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Chapman professors debate how to prevent school shooters

By Brittany Toombs & Saranna Quach
| Feb 24, 2018

Some Chapman professors are debating how to best respond – and prepare their students – in the event a gunman comes to the university, much like the mass shooting resulting in 17 deaths in Parkland, FL last week.
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Chapman University may feel dispersal of riverbed homeless

By Danielle Konovitch
| Feb 20, 2018

Impact of homeless evictions on Chapman University unclear, but campus is preparing. 
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Marketplace goes unnoticed by Chapman students  

By Katie Whitman
| Feb 22, 2018

A new website designed to help Chapman students buy and sell merchandise is apparently having a hard time gaining traction.
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He Looks Just Like Me

By Naidine Conde
| Feb 16, 2018

Rather than throwing a big party for her 21st birthday, Arianna Ngnomire wanted to do something that would make an impact on campus. Editor’s note: The following article contains some swear words.
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M.S. in Athletic Training Discontinued

By Danielle Konovitch
| Feb 14, 2018

The Master’s of Science degree program in athletic training, which has been around for years at Chapman University, may be terminated officially after a meeting between faculty from Crean College of Health and Behavioral Sciences and the Provost on Monday, Feb. 19, according to Dr. Janeen Hill, Dean of Crean College.  
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Nicholas Aufderhar Memorial Brings Together Chapman Community

By Brittany Toombs
| Feb 12, 2018

Friends, peers, and family gathered to celebrate the life of graduate student Nicholas Aufderhar at a Fish Interfaith Center memorial on February 8, 2018. Dean of the Fish Interfaith Center, Dr. Gail J. Stearns, coordinated the memorial service, which included speeches from Aufderhar’s friends, peers, and professors.  A short clip from a film Aufderhar was…
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