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Unknown contamination shuts down residence life pool

The Masson Family Beach Club, also known as the Residence Life pool, was closed Monday, Sept. 15th “for decontamination,” according to a typed sign posted on the pool entrance. The pool itself was cordoned off by yellow tape. “The pool was closed today and may be closed through tomorrow,” said dispatcher Jones of Public Safety over the p...

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Trolley cars remain on track for fall opening

After an eighteen-month delay, students will have access to Holly’s Trolleys this semester - although a specific date has yet to be announced. Originally conceived by President Doti, the trolleys were intended to be in service in March 2013, but experienced unforeseen delays, said Mary Platt, director of communications and media relations. ...

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Pharmacy school begins first semester, Irvine campus partially complete

Fifteen miles from main campus, the School of Pharmacy’s first semester is underway. While construction on The Harry and Diane Rinker Health Science Campus in Irvine won’t be fully completed until next fall, one building is finished and being used for classes. The masters program, which opened this semester, hosts six students, two of whi...

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SGA lays out plan to improve its standing on campus

By staff writers Maggie McAdams & Negeen Amirieh Student Government Association (SGA) intends to increase its visibility on campus by advocating for more career development programs, holding office hours in the Student Union and requiring each senator to complete one project that would improve campus. SGA is a student-led program that con...

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A$AP Ferg and DJ Kap Slap to headline fall concert

Friday night at The City National Grove of Anaheim, A$AP Ferg and DJ Kap Slap will take the stage for Chapman’s annual fall concert presented by the University Program Board (UPB) and Chapman Radio. Jordan Olson, UPB chair, said that A$AP Ferg was chosen because the results of a student survey after last year’s concert showed a strong desire f...

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Digital Media Arts Center opens to positive reviews

The Digital Media Arts Center (DMAC), which opened on the first day of the fall semester, has pleased students and faculty alike with its café, collaborative study spaces and new parking structure. Professors, like students, are excited about the all-around convenience of the facility. “When I first walked in I thought it was unlike an...

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Confusion surrounds bike permit requirement

Seventeen students unknowingly paid $6 for a bike permit that was supposed to be free after miscommunication between Public Safety and the registrar’s office. Prior to this this year, all permits were purchased for $6 and then picked up at the Public Safety office. This past summer, Public Safety decided to absorb the cost as an incentive for ...

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Parking problems not limited to main campus

A lack of parking and inconsistency of the shuttle system at Panther Village have left many of its residents frustrated, and some with seemingly unwarranted parking tickets. The off-campus apartment complex, which houses nearly 200 students, has 95 parking spots. Each apartment holds up to three students but is only allowed one parking pass. ...

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