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A Piece of Mind offers heartening side of social justice

Students celebrated their identities at A Piece of Mind Wednesday night, using music and spoken word poetry to express themselves in front of an audience of more than 40 people. The event was co-hosted by Chapman Feminists, students from the women studies department and Active Minds. “The idea for this really came out of my senior seminar c...

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Shoulder injury keeps Elie Wiesel from Holocaust memorial

  Elie Wiesel, Holocaust survivor and author of “Night,” will not attend An Evening of Holocaust Remembrance: A Tribute in Words and Music Thursday 7 to 9 p.m., where he was scheduled to be the keynote speaker, due to a shoulder injury. Wiesel notified Marilyn Harran, the stern chair in Holocaust Education, late Friday that he wo...

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How do you bring a bust on campus?

CORRECTION: The Panther originally reported that endowing a chair, which costs $2 million, was the only option to bringing a bust on campus. In fact, if Chapman employees or students endow a $1 million professorship, they can also select a bust. Student activists this past week, gathered under the name The Student Review, have ignited a d...

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Musical duo gets signed to Swedish music label

When Evan DeVries and Nick Gates moved into their Pralle-Sodaro dorm room their freshman year, they both had separate visions for their music. DeVries was into indie music and song writing while Gates liked producing EDM, and neither of them were interested in making anything else. Two years later, the duo—now dubbed Blün, a shortened ver...

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Senator Profiles

Elections for next year’s Student Government Association (SGA) senate will be April 20-22. Students can vote at chapmanvotes.com. The contested positions of College of Educational Studies senator, Schmid College senator, Wilkinson College senator and Student Organization senator. College of Educational Studies senator candidates Year: s...

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International Justice Mission takes 12-hour stand

Chapman’s International Justice Mission (IJM) chapter remained standing from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. April 6 in front of Memorial Hall to speak out against slavery and human trafficking in an event called Stand for Freedom. The International Justice Mission is an organization that has chapters on six continents and on college campuses across the ...

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Merrill moves to Musco, Ongaro new CoPA dean

Dale Merrill, dean of the College of Performing Arts (CoPA), is taking on a new position for the upcoming school year, according to Chancellor Daniele Struppa. Merrill will be the dean of strategic planning, community outreach and academic programming for the Musco Center for the Arts, which is expected to open in the late fall of 2015. A...

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Grogan to replace Cardinal as education dean

The dean of the College of Educational Studies (CES), Don Cardinal, is transitioning back to faculty at the end of the spring 2015 semester. Margaret Grogan, a professor at Claremont Graduate University, has been selected to serve as dean of CES starting fall semester 2015. “It’s kind of a balance of ‘I’m excited that I’m not go...

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Football team drives student bone marrow donations

The Chapman football team partnered with Be The Match, a nonprofit which works to fight many diseases, to host a bone marrow registration in the Piazza and Argyros Forum last Tuesday and Wednesday with the hopes of matching students’ bone marrow with those who need transplants. The football team held the event last year in honor of five-year-o...

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