November 29, 12PM, Argyros Forum 209B
CCI forums are open to all students and will include discussions on a broad range of campus climate issues. We welcome all interested students to attend and share any thoughts or concerns you have, as well as listen and provide feedback to others.
November 29, 8PM, Argyros Forum 209B
Join Cross-Cultural Engagement as we discuss the Dakota Access Pipeline and the protests that are occurring.
November 30, 2PM, Argyros Forum 119A
Come join Cross-Cultural Engagement for a Disability Awareness Panel on November 30 at 2pm in AF119A. There will be speakers, resources, activities and free food!
November 30, 3:30PM-7:00PM, Fowler School of Law
Fowler School of Law, Public Law Center OC
This clinic is for RENEWAL DACA applications ONLY
Este taller es solamente para RENOVAR aplicaciones de DACA
- Receive assistance with DACA Application I-821D
- Reciba asistencia con aplicacion de DACA I-821D
- Attorneys on-site
- Be screened for other forms of imigration relief
- Sea revisado para otros remedios immigratorios
To schedule an appointment, till out this form: https://goo.gl/forms/YrREAU5m66fP0L5d2 or call (714) 727-7627
November 30, 5:30PM, Argyros Forum 209
Chapman University’s Iluminación
Chapman University’s Iluminación is celebrating the excellent work of our high school and university writers in the Fall 2016 Iluminación Writing Program on Wednesday, November 30, 2016, 5:30 p.m. – 8 p.m. in Argyros Forum 209. Students will present joint research projects and readings. About Iluminación: Chapman University writing students collaborate with students from Orange High School and NOVA Academy over eight weeks during the fall semester, the university and high school students meet in writing workshops to discuss college-level writing and research and the college experience.
WORLD AIDS DAY: COMPULSIVE PRACTICE SCREENING
December 1, 11AM, Student Union Collaboration Cubes
In commemoration of World AIDS Day on Thursday, Cross-Cultural Engagement invites you to stop by the Student Union Collaboration Cubes starting at 11am for a screening of Compulsive Practice. Compulsive Practice is a compilation of clips from the compulsive, daily, habitual video practices of nine artists and activists deeply affected by HIV/AIDS who live with their cameras.
TRANSGENDER DAY OF REMEMBRANCE
December 1, 10PM, Attallah Piazza
Though Transgender Day of Remembrance is nationally recognized on November 20, Cross-Cultural Engagement invites you to stop by the Attallah Piazza on Thursday at 10pm to memorialize those who have been murdered as a result of transphobia and to bring attention to the continued violence endured by the transgender community.
TRI-CAMPUS BROOM BALL CHANUKAH PARTY
December 3, 10PM, KHS Ice Arena (Anaheim)
Chapman Hillel teams with UCI Hillel and Cal State Fullerton Hillel for their annual Broom Ball Chanukah Party on Saturday at 10pm at KHS Ice Arena in Anaheim. Refreshments will include sufganiyot (jelly donuts), gelt, and other Chanukah favorites.
December 6, 11:30AM, Argyros Forum 209B
Faculty Research and Development Council
The Faculty Research and Development Council is pleased to bring you the Faculty Forum Discussion with Dr. Ian Barnard on “Queer Theory: What’s New? What’s Interdisciplinary? What’s Intersectional? What Are Students Doing?” – Tuesday, December 6, 2016 at 11:30 a.m. in Argyros Forum 209B.
Dr. Barnard will discuss the work he did to develop a new interdisciplinary course in Queer Theory for the Chapman Honors program using a Personalized Education Grant, and the kind of work that students produced in the course that resulted from the award. The presentation will address recent developments in the field of queer theory, ways of thinking through “queer” in the context of Chapman’s current diversity initiatives, the challenges of developing and teaching an interdisciplinary course, and the kinds of interests and creative and scholarly work that students at Chapman have activated and produced around academic courses in queer studies.
Dr. Barnard is Associate Professor of Rhetoric and Composition in the Department of English, Director of Chapman’s LGBTQ Studies Program, and a professor in Chapman’s Honors Program. Ian teaches courses in queer studies, and rhetoric and composition, and is the author of the books Queer Race: Cultural Interventions in the Racial Politics of Queer Theory and Upsetting Composition Commonplaces.
December 7, 10AM, Attallah Piazza
Civic Engagement Initiatives
\\\”To deny people their human rights is to challenge their very humanity.\\\”
Human Rights Day is observed every year on December 10th. It commemorates the day on which, in 1948, the United Nations General Assembly adopted the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. In 1950, the Assembly passed resolution 423 (V), inviting all States and interested organizations to observe December 10th of each year as Human Rights Day.
This year, Chapman will celebrate Human Rights Day with campus programs throughout the week leading up to December 10th, including a Pop-up Art Exhibition in the Attallah Piazza on Wednesday, December 7. Civic Engagement Initiatives is seeking individuals, clubs, and student organizations that are interested in creating a piece of artwork commemorating one ore more of the fundamental universal human rights. Interested individuals and clubs/student organizations must complete this form in order to submit artwork for the exhibit. Members of the Chapman community will be able to vote on their favorite piece of art, with the top three favorites being placed on display in the Student Union.
If you have questions, please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org with \\\”Human Rights Day\\\” in the subject line.
December 9, 7PM, Folino Theater
Dodge College of Film and Media Arts
Join us for a screening of short documentary films, written, directed, filmed and edited by Dodge College students this past summer on Friday, December 9 at 7 p.m. in the Folino Theater. A Q&A with the student filmmakers and reception to follow. Seating is first come. This program is made possible through the generosity of an anonymous donor, for which we
are extremely grateful. Films produced by students in the International Documentary program in Dodge College of Film and Media Arts’ Dhont Documentary Film Center, in association with the School of Law, and Wilkinson College of Humanities and Social Sciences.
April 8, 7:30PM, Musco Center for the Arts
Musco Center World CAFE
Musco World CAFE presents Island Soul: A Celebration of Hawai’ian Music and Culture featuring Na Lei Hulu I Ka Wēkiu and the Masters of Hawaiian Slack Key Guitar
Come and enjoy a day-long festival of Hawai’ian culture and music, with free outdoor performances and events all afternoon featuring acclaimed local Hawai’ian musicians and dancers, craft booths, food and fun for all ages. In the evening, the Masters of Slack Key Guitar join the thrilling dancers of Na Lei Hulu I Ka Wēkiu for a dazzling theatrical experience that blends traditional and contemporary Hawai’ian music and dance.
Daytime events: FREE! Reserved Tickets for 7:30 pm concert: $25-$50 Chapman Students: $10 off with ID (any level) Chapman Faculty & Staff: $5 off with ID (any level) A limited number of VIP Tickets will be available for $65
May 28, 1PM: Free Events; 6PM: Concert, Musco Center for the Arts
Musco Center World CAFE
It’s fiesta time once again on the Aitken Arts Plaza! Following the huge success of last year’s Heartbeat of Mexico festival and concert, Musco World CAFE presents the 2017 edition by popular demand! Enjoy free performances by many of Southern California’s top Mexican and MexicanAmerican performing groups, plus culture and arts booths, delicious food on sale and much more.