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Students aren’t clear on where to turn for advising at Chapman

By Danielle Konovitch
| May 7, 2018

Chapman University offers a cohesive academic advising program, but students don’t know how to use it.
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Chapman does not have a specific policy for student arrestees

By Lauren Thomas & Jackie Samuelsen
| May 3, 2018

After the arrest of two Chapman students, the director of student conduct, Colleen Wood said there is no specific policy concerning how Chapman should respond after a student’s arrest.
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E-Cigarettes Worry the FDA but Not Students

By Julien Khvang
| Apr 26, 2018

The Food and Drug Administration says the risks associated with tobacco products don’t go up in smoke when vapor is involved.
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Former Starbucks president addresses racially-linked Philadelphia arrests

By Rachael Kaufhold
| Apr 19, 2018

Howard Behar, former president of Starbucks, came to campus Wednesday night intending to speak about servant leadership in the business industry. However, his message was overshadowed by talk of the controversial arrests in a Philadelphia Starbucks last week.
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Students agree Starbucks Coffee tastes better than social justice

By Julien Khvang & Julian Fesman
| Apr 18, 2018

Chapman students interviewed at the campus Starbucks appeared undisturbed over the arrest of two black men at a Philadelphia Starbucks, which has prompted calls for a boycott of the coffee chain.
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City of Orange votes to oppose California’s sanctuary law

By Greta Nagy
| Apr 12, 2018

The city of Orange will not sue California, but will comply with Immigration and Customs Enforcement, continuing deportations despite state law.
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Chapman alumni accused of stealing ideas for the sci fi thriller “Stranger Things”

By Katie Whitman
| Apr 8, 2018

Chapman alumni Matt and Ross Duffer, the creators of “Stranger Things” are being sued for allegedly stealing story ideas from another film.
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Students Struggle to Find Adequate Housing

By Samantha Wong
| Apr 2, 2018

As this school year comes to a close, students find themselves worrying over where they are going to live in the upcoming year.
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Remembering Professor Ronald Rotunda

By Rylea Gillis
| Mar 19, 2018

After a short hospital stay, Professor Ronald Rotunda of Dale E. Fowler School of Law, passed away March 14, battling complications from pneumonia. He was 73.
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With Sympathy, We Mourn Professor Ron Rotunda

By Prowl Staff
| Mar 15, 2018

We bow our heads at the passing of another professor this semester.  Today the Chapman community was notified of professor Ronald Rotunda’s unexpected death. He passed away by way of complications resulting from pneumonia. We send our condolences to his family and friends in this time of sorrow. Professor Rotunda was the Doy & Dee…
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