Category - Campus Life

Workshop: University Contracting 101 on Feb. 11

Janine DuMontelle, office of legal affairs, will explain the common requirements and terms used in university contracts, how to select the appropriate approved templates and tips to help get university contracts...

Classifieds: Week of Feb. 1

Classifieds for week of Feb. 1. Classifieds are free and will be posted weekly. Your ad runs for a week unless otherwise specified. Free to good home: 2 happy and fun parakeets.  Bob (almost 1 year old) and Becca (4...

A new look for Happenings!

We’ve moved Happenings to a format that  is a lot easier to read online, and one that also gives our news greater visibility on the Web. All of the same features are here. But now you’ll be able to...

Remembering Dr. Richard Watson

Richard A. R. Watson, Ph.D., professor of Communication Studies and English who taught at Chapman for more than 40 years and helped found the Communication program, has passed away. “Richard had a quirky...

Join Chapman University on Facebook!

Did you know that Chapman University has an official Facebook fan page? Post your responses to photos, videos, news and talk to students, prospective students, parents and others here! To find it, log in to your...

Meetings: Bible study, book club, Weight Watchers

Faculty and staff Bible study Please join us for a weekly Bible study Wednesdays from noon to 1 p.m. in the Chapman Chapel at Maple and Grand.  This is a new group, and we are open to format.  Call Patricia at x6076 for...

Classifieds

Classifieds for week of Jan. 25. Classifieds are free and will be posted weekly. Your ad runs for a week unless otherwise specified. Room for rent in North Tustin (Cowan Heights): First-floor guesthouse (about 1,200...

State of the University Address is Feb. 26

Mark your calendars! President Doti will give his annual State of the University Address on Feb. 26 (Friday) from 11 a.m. to noon in Memorial Hall. Those who have attended before know that in addition to giving an...

Memorial Hall: I see your true colors

Painters are busy restoring the ornate proscenium arch that frames the stage of our 950-seat auditorium in Memorial Hall to its original colors. When the building opened in 1921 (back then it was the auditorium for...