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Appalachian Awakening

Sally Rubin was determined to get to know Appalachia – to untie the knot and disentangle the misconceptions that attach themselves to the region. But first she had to find her way there.

Getting to the Root of Racist Hate

Chapman researcher Pete Simi says we shouldn’t be surprised by violent nature of white supremacists. Chapman University Professor Pete Simi has been to birthday parties where the cake was shaped like a...

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...

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Getting to the Root of Racist Hate Chapman researcher Pete Simi says we shouldn't be surprised by violent nature of white supremacists.

Opening Doors As the Cross-Cultural Center marks a milestone, Kyler Asato ’18 and other students find “validation that our existence matters.”

Ready for Their Close-Ups A new Chapman program helps first-generation students prepare to step into the spotlight of career success.

Prepared to Meet Courtoom Challenges Chapman University’s Dale E. Fowler School of Law is on such a winning streak, it just might have to add another trophy case or two before long.

Reporting for Duty “I want to get Chapman on veterans’ radar," says the director of the University’s new center assisting those who have served.