Events

Events



Freedoms: House of the Arts and upcoming EP

By Marissa Sandoval
| May 2, 2018

Chapman band, Freedoms is performing Wed. May 2, 7:30 p.m. on Memorial Lawn at House of the Arts.
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Mother’s Day: a love-hate relationship

By Gaia Breccia & Anna Wilson
| May 1, 2018

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Four DIYs you can make for Mother’s Day

By Sydney Druckman
| May 1, 2018

Coming up with a gift to give your mom for Mother’s Day can be hard, especially when you’re on a budget. Here are four simple, and affordable DIYs you can make that your mother will love!
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What is Skit?

By Sydney Druckman
| Apr 26, 2018

Skit is one of the longest standing traditions here at Chapman.
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8 Things To Do if You’re Not Going to Coachella

By Katelyn Antilla & Ela Suvak
| Apr 18, 2018

If you didn’t get to go to Coachella the first week, and dread the second wave of Coachella, then here are eight ways to keep yourself distracted from the buzz of the festival.
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Claire Bishara: Chapman Student and Artist featured at the Anaheim Garden Walk Gallery

By Marissa Sandoval & Kyle Rosin
| Apr 14, 2018

Chapman student, Claire Bishara, was chosen out of approximately 15 other artists to paint a giant 17ft mural for the Anaheim GardenWalk outdoor entertainment and shopping center, which will be completed in May of this year.
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The Five Stages of Registration

By Anna Wilson
| Apr 9, 2018

It’s that time of the semester! The list of Fall 2018 classes is up, your MyChapman shopping cart is open, and you’re ready to put together a new schedule for next year.
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Young adults are protesting, but are not exercising their right to vote

By Katie Whitman & Danielle Konovitch
| Mar 15, 2018

Young adults around the country are marching, chanting, and kvetching on social media about easy access to guns, the deportations of their friends, and other public policies they decry as unjust and unwise.
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Hundreds of Chapman students stage walkout in #ENOUGH protest

By Ian Craddock, Naidine Conde, & Brittany Toombs
| Mar 14, 2018

In an act of memorial and protest, hundreds of Chapman students staged a walkout this morning as a part of a nationwide movement for gun control reform and to honor the victims of the Parkland shooting a month ago today.
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Chloe Kim, a teenage Asian American inspiration

By Samantha Wong
| Feb 28, 2018

At 17 years old, most teenagers are trying to figure out who they are and what they want in life, but not Chloe Kim.
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