Category - Humanities & Society

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New Orleans Interterm Course Provides 15 Years of Perspective on Crisis Response Chapman students take the long view on leadership, investing their labor to learn about rebuilding resilient communities after Hurricane Katrina.
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Trinity Huynh ’24 Advocates for Higher Education with State Legislators
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Chapman’s Thompson Policy Institute on Disability Secures $1.2 Million in New Grants
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CUSP Professor Receives Grant to Continue Search for HIV Prevention Outcomes
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Chapman Holds Inaugural MLK Community Award Reception
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Chapman Law Students Get Courtroom Experience Through Criminal Law Clinics Fowler School of Law partners with Orange County district attorney and public defender.
Actor, activist and author George Takei poses with students.
‘I Will Never Be Able to Forget’: George Takei Shares Internment Experience with Chapman ‘Star Trek’ actor, activist tells his family’s story as part of Wilkinson College series
Large altar - "ofrenda" for Day of the Dead
What is Day of the Dead and How Does Chapman Celebrate?
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The Top 10 Fears in America 2022 "Corrupt Government Officials" tops the list of what Americans fear in the annual Chapman University Survey of American Fears.
LGBTQIA+ flag in front of Chapman campus building
What’s the Difference Between LGBT History Month and Pride Month?
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Reclaiming Our Voices: The Ethnic Studies Movement in Santa Ana Unified School District A new law requires ethnic studies education for all high school students in California; Chapman asked representatives from the Santa Ana Unified School District to discuss why ethnic studies matters.
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The Life and Art of Charlotte Salomon