Publication of The Panther will resume on the first day of the semester, Sept. 2.

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Graduation cap fashion makes a statement

After many years of going to class and studying, college seniors have devised a creative way to top off their time as undergraduates. Many graduating seniors are carrying on the tradition of decorating their graduation caps to show off a bit of their personalities at their commencement ceremony later this week. “I think this idea is fai...

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Students promote themselves with personal blogs

Twenty years ago, advice columns were found in a printed square box of limited text. But with the explosion of the Internet and its accessibility, a near endless amount of information is available at the click of a button, from WebMD to personal blogs. Several Chapman students are creating online blogs for class, to communicate with friends a...

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Seniors get last laugh at Improv Inc. finale

Stress levels are high the weeks leading into finals, but the crowd of nearly 200 students at Improv Inc.’s Thursday night show proved laughter is worth a study break. Improv Inc. is an improvisational comedy club that usually performs every other Thursday on campus. The club performed its final show of the academic year with performances f...

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Storing the summer away

It’s the end of another academic year at Chapman. Summer is on its way and students are either clearing up their dorm rooms, or moving out of their houses. That leaves a problem: where to store all the stuff accumulated over the year? Chapman students have several options when it comes to storing items during the summer, while away at home or ...

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Diversity at Chapman: A fixable issue?

One of Chapman’s main missions is global citizenship. However, there’s a disconnect between that goal and the perceived lack of diversity on campus, according to students, administrators and a recent Western Association of Schools and Colleges (WASC) report. “Most people are rich and white but very accepting,” reads an anonymous post ...

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Florals for the fellas

A style first planted by high-end designers is now in full bloom at Chapman—and the gentlemen sporting it say it’s far from frilly. Men’s floral prints, ranging from delicate daisies to vibrant tropicals, speckle students who claim the trend is a carefree, standout way to step into summer. The designs can be found on apparel ranging fr...

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Student founds non-profit after diagnosis

From the outside, Chase Diamond appears to be a regular Chapman student. He’s involved on campus through his fraternity, clubs and also has a full-time job. But there’s something many people he greets in the Attallah Piazza don’t know: Diamond has a chronic illness. Diamond, a junior business major, founded the Next Generation of Leade...

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Opera leaves audience on a cultural note

Billowing voices resonated from the Irvine Lecture Hall Monday. It was the Peking Opera—the Quintessential Chinese Art of Singing, Dancing and Martial Art. The exhibition included demonstrations of scenes from famous pieces and provided information about storytelling, costumes, typical roles of different actors and the artistic skills of a...

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Sugar and scares found on online dating

With laptops, smartphones and tablets taking over campus, it’s no surprise that dating has become digitalized. But with so many options, where do you start? Features editor Megan Abba logged on for a week of online dating to find out which sites have the potential for love.   Tinder Looking for a match that could be sitting ri...

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Today’s fashions on sale at Chapman

Rachel Saquing, a freshman health sciences major, picks up a black skater skirt. Her eyes then dart to a trendy crop top. Saquing holds a few more articles of clothing in her hands. It is a shopping day in the Argyros Forum walkway. Saquing is visiting the fashion kiosk, Today’s Fashion, which sells clothing at Chapman most weeks. Manue...

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