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Undie run’s most memorable moments

By Sydney Druckman
| May 4, 2018

One of the biggest traditions here at Chapman University is the infamous Undie Run, where students blow off steam and the stress of finals by stripping down and running through the streets like headless chickens.
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Subscriptions you need based off of your major

By Katelyn Antilla
| May 17, 2018

It’s nice to have something to look forward to, and almost everyone loves getting mail. So, a membership to any “subscription box” could be a refreshing surprise each month. The remaining question, is which box to subscribe to? Below are suggested monthly subscriptions for various majors. Film Majors Show Biz In A Box What it…
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Chapman University: The home of the creative

By Gaia Breccia
| May 17, 2018

It is no news that Chapman University hosts a large percentage of creative students, and they are not shy to demonstrate their artistic skills even through their dorm doors and windows. Here are some of the more eye-catching works found on campus. Photos by Gaia Breccia Sunflower Gels Olivia Hancock, a sophomore film production major,…
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Labor Union Protest Fails to Gain Chapman’s Attention

By Maddie Jacobs
| May 16, 2018

Despite holding signs two-car-lengths long daily for over a month, the Carpenters Local 2361 labor union protest has failed to gain much attention at Chapman.
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“Its ok to not know what to do with your life”

By Ela Suvak
| May 16, 2018

In fact, according to research done by All About Careers, 52% of college students agreed with the statement, “I have no idea what I want to do”. But it doesn’t have to be that way.
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Exploring Chapman’s Hookup Culture

By Greta Nagy
| May 16, 2018

It’s 11 p.m. at a Risky Business-themed fraternity party. Two inebriated strangers make eye contact from across the room. The rest is history, until the next morning. This is the hookup culture present at Chapman University.
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Five horror stories about missing a final

By Greta Nagy & Kyle Rosin
| May 16, 2018

Don’t let finals get the best of you! Don’t be like these students.
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A day in the life during finals

By Rachael Kaufhold
| May 15, 2018

Finals are almost here, which means an erratic sleep schedule, endless exhaustion, and profound frustration are coming too.
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The best study snacks within 10 minutes of Chapman

By Anna Wilson
| May 15, 2018

Everyone’s had that moment where they’ve been sitting in the library for too long attempting to study, but failing because we can’t focus anymore.
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The Daughters of Rock and Roll

By Rachael Kaufhold & Anna Wilson
| May 15, 2018

Daughters of singer Peter Frampton and founding member of the Grateful Dead Bob Weir share what it’s like to grow up with fame, their thoughts on their fathers’ music, and how they manage to keep a normal, college life.
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Katherine Gonzalez: How the Oscar winning movie ‘Coco’ has impacted her life

By Rachael Kaufhold
| May 15, 2018

Katherine Gonzalez’s world has been flipped upside down. The Integrated Education Studies major is the elder sister of Anthony Gonzalez, the 13-year-old who is the voice of Miguel, the lead character in the smash Disney animated film, “Coco,” about a little boy transported to the Land of the Dead while on a quest to become a musician.
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Chapman baseball wins SCIAC

By Lauren Thomas
| May 14, 2018

For the first time in Panther history the Chapman University baseball team won the SCIAC Championship game against Redlands in a winner take all game.
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Are the Sandhu ravens raving mad?

By Julien Khvang
| May 14, 2018

Ravens trying to build a nest under the Sandhu roof are tormenting second-floor resident Annie Fisher and other students who find their bikes below covered with poop and debris.
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The band aid for Chapman counseling staffing problem

By Danielle Konovitch
| May 14, 2018

Chapman University is compensating for the surprisingly low student-to-counselor ratio by taking a new holistic approach to advance health and wellness for students.
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Chapman housing can better serve transgender students

By Danielle Konovitch
| May 14, 2018

Chapman continues to struggle with how to best accommodate the housing needs of transgender students.  
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Alleged Cancellation of Chapman’s Career Readiness Programs

By Katie Whitman
| May 11, 2018

Chapman students are disheartened over the apparent cancellation of the ATLAS, Compass, and Summit career readiness programs offered by the Career Development Center.
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Ten things to do before finals are over 

By Sydney Druckman
| May 11, 2018

Finals are just around the corner, and after that, school’s out. As the year comes to a close, here’s a list of things you should do before you go home for the summer.  
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More Than a Phrase: The Stories I Am Chapman Hopes to Tell

By Julien Khvang
| May 11, 2018

Students from the I Am Chapman campaign reveal why they chose the phrases now serving as their ambassadors to the public.
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Top Movies You Should Be Seeing This Summer!

By Anna Wilson
| May 11, 2018

In just a few short weeks, Chapman students will be free for the summer! One thing to do while you don’t have to stress about schoolwork is to catch some of the biggest Hollywood blockbusters of the year.
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