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Student Government executive election round-up

Nudelman and Rowe Josh Nudelman and Jaycie Rowe are running together for Student Government Association (SGA) president and vice-president, respectively. Nudelman is a junior political science and communication studies double major. He served as an at-large senator last semester and is currently a student organizations senator. He is affili...

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Pi Beta Phi welcomes first pledge class of 100-plus

The Pi Beta Phi sorority welcomed over 100 women into its first pledge class at Chapman Sunday, Feb 22. “The Panhellenic community is incredibly excited and proud to welcome approximately 100 new women to the sorority community on campus,” said Chloe Hales, the president of Panhellenic Council. The resident leadership development consult...

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Israeli poets to speak on campus

Acclaimed Israeli poets are coming to Chapman March 3 to read and discuss their work. The event will be split up into two different sections. At 2:30 p.m. poets Shimon Adaf, Tal Nitzan, Haviva Pedaya and Anat Zecarya will give a poetry talk in Fish Interfaith Center. Adaf has published numerous novels and books of poems, won many awards for h...

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Holocaust art and writing contest

The 16th annual Holocaust art and writing contest will be held March 6 at 11 a.m. The contest, sponsored by Chapman by The Rodgers Center for Holocaust Education and The 1939 Society, encourages students from all public, private and parochial middle and high schools to participate. “Students learn, I hope, that history is story…and the po...

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Sodexo transitions to cage-free eggs

Sodexo has agreed to use cage-free liquid eggs after Chapman students joined a national movement against Sodexo’s use of battery-cage eggs. In a campus-wide email, Harold Hewitt, Sodexo’s executive vice president and chief operating officer, said that Sodexo committed to using cage-free shelled eggs in July 2014, but has failed to do so beca...

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‘Vagina Monologues’ this weekend

Chapman’s production of “The Vagina Monologues” is being performed March 6-8 at 7 p.m. The Vagina Monologues team consists of senior integrated educational studies major Emily Risbrough, Sara Super and senior sociology major K.B. Jenny Kim. These three, along with the 15 women in the production, are striving to embody Eve Ensler’s goal. ...

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Awards won and pledges made at C.A.R.E.S. event

Chapman students pledged to take action against rape on college campuses Wednesday night at the Men of Integrity and Women of Strength, Courage and Action Event in Memorial Hall. Members of Pi Kappa Alpha (PIKE) and C.A.R.E.S. (Creating a Rape-Free Environment for Students) co-hosted the event. Junior television and broadcast journalism major Ke...

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Increase in applicants, along with tuition

Chapman received over 15,000 applications this year, reflecting university’s rapid growth over the past few years that will also likely be matched by increased tuition. The freshman applicant pool has grown 8.5 percent since last year, with a little more than 1,076 additional applicants. The larger class is expected to help to bring in mor...

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Student senator works to bring bar to campus

Senior class senator and student life committee chair, Allie Weber, released an online survey this week asking students about her proposal for an on-campus bar to get students’ preferences on location, atmosphere and food for the proposed bar. As of March 1, the online survey had 321 responses. It asked students their age, if they are interest...

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Chaotic campaign season

The Student Government Association (SGA) allowed one week for campaigning in the student body president and vice-president elections, but it was a week filled with a changing race, as candidates left and joined the contest after the filing deadline. Campaigning began Feb. 22 with two presidential candidates, junior Josh Nudelman and sophomore Le...

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