life on the move...

Welcome to the collection!

Chapman’s Phyllis and Ross Escalette Permanent Collection of Art just keeps growing! The latest additions are 16 pieces that were previously part of the Taco Bell Collection, which was closed and the works donated...

Friday's Holocaust Contest Awards Ceremony will be taped for Web

Year after year — now in its 11th straight year — one of the most thrilling and moving events held on campus is the annual Holocaust Art and Writing Awards ceremony, presented by the Rodgers Center for...

Elie Wiesel to give talk for campus community on April 26

As previously announced in Happenings, Nobel Peace Prize laureate Elie Wiesel will return to Chapman University to appear at a gala on April 25 to celebrate the 10th anniversary of the Rodgers Center for Holocaust...

"Catch-22" screening: Let the stories fly

  From performing with actors who became lifelong friends to getting dropped off in the Mexican desert and wondering if a car really was going to come pick him up, Richard Benjamin shared tales from “a different...

Chapman receives top honor from Freedoms Foundation

The Freedoms Foundation at Valley Forge-OC Chapter held their 42nd National Annual Awards Luncheon and Presentation of Medals on Saturday, February 27 at Chapman University. Chapman University received the Freedoms...

Chapman students are Oscar Red Carpet finalists!

It’s down to the wire this pre-Oscar week, and Chapman students Rachel Berry and Christian Hartnett have been selected one of just three final pairs in MTVu’s Oscar Red Carpet Student Correspondent Contest...

Theatre Dept. scores big at Kennedy Center festival

Nina LeNoir, Ph.D., chair of Chapman’s Department of Theatre, reports: Chapman University was very well represented at the Kennedy Center American College Theatre Region 8 Festival in St. George, Utah, February 8...

Oscar-nominated "The Hurt Locker" to screen on Tuesday

On Tuesday, March 2, the Chapman University Democrats will be screening the Oscar-nominated film The Hurt Locker in Beckman 102 at 7 p.m.  The Hurt Locker is an intense portrayal of an elite bomb-disposal squad in...

Fowles Literary Series kicks off on Monday, Feb. 22

One of the biggest events of the Chapman year is always the John Fowles Literary Series, which for the past two decades, under the leadership of Mark Axelrod, Ph.D. of the Department of English and the John Fowles...