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Nuclear waste nearby worries some Laguna Beach residents

Who knew the decommissioning of the San Onofre Nuclear Generating Station would cause greater concern than its opening and operation? Laguna Beach resident Marni Magda is among others who have been following the decisions and actions regarding San Onofre for decades. “It’s time for Laguna Beach and all of the other cities within a 50-mile rad...

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Foundation honors first Newport Beach first lifeguard to die in the line of duty

Newport Beach lifeguard Ben Carlson died doing the job he loved. Carlson drowned July 6 while helping save a swimmer in distress. Red flags advised beachgoers to stay out of the ocean that tumultuous day, and rescues were being made all along the coast. The swimmer Carlson saved told Newport Beach Fire Chief Scott Poster that he would have...

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Lowering electricity costs in Huntington Beach

A $2.6 million project to lower electricity costs by upgrading public light fixtures is underway in Huntington Beach. The city has begun installing LED lights. LED, or light-emitting diode, is a semiconductor device that converts electricity into light. “LED lights are more energy efficient, which will further reduce the carbon footprint of...

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Chapman On Broadway performs ‘The Last Five Years’

Chapman on Broadway showed  “The Last Five Years,” a concert adaptation of Jason Robert Brown’s musical, in Irvine Lecture Hall Nov. 19 and 20. “It’s a simple love story, but the way it was told is so creative and the music is amazing,” said Chad Rabago, a senior integrated educational studies major and music director of the show....

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Three elected, four amendments pass in SGA election

Three new student government senators and four amended constitutional changes were voted in by students after three days of online voting in an Student Government Association (SGA) election. Maisy Lam, a junior psychology and business double major, won the seat for The Crean College of Health and Behavorial Sciences, receiving 73 percent of the ...

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Greeks compete for top spot

Delta Gamma and Alpha Epsilon Pi won first place in Chapman’s annual Greek Week competition Nov. 10-14. According to the Greek Week Facebook page, the event is presented by Chapman University Interfraternity Council and Panhellenic Council in order to celebrate Greek unity, philanthropy and service. For the first time in Chapman Greek Week ...

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Chapman Live hosts first performance of the year

“Chapman Live” hosted more than 70 people for their first performance of the year in Irvine Lecture Hall Nov. 15. “Chapman Live,” cofounded by Brian Clemens, a junior music major and Jean-Paul Jean, a senior mathematics major,is the first non-classical or jazz ensemble band? at Chapman. Attempting to represent different genres of music, the...

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Marion Knott dies at 92

Marion Knott, a member of Chapman’s Board of Trustees and main contributor to the creation of Marion Knott Studios, died Thursday, Nov. 13 of natural causes. She was 92. Knott and her family – Orange County natives – are the founders of Knott’s Berry Farm. Knott had served on the Board of Trustees since 1982. Knott is responsible ...

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Drink Up Challenge in the Piazza

Chapman will have its first Drink Up Challenge by signing students up to pledge to forgo any beverage purchases other than water at the Piazza Monday, Nov. 17 from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Wells for Wellbeing, a non-profit organization which focuses on providing sustainable water in Cambodia, is collaborating with Sigma Iota Rho, the international stud...

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