» C.A.R.E.S. Members

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Nima Anjedani
Business Administration with a Real Estate Emphasis- 2019
Orinda, CA
I joined C.A.R.E.S. because I want to spread awareness throughout our school about the prevention of sexual abuse and violence. My ultimate goal is to put an end to this issue, and for the men and women of Chapman University to feel that they are living and learning in the safest environment possible. I wish to make sure that every action I take has a positive impact on the students and community around me.
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Taylor Aronow
Integrated Educational Studies- 2017
Agoura, CA
I joined CARES to help educate the community and make a positive change on campus.
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Tellis Aucoin
Peace Studies-2018
Monroe, WA
I joined CARES because I want to be a part of creating an environment at Chapman where people look out for the best interest of others, so that together we can be the generation that shows the world the importance of treating all people with respect.
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Kelly Broderick
Film Studies - 2019
Burbank, CA
I joined C.A.R.E.S. to help realize my goal of making all college campuses completely rape-free. I want to end rape culture and the stigmas associated with being a victim and survivor, and help educate the students of Chapman University on how to be safe and respectful towards everyone.
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Joseph DeCasperis
Public Relations and Advertising - 2019
Staten Island, NY
I joined C.A.R.E.S. because everyone deserves a happy morning after.
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Johnny Green
Computer Science with a minor in Math - 2017
Enterprise, OR
My sister was an active role in C.A.R.E.S. for her four years at Chapman. Since my sister and I are very close we talk a lot and my sister educated me on the severity of sexual assault on campus. This inspired me to want to spread awareness and increase education about sexual abuse and violence on campus.
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Colette Grubman
English Literature, Composition, and Rhetoric-2019
Manhattan Beach, CA
I joined C.A.R.E.S. to educate students and provide intervention with serious, sometimes stigmatized, issues such as sexual assault and rape.
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Maureen Hogan
Creative Writing - 2017
Santa Barbara, CA
I joined C.A.R.E.S. to raise awareness of sexual assault and to help create an environment where all students feel safe and cared for.
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Michael Kolinsky
Business Administration and Spanish-2019
Woodland Hills, CA
I joined C.A.R.E.S. because I wanted to be a part of an organization that makes a significant difference on campus.
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Mark Luberski
Business Administration - 2019
Yorba Linda, CA
I am tired of hearing/seeing this topic still be an issue within society, and I want to help make a difference so my kids don't have to worry about it.
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Saarini Madhava
Public Relations and Advertising - 2020
Santa Clara, CA
I joined C.A.R.E.S. because I want to educate our society about sexual violence and abuse. I want our generation to take rape seriously and do everything in their power to stop it.
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Judie Muhrez
Screenwriting, 2018
Munster, IN
I know too many survivors who feel alone and believe they need to keep silent. Similarly, I know too many people who are completely unaware of how often sexual assault occurs. Being a part of CARES means helping survivors cope with their experiences and spreading awareness across campus to create a healthier and safer student environment.
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Tiffany Orite
Digital Arts - 2020
Maui, HI
I joined C.A.R.E.S. because everyone has the right to feel safe in any environment. I believe we can achieve this by educating those around us on how to prevent sexual assault/harassment, and by teaching others that consent is extremely important and addressing why it's necessary.
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Jess Quimpo
Northridge, CA
I joined CARES because I want people to be aware that sexual assault happens and help prevent it. As someone who knows many people who have been sexually assaulted, I want to be able to support those who have been assaulted and make them feel secure again.
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Bryce Rosenbaum
Business Administration with an emphasis in Entrepreneurship - 2017
Carver, OR
I joined CARES to raise awareness of sexual assault and rape. I believe that everyone deserves to be treated with the same respect and dignity.
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Weston Ruhland
Economics & Finance - 2019
Marin, CA
I joined CARES because sexual assault and other similar topics are important issues to be aware of. I want to learn as well as educate others on such topics. In high school I was a member of a class called Peer Resource. It was a class that provided education on sex, drugs, and alcohol. We also provided students with peer to peer counseling through the use of mindfulness. I enjoyed that class and want to continue doing similar work.
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Orly Shapiro
Communication Studies with a minor in Law, Justice, and Social Control- 2018
San Diego, CA
I joined C.A.R.E.S. because I want to take part in helping every Chapman student feel safe and empowered.
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Tommy Sherk
Business Administration - 2020
Kansas City, KS
C.A.R.E.S. is a sheer force on the Chapman University campus. An organization with relentless drive to support its noble and essential cause is something I not only agree with, but something I want to be a part of to help push its message even further.
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Justin Thompson
Television and Broadcast Journalism - 2018
Laguna Niguel, CA
I joined C.A.R.E.S. to help make a difference on campus.
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Tristan Tran
Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, Economics- 2017
San Jose, CA
I'm a part of C.A.R.E.S. because no one deserves to be a victim of sexual violence. Hopefully through spreading awareness, we will be able dismantle the rape culture that shames victims and validates rapist. Together we can establish a culture of support and care
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Molly Walters
Psychology with a minor in Biology - 2019
Cameron Park, CA
As a Psychology major, I am always looking for ways to improve mental health. Part of this includes supporting those that are victims of sexual violence and promoting healthy relationships. I joined C.A.R.E.S. because I love that it recognizes the importance of these things, and has made it its mission to spread rape awareness.
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Taylor White
Kinesiology with an Athletic Training emphasis- 2017
Glendora, CA
I joined CARES to help promote a rape free environment for students on campus. Not just because it's a great thing to do, but because it's MY campus, and MY fellow students , MY colleagues, MY friends who would be the victims of rape. CARES is the first step to help prevent that which means the safer the school will be for me and everyone around me helping make Chapman a safer campus.

C.A.R.E.S. Alumni

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Wendy Acquazzino
Political Science - 2015
Lake Forest, CA
I joined C.A.R.E.S. in the hopes of enacting a positive change on our campus.
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Lexie Fleischmann
Creative Producing - 2015
Stevenson Ranch, CA
I truly believe in what CARES attempts to do on this campus and I want to help make a difference.
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Jasmine Hastings
Integrated Education Studies - 2016
Puyallup, WA
I joined CARES to help Chapman and my fellow CARES members create a more comfortable environment for students. I want to help advocate for a place where rape and any form of assault or harassment is NOT okay. I know people who have been directly affected by sexual assault, and I want to support them (and all others). Being a part of CARES strengthens my ability to do that.
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Hannah Malus
Peace Studies - 2016
New Orleans, LA
I joined CARES because sexual abuse and violence are problems that greatly plague our world. The only way to solve these issues is through awareness and prevention.
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Storm Marquis
Percussion Performance, minor in Sociology - 2016
San Diego, CA
I am a CARES member because I believe that every college campus should be focused solely on learning and fostering creativity, rather than worrying about the possibility of sexual assault and violence.
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Stephen Neil
Biological Sciences with a minor in Nutrition - 2016
Escondido, CA
I joined C.A.R.E.S. so that I can personally make an impact on the Chapman community and be a positive role model for men on campus. C.A.R.E.S. allows me to raise awareness and stand up for women affected by sexual violence/abuse. I believe that every action, big or small, can make a difference in this fight and ultimately create a safer campus for all.
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Christopher Thatcher
Environmental Science & Policy, Economics
Canyon Lake, CA
I am a member of C.A.R.E.S. because I believe in treating others with respect and dignity, and I hope other people can feel that way too.
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Lijah Vann Gardner
Biological Sciences - 2016
Petaluma, CA
I joined C.A.R.E.S. because I believe that the cure to any problem starts with education. I wanted to do my part in educating the community on a cause dedicated to making every student feel safe and respected.