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Best of Chapman Dog Day

About 250 Chapman students and Orange residents and about 30 of their pets came to the Aitken Arts Plaza in front of the Musco Center on Saturday for Chapman Dog Day, an afternoon to help improve Chapman’s relations with the community.

Student government held a student and neighbor get-together by encouraging the community to bring their dogs to the Aitken Arts Plaza on Nov. 12. Photo by Bonnie Cash

Student government held a student and neighbor get-together by encouraging the community to bring their dogs to the Aitken Arts Plaza on Nov. 12. Photos by Bonnie Cash

A bearded collie named Rio enjoys Chapman Dog Day by greeting students on the Piazza. Photos by Bonnie Cash

A bearded collie named Rio enjoys Chapman Dog Day by greeting students on the Piazza.

Chapman Dog Day provided free water to about 30 different dogs on the Aitken Arts Plaza.

Chapman Dog Day provided free water to about 30 different dogs on the Aitken Arts Plaza.

A bulldog named Tammy enjoyed Chapman Dog Day in the shade of the Panhellenic tent.

A bulldog named Tammy enjoyed Chapman Dog Day in the shade of the Panhellenic tent.

An Aussiedoodle named Bowie enjoyed Chapman Dog Day by lounging in the sun on the Aitken Arts Plaza.

An Aussiedoodle named Bowie enjoyed Chapman Dog Day by lounging in the sun on the Aitken Arts Plaza.

Dogs and their owners played on the lawn in front of the Musco Center.

Dogs and their owners played on the lawn in front of the Musco Center.

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