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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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Edward James Olmos to receive honorary degree

Edward James Olmos, Academy Award-nominated actor and social activist, will be presented with an honorary doctoral degree from the College of Educational Studies (CES) at this year’s commencement ceremony. The ceremony will take place May 24 at 4:30 p.m. on the Bert C. Williams Mall. Olmos has starred in films such as “Stand and Deliver,...

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Chapman to host two AmeriCorps volunteers

Chapman will host two AmeriCorps Volunteers in Service To America (VISTA) members to work with the Liberia Martinez de Chapman University Teen Mentoring Program through the 2014-15 academic year. The two volunteers will begin their service in July. AmeriCorps VISTA members make a year-long, full-time commitment to serve on a specific project ...

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Chapman honors campus leaders

Chapman’s academic, athletic and student organization leaders were honored at the sixth annual Campus Leadership Awards in the Sandhu Conference Center May 9. The awards were created by the Dean of Students Office to highlight the achievements of Chapman students and to create a long-standing tradition of celebrating success. Seniors Elliot...

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“The Hot Mikado” receives a cold welcome from theatre students

The theatre department was forced to change their fall musical earlier this week from "Guys and Dolls" to "The Hot Mikado," due to licensing restrictions. The change angered many theatre students, who were concerned over the lack of time for auditions and the possibility of inadvertently offending the audience. “People aren’t happy becaus...

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News in Brief

Portuguese course to be offered this fall The Department of World Languages and Cultures will be offering a Portuguese course this fall. The first course offered will be Portuguese 101, followed by Portuguese 102 in Spring 2015 for students to advance with the language. Beginning in Fall 2015, students will be able to take Portuguese 201 to f...

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