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Family cooking

Family cooking

  When I went home for Easter, I asked my mother to make chicken and okra. It’s a creole dish that’s been in my family for as long as I can remember. It’s similar to gumbo, with andouille sausage, chicken, bell peppers, okra and lots […]

Destigmatize, don’t romanticize

Destigmatize, don’t romanticize

  As somebody who has been diagnosed with anxiety, depression, post-traumatic stress disorder, and anorexia at different points throughout my adolescence, I have to say I’m incredibly relieved that socially, we’re taking steps to remove the negative stigma associated with mental health issues and are […]

How to de-stress

How to de-stress

  This year at Chapman has easily been my most stressful school year. My classes have gotten increasingly more difficult, and my growing workload and fewer hours of sleep have truly reflected in my daily life. I think that sophomore year life speeds up a […]

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Just one click: online retailers are taking over college campuses with convenience and speedy delivery

Just one click: online retailers are taking over college campuses with convenience and speedy delivery

Where can a college student find a bar of soap shaped like a unicorn, a Hilary Duff concert shirt from 2004, pink metallic Birkenstocks, film equipment, and toothpaste? Online, of course. Millennial consumers, aged 18 to 34, spend more money online each year than any […]

Greek life fights against childhood cancer through B+

Greek life fights against childhood cancer through B+

Every school day, 46 children are diagnosed with cancer. One school day five years ago, Shoshone Truro-Allee was diagnosed with acute lymphoblastic leukemia at age 14. After many rounds of chemotherapy, Truro-Allee is now a proud survivor and a leading force on Chapman University’s campus […]

A road less traveled: Chapman students take non-traditional paths to graduation

A road less traveled: Chapman students take non-traditional paths to graduation

Most seniors relish their last first-day of school and feel excitement for the year ahead, but that was not the case for senior Brenda Cai. Her first day was filled with an overwhelming sense of monotony, loneliness and disconnect from the vibrant campus around her. […]

Good food with good prices in Vegas

La Thai La Comida Monta Romen Salvadoreno Restaurant The Broiler Park on Fremont Lazeez Indian-Mediterranean Grill

Top 10 things to do in Vegas from native Mia Fortunado

Go to Container Park: A food and shopping area in Downtown Vegas See a Show: Smaller venues are better Splurge on a nice meal: It will be worth it Go to Life is Beautiful: An annual music and art festival Watch the fountains at Bellagio: […]

Hidden gems: Chapman’s secret study spots

Hidden gems: Chapman’s secret study spots

As Abbie Berman sat on the second floor of the Leatherby Libraries, she re-read one line of her textbook again and again. With the clicking of students fingers on their keyboards, and even more students joyously stomping by after finishing their homework, Berman kept looking […]