Category - Features

Seasoned Leader – In the post-Quesalupa world that is the Taco Bell test kitchen, Brad Natsume (M.S. ’13) adds his expertise to the mix, chasing the next great menu item. In the post-Quesalupa world that is the Taco Bell test kitchen, Brad Natsume (M.S. ’13) adds his expertise to the mix, chasing the next great menu item.

Enjoy a flavorsome visit to the birthplace of Taco Bell products.  Sample the company’s commitment  to quality and the role Brad Natsume (M.S. ’13) plays in spicing up the menu. Go to chapman.edu/podcasts. How could you...

‘Like Music from Mars’ Often playing one-of-a-kind instruments, Grammy-winning percussionist Nicholas Terry crafts a special connection with chamber audiences. Often playing one-of-a-kind instruments, Grammy-winning percussionist Nicholas Terry crafts a special connection with chamber audiences.

  Hear a sampling of percussion instruments and the extraordinary music of Harry Partch as performed by the Grammy-winning  ensemble PARTCH. Catch the full interview with Professor Nick Terry at chapman...

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Into the Blue – Lia Halloran’s art explores universal themes, attracting viewers, students and astrophysicists eager to make the interstellar journey Lia Halloran’s art explores universal themes, attracting viewers, students and astrophysicists eager to make the interstellar journey

  Tour Lia Halloran’s Deep Sky exhibit with the artist and her colleagues. Go inside her studio and learn more about her collaboration  with astrophysicist Kip Thorne. Visit chapman.edu/podcasts. Want more? Watch...

A Giant Among Them – Jack Horner’s oversized insights turn the lonely hills of eastern Montana into a treasure trove of dinosaur discovery. Jack Horner’s oversized insights turn the lonely hills of eastern Montana into a treasure trove of dinosaur discovery.

  Join Jack Horner at the dig site of a dinosaur discovery — the 13th T-Rex of the Hell Creek Project — in his native Montana. Go inside his breakthrough thinking, which has shaken up scientific theory...

A world of sustainable impact – For students in Chapman’s Environmental Science and Policy program, an Earth Day ethos resonates all year long For students in Chapman's Environmental Science and Policy program, an Earth Day ethos resonates all year long

From Paris to Sacramento, the Gulf of Mexico to the wilds of Montana, the Randall Dining Commons to the White House lawn, Chapman University students are putting environmental science into practice and turning that...

A Culture of Inclusion – To welcome more of the underrepresented, Chapman must change the realities that drive perceptions. The Diversity Project takes up that challenge. To welcome more of the underrepresented, Chapman must change the realities that drive perceptions. The Diversity Project takes up that challenge.

When Leti Romo hears stories of students suffering racial or cultural slights, she knows just how stinging those experiences can be. The Chapman staff member has been wounded herself, even in seemingly innocuous moments...

‘Inhumanity Starts With Insensitivity’ Excerpt from Chapman Law professor Tom Campbell’s Marcus Kaufman Jurisprudence Award from the Anti-Defamation League Excerpt from Chapman Law professor Tom Campbell's Marcus Kaufman Jurisprudence Award from the Anti-Defamation League

To be recognized by the Anti-Defamation League is tremendously meaningful to me. The record of the Anti- Defamation League, since 1913, has been to protect victims of prejudice, to oppose acts and words of hate, and to...