Category - Chapman in the News

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NEWSWEEK: America is Headed for Class Warfare Joel Kotkin, the presidential fellow in urban futures, penned an opinion about the rising tide of class conflict that is problematic for Democrats and the GOP.
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SHOWBIZ CHEAT SHEET: ‘Squid Game’: Park Hae-soo Thinks Cho Sang-woo Was Pretty Reasonable Park joined the cast of 'Squid Game' and writer/director Hwang Dong-hyuk at a Q&A at Chapman University.
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VOGUE: Is Monogamy Over? Inside Love’s Sharing Economy Amy Moors, assistant professor of psychology, shares her expertise and research on romantic partnership.
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POPULAR SCIENCE: What an extraterrestrial archaeological dig tells us about space culture In the first archaeological survey of its kind, Justin St. P. Walsh, associate professor of art history and archaeology, is leading the International Space Station Archaeological Project (ISSAP) to study the physical objects used by astronauts aboard the 23-year-old laboratory and mini-community.
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THE SUNDAY TIMES: ‘Truly, Madly’ by Stephen Galloway review — Vivien Leigh, Laurence Olivier and the Romance of the Century
WUWF: First-ever archaeological study of humans in space launched Associate professors Justin Walsh of Chapman University, and Alice Gorman from Flinders University in Australia lead the effort
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CALMATTERS: Four experts share how college students stay safe during the omicron surge We asked four public health experts all your pressing questions about how to avoid catching omicron on campus.
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DALLAS INNOVATES: Freakonomics Radio Asks ‘Why Is Everyone Moving to Dallas?’
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NPR: Archaeologists launch first-ever ‘dig’ into life on the International Space Station First-ever archaeological study of humans in space, observes the lives of the crew living on the International Space Station
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APOLLO: Outer space – the final frontier for the art market? Justin Walsh, associate professor of art history and archaeology at Chapman University, discusses the long tradition of sending art to space.
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Engineering Dean and Chemistry Researcher Andrew Lyon Receives Distinguished Educator Award From Greater Irvine Chamber
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Time: What We Learned About Relationships During the Pandemic Jennifer Bevan, professor of communication, quoted in a Time article on relationship lessons during COVID-19.

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