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Crime Log Oct. 15-24

Oct. 17 A bike theft occurred near the perimeter of the Bathal Student Services Center. The report was forwarded to Orange Police Department (OPD). Oct. 18 A resident adviser contacted Public Safety about a possible bike theft in the residence life area. The report was forwarded to OPD. A student reported that his or her front bike tire...

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Chapman launches academic journal

Chapman’s two-year-old Institute for Quantum Studies has launched an international academic journal, Quantum Studies: Mathematics and Foundations, to provide answers and explanations to age-old questions about the microscopic world beyond human eyes. The first issue of the journal was published two weeks ago for both print and online. The seco...

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Congresswoman, alumna Loretta Sanchez returns to campus

Congresswoman Loretta Sanchez spoke about her rise to Congress, the upcoming election and the importance of Orange County politics at an event hosted by Chapman Democrats Oct. 20. Sanchez represents California’s 46th District, which includes Santa Ana, Garden Grove, Anaheim and Orange. She graduated from Chapman in 1982 and is currently a trus...

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WordTheatre returns to campus

Hollywood actors, award-winning authors and a Chapman student will collaborate for the second WordTheatre event of the semester Monday Oct. 27 at Fish Interfaith Center.  The evening will witness actor Jason George of “Grey’s Anatomy,” actress Roma Maffia of “Pretty Little Liars” and BFA acting student Laura Zenoni perform the works of ...

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‘Just Like Us’ screening this Tuesday

On Tuesday, Oct. 28, Reel Justice will screen “Just Like Us,” a new documentary about the stand-up comedy community in parts of the United Arab Emirates, Lebanon, Saudi Arabia and Egypt.  Reel Justice is a documentary film series co-sponsored by Cross-Cultural Engagement, Dodge College of Film & Media Arts and Club Doc that seeks to bring...

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Diwali celebration lights up Fish Interfaith Center

Students entering Fish Interfaith Center the evening of Oct. 23 were careful to avoid the many small candles placed on the ground. The candles blended in with the floor and were accidentally kicked out of place at times – leading students to wonder what their purpose was.  The candles were placed by University Program Board (UPB) as a part of...

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Victims of human trafficking share their experiences

Rachel Thomas never expected to become a victim of human trafficking, or the illegal movement of people into either forced labor or sexual exploitation – until she was. Thomas, a graduate of Emory University and now anti-human trafficking educator, came to campus Oct. 23 as one of two speakers at a survivors’ stories panel.  Her story, up ...

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Anti-human trafficking rally brings global issue home

Chapman hosted the second annual “Keep Calm and Beat H.E.A.T.” (Human Exploitation and Trafficking) rally event intended to raise awareness about human trafficking in Orange County Oct. 24.  The all-day event in Attallah Piazza was organized by the Orange County District Attorney’s Office (OCDA) and the Orange County Human Trafficking Tas...

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Local colleges attempt to build the house of tomorrow

Forty Chapman students came a step closer to the next phase of the 2015 Solar Decathlon competition after a groundbreaking ceremony at Irvine Valley College Oct. 24.  The biennial competition challenges collegiate teams to design, build and operate solar-powered houses that are cost-effective, energy-efficient and attractive.  Team Orange Cou...

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Sexual battery reported in Pralle-Sodaro hall

A sexual battery occurred Oct. 15 at approximately 9:10 p.m. in Pralle–Sodaro Hall, according to an email from Public Safety to the Chapman community sent Monday evening, required under the “Timely Notice” provisions of the Clery Act. The incident was not reported until Oct. 19. Chapman defines sexual battery as “the unwanted touching of ...

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