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Baybayan elected SGA sophomore class senator

Nineteen students were elected to senate seats in Student Government Association (SGA) Wednesday evening in an election, which featured 10 uncontested races and one contested race for the sophomore class senate seat. The candidates were informed of...

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Photo gallery: Chapman Idol 2014

Sixteen contestants represented their sorority or fraternity during Sigma Alpha Epsilon’s second annual Chapman Idol in Memorial Hall Thursday night. Audience members texted in their vote to decide the winner. Phi Gamma Delta representative Ben...

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SGA senate approves new director, reappoints two others

At a senate meeting April 10, Student Government Association (SGA) senate members approved a new director of finance and reappointed its current director of elections and director of public relations. The director of justice position will be up for...

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Amber Tamblyn chosen as Baccalaureate speaker

Actress Amber Tamblyn will speak at this year’s baccalaureate ceremony in the Fish Interfaith Center May 23. Baccalaureate is a spiritual service that is part of the Commencement festivities. It is open to all graduating students and their...

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News in brief

Students want more water bottle stations Students are asking for more water bottle filler stations to be installed at Chapman according to Student Government Association (SGA). Currently, there are stations on the second floor of Argryos Forum,...

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Lack of candidates is a concern for SGA

This week’s Student Government Association (SGA) senate election, which is looking to fill 20 seats, features one contested race and two schools that have only one student running. Two student senators represent each school at Chapman. The vacant...

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SGA sophomore class senator candidates

    The Student Government Association (SGA) sophomore class race is the only contested seat in this week’s senate elections. Students can vote online at Chapmanvotes.com. Voting concludes Wednesday at 5 p.m. The winner of the sophomore...

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Mininum wage increase unlikely to affect student jobs

The minimum wage in California is set to increase from $8 to $9, affective July 1, and will apply to all on-campus jobs, work study and non-work study. As part of the AB 10 bill signed into law by Gov. Jerry Brown Sep. 25, the wage will eventually...

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Adelphos tear up Skit night

Half-naked fraternity brothers hitting each other with cardboard boxes to a Miley Cyrus remix may seem like just another Skit performance from Alpha Delta Phi (Adelphos), but this year was different. The Adelphos’ performance April 4 and 5...

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Panther exclusive: Q & A with Elie Wiesel

The Panther sat down with Elie Wiesel for a brief one-on-one interview. The Panther would like to thank Marilyn Harran, professor of history and religious studies, for granting this rare opportunity.  This month represents a very important part of...

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