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Sound Healing Meditation session tonight

Gail Stearns, dean of the Wallace All Faiths Chapel and associate professor of religious studies, will be hosting a Sound Healing Meditation session Sept. 29 in the Fish Interfaith Center at 7:30 p.m. The session is free and open to the public. Participants are asked to bring their own yoga mat or blanket. Stearns will lead the ninety-minute even...

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Students walk the walk at Theta fundraiser

Members of the Greek community strutted down the runway at Kappa Alpha Theta’s KATWalk in the Student Union Sept. 27, where money was raised for the Theta Foundation and Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA).  The Theta Foundation provides scholarships to members who need financial aid and CASA advocates for abused and neglected children....

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SGA Fall Senate Election results

Eight Student Government Association (SGA) positions were filled Sept. 24 after three days of voting by students. The results were announced shortly after voting concluded at 5 p.m. The four winning students in the race for the vacant at-large senate seats were Austin Kernan, a sophomore creative producing and business major, Jordan Beeks, a seni...

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Campus bar discussions on tap

Chapman’s administration is in discussions with the city of Orange and Chapman students about the location and construction of an on-campus bar, said Jerry Price, vice chancellor for student affairs and dean of students.  Price emphasized that the project remains in the proposal stage and as a result, there is no budget yet.  “We are weig...

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Leatherby Center finds a new home on campus

The Leatherby Center for Entrepreneurship and Business Ethics, which offers programs that help students start their own company and grow their entrepreneurial ideas, has found its new home at 303 W. Palm Ave.  Known as The Becket Building for its influential architect, Welton Becket, the property was purchased by Chapman for $3.3 million in...

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Panther Alert system fails to notify students of shooting

A gang-related shooting near Dodge College of Film and Media Arts Sept. 17 went unnoticed by the Panther Alert system, bringing to question what Public Safety constitutes as an emergency and how the system functions.  The Panther Alert system is meant to send a phone call, text message or email to a student in order to notify them “with time-se...

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Hot Mikado premieres this week amid student controversy

The theatre department is set to premiere “Hot Mikado” Oct. 2 at 7:30 p.m., a choice that has left many theater students underwhelmed and concerned about racist tones in the play since it was announced last spring.  Jocelyn L. Buckner, assistant professor of theater, originally announced that the fall production would be “Guys and Dolls,”...

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Panther Village forum leads to transportation improvements

An open forum between members of the Chapman administration and Panther Village residents on parking issues at the off-campus apartments has generated several changes, including the addition of shuttle stops and increased parking availability for residents.  Sheryl Boyd, assistant director of parking and transportation services, informed Panther ...

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Dancers adhere to emphasis on copyright law

By Haylee Barber and Zian Ang Despite a consensus among dance students that obtaining rights to music used for public performances is justified, the process and requirements of doing so remain murky for many within the department.  Chapman’s risk management department originally advised students and faculty in the College of Performing Art...

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Sharon Quirk-Silva speaks to Chapman Democrats

By Kira Weiner, Staff Writer State Assemblywoman Sharon Quirk-Silva shared her story Sept. 22 for more than 20 members of the Chapman Democrats as part of its first meeting of the semester. Quirk-Silva is an assemblywoman for the 65th District of California, which includes her hometown of Fullerton as well as Anaheim, Buena Park, Hawaiian Gar...

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