Car Still Drives Transportation Thinking

While automakers expect to have self-driving cars on the market within the next five years, the public may not be ready for them. That’s one of the many relevant findings in the latest Chapman University...

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The Mantle of Memory

The reception that follows the awards ceremony for Chapman University’s annual Holocaust Art & Writing Contest is full of contrasts. Holocaust survivors with canes, walkers and the aches and pains of age...


At the Core of Understanding

When your research project invites colleagues to think anew about questions that have been debated for centuries, you learn to welcome the unexpected. Like when you get a call out of the blue from a scholar...


Looking for Herself in the Media Mirror

Jacky Dang ’20 braces for the worst when she gets into an Uber or Lyft. Oftentimes drivers and other strangers she meets don’t believe her when she says she is from Huntington Beach. They ask where she is...


‘We saw so many moments of growth’

When I arrived at Chapman University in 2007, I had a go-to icebreaker for freshman orientation. I shared with the group that all of my schools – from preschool to college – are within a five-mile radius of...

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