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Adderall-prescribed students face pressures to share

By Greta Nagy
| May 3, 2018

Those who have an Adderall prescription hold the golden key to what many students believe enhances their ability to excel in school. Prescribed students are left with the pressure of deciding whether or not to share.
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Chapman Greek Life as seen on-screen

By Rachael Kaufhold, Katelyn Antilla, and Ela Suvak
| May 3, 2018

Alright let’s get divisive, while Greek life is big on campus, it has certain reputations that seem to be campus known. Below are stereotypes of various sororities and fraternities on campus, and their movie or television counterparts.
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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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Alice Century Unkrich: Growing up in entertainment

By Rachael Kaufhold
| Apr 26, 2018

While others her age grew up watching their favorite Disney movies on TV, Alice Century Unkrich watched behind the scenes as they were produced.
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Former Chapman students describe their reason for leaving

By Greta Nagy & Julian Khvang
| Apr 20, 2018

Chapman University’s beautiful southern California campus is the perfect college experience to many of its eight thousand students. Unfortunately not everyone sticks around to shake President Struppa’s hand and receive their diploma.
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Land of opportunity for some, but not all

By Danielle Konovitch
| Apr 17, 2018

The United States Department of Labor recently announced new regulations concerning unpaid internships, making it easier for for-profit employers to hire interns without offering compensation.
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