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THE FORWARD: Jews Must Push For More Diverse Children’s Books SHIRA KLEIN, associate professor of history, wrote a piece about the need for children’s books that center on underrepresented groups.

HOLLYWOOD REPORTER: Lena Waithe Teases Stage Production With Debbie Allen Dodge College Master Class with Emmy-winning actor-screenwriter Lena Waithe was recapped.

WASHINGTON POST: ‘Dearest Sweetheart’: The passion and poignancy of wartime love letters ANDREW CARROLL, founding director of the Center for American War Letters at Chapman, featured about the center’s work in preserving stories of love during times of war.

THE SACRAMENTO BEE: California’s COVID vaccine schedule keeps changing. Here’s why JEFF GOAD, professor and chair of the Department of Pharmacy Practice, quoted on the logistics and framework of who is to receive the COVID vaccine, and how this framework is a "living document"

HOLLYWOOD REPORTER: Bryan Cranston Surprises Chapman University Students During Virtual Master Class Dodge College’s Master Class, where award-winning actor-director Bryan Cranston made a surprise virtual appearance, is recapped.

OC REGISTER: High School Student’s Nonprofit Seeks Social Justice Reforms The Panther Experiential Philanthropy Project (PEPP) mentioned for their support towards high school students that worked with the OC Justice Project to hand-package COVID-19 safety supply kits to give to people recently released from state prison.

CALMATTERS: Despite Months to Prep, Why California Lags on COVID Vaccination JEFF GOAD, professor and chair of the Department of Pharmacy Practice, quoted about California’s handling of the coronavirus vaccine rollout and the complexities behind it.

FOODBEAST: Is Subway’s Tuna Lawsuit Too Fishy To Be True?

LAS VEGAS REVIEW-JOURNAL: GameStop Stock Surging Lures Some Las Vegans to Join Wild Ride STEVEN GJERSTAD, presidential fellow in the Economic Science Institute, quoted about about GameStop shares’ sudden spike.

SPECTRUM NEWS: Chapman University Works with Nonprofit to Help Formerly Incarcerated Youth Victoria Carty, associate professor of sociology, interviewed about a Chapman's partnership that is providing formerly incarcerated youths with courses taught by Chapman professors.

THE ATLANTIC: The Far Right’s Fear of ‘Glowies’ PETE SIMI, associate professor of sociology, quoted in this story about the secret language of the far right.

LOS ANGELES TIMES: I Tried to Start a Pandemic Pod for my 5-Year-Old. Here’s How it Went Wrong Laura Glynn, professor of psychology, quoted about the additional stresses of parenting young kids during the COVID-19 pandemic.

KPBS: Following Capitol Siege, Veterans Hope For More Deradicalization Programs PETE SIMI, associate professor of sociology, interviewed on military veterans who took part in the siege on Capitol Hill.

THE KELLY CLARKSON SHOW: Rex Chapman Meets Teacher Who Went Viral On His Twitter James Brown, professor of peace studies, and Chapman Student Valentyna Simon '24, who organized a surprise Zoom "thank you" message for Dr. Brown, recapped their experiences on The Kelly Clarkson Show.

AARP: How Will Moviegoing Change in 2021? STEPHEN GALLOWAY, dean of Dodge College, quoted about his predictions for what moviegoing will look like in 2021.

NBC NEWS: Students thank teachers in viral TikTok trend JAMES BROWN, professor of peace studies, and his class' surprise "thank you" message featured.

BUSTLE: The Heartwarming Message Behind “Main Character” Videos On TikTok AMY JANE GRIFFITHS, assistant professor of clinical counseling, quoted about the TikTok trend that is inspiring people to harness "main character energy" in their everyday lives.

OC REGISTER: 500,000 jobs were lost and 6,600 lives were saved by California’s pandemic mandates, study says JIM DOTI, president emeritus, and his Economic Forecast findings on the impact of California's strict business limitation featured.

SPECTRUM NEWS: COVID-19 Vaccine on Its Way, but Will Every Health Care Worker Want It? KARL HESS, associate professor of pharmacy, interviewed about the COVID-19 vaccine and how it is only effective with widespread participation.

USA TODAY: ‘Most valuable surrogate’: Spouses key in battleground states, lending firepower in final campaign push Lori Cox Han, professor of political science, quoted about the role of women and spouses in politics.

OC REGISTER : Chapman University offers its Panther Village for first responders to self-isolate DANIELE STRUPPA, on residential housing for first responders.

DANIELE STRUPPA, on residential housing for first responders.