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Jobs: How will you find one?

Within the first hour of her morning, Megan Cummings said the thought of finding a job crosses her mind at least five times. Cummings, a senior communication studies major, said she is burdened by the reality that it is time to secure employment for...

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AMC’s “TURN” not worth turning on

AMC’s mission to take over prime time television may have to be put on pause. After reeling off “Mad Men,” “Breaking Bad” and “The Walking Dead,” the former movie channel has cornered the market on drama. However, its most recent...

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Paul’s Place: cozy feel, mediocre food

Paul’s Place, a small Orange County “gourmet fast food” restaurant chain with locations in Anaheim, Los Alamitos, Buena Park and Cypress, opened its first Orange location a couple weeks ago. Located on the corner of Taft Avenue and Glassell...

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A VIP look at The Club

It’s a parent’s go-to question: If your friends jumped off a cliff, would you do it too? But for members of The Club at Chapman, it’s a go-to challenge—and they have video footage to prove it. The Club is a group of Chapman students seeking...

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‘Captain America’ among Marvel’s best

America has changed a lot since the 1940s, when Marvel’s first Avenger was cryogenically frozen. He was woken up to help save the world from alien invaders in last year’s “Avengers” film, and now has to face a domestic threat in his solo...

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New breakfast not worth the trip

Taco Bell launched its breakfast cuisine March 27. While the menu consists of several different options, its two lead items were the Waffle Taco and A.M. Crunchwrap. A.M. Crunchwrap (Sausage) The A.M. Crunchwrap, made with scrambled eggs, a hash...

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Howser exhibit opens in library basement

Rand Boyd was working with Huell Howser one afternoon after Howser donated his entire public TV legacy to Chapman. Boyd invited Howser to walk to the Orange Plaza to dine, but to Boyd’s surprise, Howser declined, instead suggesting they go to the...

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E-cigarettes: lighting up campus

There is a faint smell of pomegranate in the room. It’s not perfume. It’s Kyle Mendoza exhaling water vapor. Mendoza, a sophomore psychology major, is “vaping” using a device known as the electronic cigarette. “I think it is more addicting...

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Get lucky in OC for St. Paddy’s Day

Get-togethers, green stuff and Guinness – luckily, these three come together on St. Patrick’s Day. Chapman students 21 and older have a few options in and around Orange for Irish-themed festivities. It’s almost like being in Dublin (except,...

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MØ in line for pop stardom

Karen Marie Ørsted, referred to as MØ (pronounced Muuh), debuted her first full studio album March 10, “No Mythologies to Follow.” MØ is a Danish electronic pop singer who has been on the rise since her first single, “Maiden,” released in...

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