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One Hour Excursions: Los Angeles County Arboretum and Botanic Garden

This week on One Hour Excursions we drove up the 57-North freeway to the 210-West and found ourselves at the Los Angeles County Arboretum and Botanic Garden.  This destination is in the city of Arcadia and is about 45 minutes away from Chapman University. The arboretum is a 127-acre botanical garden and historical site filled with different...

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Sunshine Daydream: Brittany Kendall & Soul Androyd

Brittany Kendall & Soul Androyd is a band made up of mostly Chapman students that hope to pursue music in their futures.  The band has been going through transitions since it started a few years ago.  They’ve played a few events at Chapman and are scheduled to play at the Foxtober Thursday, October 30 by the residence halls.   Guitarist...

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Chapman Catwalk: Sweater Weather

Welcome back fashionistas, I hope you all are having a lovely week. Kayla and I have been on the hunt for the hottest trends around campus this week, and I think we’ve found it. This may come as a shock to all of you Southern Californians, but sweater weather has made its way to Chapman. We spotted the gorgeous Caroline Morse rocking...

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One Hour Excursions: Big Bear camping

Alright, so I know that our blog is “One-Hour Excursions”, but this weekend we drove a little further to camp in Big Bear. It is roughly two hours away, so we aren’t far off of our one hour goal and it is totally worth the extra time. I stayed at the Serrano Campsite in Big Bear, CA. To start, the drive up the mountain is a driver’s road...

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Chapman Catwalk: Color-blocking

Welcome back, fashionistas. Color-blocking is the theme of the week here on the Chapman Catwalk. Color-blocking is simply the act of mixing colors, from bright reds and turquoise blues to bright greens and peach. InStyle Magazine explains that color-blocking can include not only the traditional multi-hue dress, but can incorporate a...

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10 ways 20-somethings make “it” happen

Last week I wrote about my 10 ways that I made it through college (am close to making it through college) as a student entrepreneur. When I re-read the blog post, I think I probably should have started with this blog post. When you have an idea... how do you make “it” happen? By “It” I am referring to... getting the company off the ground, ...

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10 ways to make it through college as a student entrepreneur

“Entrepreneurship” seems to be the buzzword for my generation. It seems like everyday there is another twenty-something year old entrepreneur who sells their company for tens of millions of dollars to Yahoo or some other tech company. It’s exciting and it’s a cultural shift from where I am image college students’ heads were 10 years ago. ...

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One Hour Excursions: Peters Canyon Regional Park

Hello and welcome to our blog: One Hour Escapes. Our first destination was Peters Canyon Regional Park on the hiking trails. This week, we went on the Lower Peters Canyon trails, located right up the street from Peters Canyon Elementary School.  You can park anywhere on Peters Canyon Rd Irvine, CA 92606. Once you park you will walk up a short r...

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Chapman Catwalk: Fall florals

Welcome to Catwalk, Chapman’s online fashion blog, and the best place for you to find the hottest styles on campus. As your tour guides in the always beautiful and always trendy, Chapman University, we, Clare and Kayla, will highlight outfits seen around campus and let you know where you can find such pieces to fill your closet. Enjoy! Xoxo. Ab...

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How the top 9 energy drinks rank in health

With finals here, we all will presumably be sacrificing sleep in order to reach our academic goals for the semester. One way many deal with this sleep deprivation is through the guzzling down of dozens of energy drinks. It’s suggested that you not do this because energy drinks are unhealthy. If you must, though, here is a breakdown of your health...

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