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Congresswoman and alumna Loretta Sanchez returns to campus

Congresswoman Loretta Sanchez spoke about her rise to Congress, the upcoming election and the importance of Orange County politics at an event hosted by Chapman Democrats Oct. 20. Sanchez represents California’s 46th district, which includes Santa Ana, Garden Grove, Anaheim and Orange. She graduated from Chapman in 1982 and is currently a ...

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Sexual battery reported in Pralle-Sodaro Hall

A sexual battery occurred Oct. 15 at approximately 9:10 p.m. in Pralle–Sodaro Hall, according to an email from Public Safety to the Chapman community sent Monday evening, required under the “Timely Notice” provisions of the Clery Act. The incident was not reported until Oct. 19. Chapman defines sexual battery as “the unwanted touching...

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New club intends to take new approach to diversity issue

Multicultural Enterprise, a self-described “safe space for students to voice their opinions regarding multicultural issues,” had its first meeting Oct. 10, which marked the beginning of an effort by the club to increase diversity awareness on campus.  The club, which already has 23 members and expects around 30-35 participants by its next mee...

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Sodexo serves up a plate full of sponsored events

Chapman’s Sodexo Student Board of Directors (SBOD) is working to increase awareness of Sodexo’s presence on campus to students through sponsored events such as “Plant the Seed” and “Mindful Mile.”  Sodexo is the exclusive provider of food services on Chapman’s campus.  “Sodexo is sponsoring new events because the SBOD wants to...

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SGA senator proposes additional defibrilators on campus

Student Government Association (SGA) College of Educational Studies senator Taylor White is working with faculty and administration toward the purchase and installation of four automated external defibrillators on campus.  Automated external defibrillators (AED) are mobile machines that check heart rhythm and shock people’s hearts to get them b...

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Pharmacy school prescribes plan for success

The ribbon has been cut at Chapman’s School of Pharmacy on the Harry and Diane Rinker Health Science Campus in Irvine, but to only eight enrollments so far in the pre-pharmacy gradute program. The pharmacy college, set to welcome its first class of graduate students in fall 2015, also has yet to receive accreditation.  “The business plan is t...

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That’s entertainment

Above, members of Delta Tau Delta carry a cardboard bus cutout, while other members of the fraternity and Kappa Kappa Gamma run after them as part of this year’s Airbands event organized by Gamma Phi Beta Oct. 17-18 in Memorial Hall. Bottom left, Kyle Castellanet, a senior film production major representing Delta Tau Delta, and Morgan Lunsfor...

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Law School named receives top ten ranking

Chapman University’s Dale E. Fowler School of Law has been listed in the Princeton Review’s 2015 Edition as third in the “Best Quality of Life” category. Last year Fowler was ranked ninth in the same category. This year’s ranking marks the eleventh straight year of being in the top ten for this category. The law school has one of the b...

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Co-ed hip hop dance team places first at Airbands

By Morgan Yuvienco & Chris Hardwick, staff writers Floor 13, a co-ed hip hop team, won first place at this year’s Airbands event for their “Night at the Museum” performance as part of Gamma Phi Beta's annual philanthropy lip syncing competition Oct. 17-18 in Memorial Hall. Second place went to Phi Gamma Delta and Alpha Phi’s perfo...

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Who’s behind the big red backpack?

A 10-foot-tall red backpack was placed between Argyros Forum and Leatherby Libraries by Public Safety Oct. 13 to teach students to be aware of their surroundings and report suspicious activity to prevent terrorist attacks. The backpack is part of a campaign called “If You See Something, Say Something,” which was created by the Department of...

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