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Incident Log

August 7 A non-student parked her bike in the bike rack in front of Reeves Hall. When she returned within the next hour, it had been stolen. The report was forwarded to Orange Police Department (OPD). August 17 Public Safety found graffiti on the wall on the west entrance lane of Barrera Parking Structure. The report was forwarded to OPD. ...

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As drought worsens, conservation concerns arise

Despite being in the worst drought in California’s history, student research shows that Chapman can significantly decrease its water usage. The 2014 Environmental Audit, written by graduating environmental science and policy program students last spring, evaluated the overall water and landscaping process at Chapman. As of Aug. 22, 97.5 per...

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Bike voucher program offers a new set of wheels

Fifteen Chapman students, faculty or staff members who are willing to give up their right to park on campus for two years will be eligible for a new bike voucher beginning this fall. In exchange for signing a waiver that denies access to a parking permit for two years, a selected group of the Chapman population will receive a $350 bike voucher, ...

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Administration promises more transparency with student organizations

Chapman has elected to adopt a “sunshine policy” that will take effect at the start of this academic year in an effort to increase transparency and bring to light concerning and unsafe behaviors involving student organizations on campus. Prior to this year, the university granted all student groups and organizations on campus, including Gree...

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SAE receives four year suspension

Chapman’s Sigma Alpha Epsilon (SAE) fraternity received a four-year suspension from campus last month, said associate vice chancellor for student affairs and associate dean of students DeAnn Yocum-Gaffney, who declined to provide the specific reason for the ruling.The suspension means the fraternity loses any affiliation with the university, incl...

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News in brief: Sept. 2 Issue

Excellence in Journalism Day The Orange County Press Club and Chapman University will host the first “Excellence in Journalism Day” in Memorial Hall Sept. 6. The conference, which will run from 9 a.m. - 4:30 p.m., and is free to the public. There will be a 90-minute lunch break for participants as well. The conference will begin with ...

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College of Educational Studies professor dies

Don “Doc” Morris, adjunct professor at The College of Educational Studies (CES) at Chapman, passed away Aug. 21 at 6:15 p.m. from melanoma cancer at UCLA Medical Center. He was 67. Ky E. Kugler, senior associate dean of CES, who was with Morris and his wife Aliza and two children at the time of his passing, informed members of the CES depart...

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Chapman preps for Commencement

Chapman will graduate the largest class in its history – 1,519 seniors and 754 graduate degree candidates – during this year’s commencement ceremonies May 23 and 24. See below for a schedule of graduation events: Thursday, May 22 Senior Convocation – 7 p.m. on Bert Williams Mall Messages from the President, Chancellor, Dean of S...

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Speaker of senate plans to improve SGA from within

Evan DeVries, Student Government Association’s (SGA) newly elected speaker of the senate, said he wants to improve the effectiveness and visibility of SGA by having one-on-one meetings between him and each senator, offering office hours in the Student Union, implementing on-campus surveys and decreasing the amount of time spent discussing funding...

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