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Swastika found burned into Pralle-Sodaro Hall

Public Safety is investigating the burning of a swastika into the ceiling inside Pralle-Sodaro Hall Dec. 17, said Randy Burba, chief of Public Safety. The “arson associated with hate” is believed to have occurred sometime between the hours of 10:30 a.m. and 2:25 p.m. according to an email sent from Public Safety to students and faculty earli...

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Undie Run Fall 2014

Just after midnight and in 47 degree weather on Dec. 18, a raucous and sparsely-clothed mass of students moved their way out of the Attallah Piazza and began running, shouting, and photographing their way down North Glassell Street, kicking-off this semester’s finals week tradition – Undie Run. Eli Sabah, a senior digital arts major, too...

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Finance Seminar to be offered January

Students can learn more about making financial decisions by attending the Personal Finance Seminar, starting on Jan. 14 from 5:15-7.45 p.m. in Argyros Forum 209AB. The two-week seminar will have six classroom sessions in total, and Certified Financial Educator and Chapman University Academic Advisor Kelly Rogers will teach the class. This eve...

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Panther Village residents propose parking petition

Residents at Panther Village are taking semester-long parking problems into their own hands by drafting a petition at the off-campus apartments. The petition has yet to see signatures, but comes after an increase in residents this year and ensuing semester of complaints to Public Safety. Currently, the nearly 200 residents are left with only ...

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Midnight breakfast serves up song, dance and food

The University Program Board (UPB) held the seventh Midnight Breakfast, a bi-annual finals week tradition, involving breakfast food, performances and good conversation in the Student Union Dec. 15. This semester’s theme was “Back to the 50s.” “I love that each year we have new student groups performing at the event,” said Jordan...

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SGA Senator proposes adding syllabus to WebAdvisor

Course syllabuses may soon be accessible through Chapman’s WebAdvisor, a website that allows students to select and register for classes, through a proposition awaiting Student Government Association (SGA) approval. Yasmin Golbadi, a student government senator, hopes to have a syllabus link on every course listing in time for fall 2015 registr...

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Students laugh off finals week stress

University Program Board (UPB) offered students a free laughter yoga class followed by a screening of “Pitch Perfect” Dec. 12 in the Student Union as a study break and stress reliever before finals week. Laughter yoga consists of manufactured laughter while performing different childish actions. “I thought it was very weird at first, bu...

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Free films screenings to return for spring semester

Free film screenings will return in January.  “Mulberry Child,” the story of a young girl in China during the revolution, will screen on Wednesday Jan. 14 at 7 p.m. in the Student Union Great Room. The film follows Jian Ping's story of living in China during the Cultural Revolution as the daughter of a senior government official, and also d...

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Faculty, students discuss meaning of feminism

Chapman Feminists held a presentation in the Student Union Dec. 9, to engage in open dialogue about the meaning of feminism and have Chapman faculty share their beliefs and experiences relating to it. This annual “I’m not a Feminist, but…” event opened with a brief documentary by Chapman Feminists consisting of Chapman student interviews...

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Chapman to host 2015 Special Olympians

Chapman will welcome more than 200 international Special Olympian athletes in the 2015 World Games, according to an announcement made by President Jim Doti in the Piazza Dec. 11. Orange will serve as an official Host Town-–one of 100 hosting Southern California communities–-for the games, which will run from July 25- Aug. 2, 2015 and bri...

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