Category - Chapman in the News

Peter Simi standing in front of graffiti wall
PBS FRONTLINE: After Jan. 6, Investigating the Contours of a “Broad Fascist Movement” in the U.S. Pete Simi, associate professor of sociology, interviewed for the PBS Frontline film, American Insurrection, which investigated the threat posed by violent far-right groups that have ties to anti-government, white supremacist ideologies and criminality.
Sala and Aron Samueli Holocaust Memorial Library at Chapman University
VOICE OF OC: OC Jewish Community Calls For An End On Comparing Coronavirus Vaccine to Holocaust Marilyn Harran, director of the Rodgers Center for Holocaust Education and Stern Chair in Holocaust Education, quoted about how comparisons of the coronavirus vaccination efforts to the Holocaust are offensive
Jeff Goad
LA TIMES: Will Johnson & Johnson woes make it harder to get COVID-19 vaccine in California? Jeff Goad, professor and chair of the Department of Pharmacy Practice, quoted about the Johnson & Johnson vaccine and the discussions on whether the cases of serious blood clots are connected to the vaccine or are coincidental
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CBS LOS ANGELES: Study Shows That Consumer Confidence In OC Is On The Rise As Residents Brace For Light At The End Of The Tunnel A new study from Chapman University finds that consumer confidence in Orange County is soaring back to pre-pandemic levels as businesses begin to reopen and more people receive their coronavirus vaccinations.
Jimmie C. Gardner head and shoulders photo
KTLA WEEKEND MORNING NEWS: Man fights 27 years for freedom after being wrongfully convicted Jimmie C. Gardner, criminal rights advocate and Chapman communication studies student, interviewed by KTLA about the fight to clear his name of a crime he didn’t commit back in 1989. After battling with courts for 27 years, he was finally exonerated in 2016.
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THE HOLLYWOOD REPORTER: Stacey Abrams on Georgia Voting Controversy: “Boycotts Work Best When the Target is Responsive” Chapman University's Dodge College of Film and Media Arts and Glamour magazine hosted a panel called "Women in Focus: Women, Big Tech and the Future of Hollywood," which included politician, author and producer Stacey Abrams as a panelist.
Image of Director Bong Jonn-Ho speaking at Chapman University's Busan International Film Festival in 2011.
THE HOLLYWOOD REPORTER: Filmmaker Bong Joon Ho on How Hollywood Should Respond to Anti-Asian Violence The Hollywood Reporter featured moments from the Dodge College Master Class with Oscar-winning filmmaker Bong Joon Ho.
Dodge College at night
ABELCINE: Chapman University Looks to the Future with Virtual Production Technology Dodge College's new installation of an LED wall featured on AbelCine.
Professor Kim standing in the lab
DAILY PILOT: Orange County Water District works to clean polluted groundwater from decades of manufacturing CHRISTOPHER KIM, professor of chemistry, quoted about an Orange County Water District project to clean up groundwater contamination.
Andy Carroll in Chapman class with letter
NY TIMES: An Online Museum Shows Life During Wartime Andrew Carroll, founding director of the Center for American War Letters at Chapman, featured about the new virtual Museum of American War Letters, making a range of communications from battle zones available online.
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AL JAZEERA: Why hate crime convictions are so difficult to secure in US Janine Young Kim, professor of law, quoted in an Al Jazeera story about why hate crime convictions are so difficult to secure in United States.
Dodge building up front.
NY TIMES: Ellen DeGeneres Loses 1 Million Viewers After Apologies for Toxic Workplace STEPHEN GALLOWAY, dean of Dodge College at Chapman University, quoted.