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apartment building at sunset

Chapman Increases Campus Housing with Purchase of Anaheim Apartment Building The acquired apartment building in the Platinum Triangle means over 50% of undergrads can reside in campus housing, reducing parking and traffic issues for neighbors in the City of Orange.

ANAHEIM — Chapman University has purchased an apartment building in Anaheim’s Platinum Triangle to provide additional campus housing for students.  The new residence hall to be named Chapman Court is located at 2045 S...

war letters

WWII Combat Artist Ed Reep’s Family Donates Hundreds of Letters and Original Art Pieces to Chapman University Letters and art by WWII veteran Ed Reep were donated to Chapman University’s Center for American War Letters and the Hilbert Museum of California Art.

World War II combat artist Ed Reep’s daily habit of writing home saved his life, says his daughter Susan Reep, of Bakersfield. In the collection of war time letters and pieces of original art she recently donated to...

Students walking on Chapman campus.

Political Corruption, Illness, and the Threat of Nuclear Attack from Russia Top Chapman University’s Annual Survey of American Fears This year’s top 10 fears hint that Americans are fixated on government, the threat of harm to loved ones, and environmental and economic concerns.

Chapman University sociologists and researchers have released the ninth annual Survey of American Fears revealing 92 terrifying trends and new insights into the nation’s top fears. Americans fear being a victim of mass...