Tag - Spring 2018 Chapman Magazine

Housing Hits Home – As costs rise and supply lags all across California, Chapman scholars lead the search for solutions. As costs rise and supply lags all across California, Chapman scholars lead the search for solutions.

A Refuge of Support: Aiding Survivors of Domestic Violence, Law Professor Wendy Seiden Helps Clear a Trail Out of Homelessness

Her First Home Was in North Morlan – For Jasmine Johnson ’15, memories of a childhood full of transient housing drive her to champion protections for at-risk youth. For Jasmine Johnson ’15, memories of a childhood full of transient housing drive her to champion protections for at-risk youth.

Super Commuter – With help from a Chapman subsidy, Brandi Valentine skirts the high cost of Orange County housing by taking the train to her Inland Empire home. With help from a Chapman subsidy, Brandi Valentine skirts the high cost of Orange County housing by taking the train to her Inland Empire home.

Where the Walls Go Wild – Creating art on a grand scale, muralist Aaron Wolken ’04 transports museum visitors to the great outdoors. Creating art on a grand scale, muralist Aaron Wolken ’04 transports museum visitors to the great outdoors.

History at His Fingertips – Temianka Violin Scholar Christopher Nelson ’21 embraces his role as keeper of an instrumental legacy. Temianka Violin Scholar Christopher Nelson ’21 embraces his role as keeper of an instrumental legacy.

A ‘Nabucco’ to Remember – LA Opera’s concert performance creates a pinnacle moment for Musco Center. LA Opera's concert performance creates a pinnacle moment for Musco Center.