BRAVO! 
CHAPMAN UNIVERSITY’S COLLEGE OF PERFORMING ARTS TURNS 10

Chapman University’s College of Performing Arts turns 10 this year, marking a decade as a cultural leader in Orange County and a preeminent training ground for the entertainment industry’s next generation of artists.

The Honorable George Argyros Among Distinguished Alumni Honored at Chapman Family Homecoming

A U.S. ambassador. The chief medical officer at a regional medical center. An award-winning filmmaker, whose breakout work created industry buzz.

Chapman Celebrates Outstanding Alumni

Chapman University’s annual black-tie gala, Chapman Celebrates, will honor alumnus Dale (’58) and wife, Sarah Ann Fowler, and alumni Ross and Matt Duffer (’07), creators of Netflix’ runaway hit, Stranger Things, on Saturday, November 4th, in the Marybelle and Sebastian P. Musco Center for the Arts on the Chapman University campus. In recognition for their transformative support of the university,…

Balboa Peninsula Trolley Makes Its Debut

You might have noticed a red trolley (there are four of them) traveling around Balboa Peninsula of late. The Balboa Peninsula Trolley was officially launched in late June and is providing free service to riders on weekends through September 3.

PLÁCIDO 
DOMINGO Receives Honorary Doctor of Arts from Chapman University as Musco Center for the Arts Celebrates Its One-Year Anniversary

World renowned opera star Plácido Domingo returned to Chapman University to celebrate the one-year anniversary of Musco Center for the Arts, where he officially opened the center by performing at the grand opening concert.

Chapman University Inaugurates a New President

Chapman University welcomed its new president, Daniele C. Struppa, Ph.D., with all the pomp and pageantry of the academic tradition at an official inauguration ceremony before a capacity crowd of 1,044 at the Marybelle and Sebastian P. Musco Center for the Arts on September 30.