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Giving Mental Health the Good Ol’ College Try

Mental Health during college can often go unchecked.  Last year, I never fully realized the impact that my mental health would have on my college experience. I have always been incredibly stubborn and also have struggled with my body image and weight.  This caused me to continue to work out, despite the fact that I would be incredibly sick from s...

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Reading the Reviews: Ep 2

Watch Chapman Professor Kevin O'Brien read a few of his online reviews and respond to students' opinions on his class. If you have a professor that you want to see on the series, let us know in the comments! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=731N1w7eSYs  ...

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Shopping on a budget: Thrift Stores

Being a college student with little income can be difficult at times, i.e. buying groceries and filling up your car with gas. Heading to the mall can be even tough, because it is difficult to find the money to spend on clothes. Yet you are in luck, because this is where thrift stores come into play. This week I’m focusing on how you can r...

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Food, f-AB-ulous, Food

I love food. However, I had to make major changes to my diet over the past nine months.  Since learning that I am gluten and dairy intolerant, I am now forced to rethink all of the foods I eat.  I ate Greek yogurt, an apple, and cheerios for breakfast every morning my freshmen year.  After after my diagnosis, that breakfast got whittled down ...

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Chapman Catwalk: Tayler Bonfert

Sophomore Tayler Bonfert has a very unique and distinct style. She often fashions incredible thrift store finds from fur coats to oversized t-shirts. Her versatility when it comes to fashion is why I chose her for this week’s Chapman Catwalk fashion icon profile. I sat down with Tayler to hear about where she gets her fashion inspiration, what tr...

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Reading the Reviews: Episode One

Reading the Reviews is a video series where professors read their RateMyProfessor.com reviews aloud and address anonymous posters in short weekly videos. This episode is the first of the series in which we interview Professor Karen Lloyd, an Art History teacher of the Wilkinson College of Humanities and Social Sciences. If you would like to req...

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Challenge #3: Spa Day According to “Crafty” Sam & “DIY” Ellie

Rated #2 on “Niche Colleges” for most attractive girls, Chapman can make it easy to feel out of place. Although we would prefer a spa day with facials and deep conditioning treatments at our local Aveda, we can’t with our restricted college student budgets. Instead, we decided to pick some random ingredients out of our pantry that would attem...

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Startup Story: MaachiWare

Senior Business Administration Major Charles DeLoach discusses his company MaachiWare, the benefits of social entrepreneurship, and his time spent in Ghana with the GodFreds Foundation. Follow MaachiWare on Facebook and Instagram! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WvoDWNQYOOY&feature=youtu.be...

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Those Mythical Things Called Abs

If there was ever an excuse not to go to the gym, or get in a workout, I had plenty of reasons last school year.  When I would come down with a sinus infection, I wouldn’t want to leave my room. I felt and looked horrible, but I knew that working out was always something that made me feel better.  So, on the days that I was too sick to get to t...

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