‘Tunnel of Oppression’ exhibit presents minority experience
BIPOC Spotlight, LGBTQIA+, Social Justice, The Panther

‘Tunnel of Oppression’ exhibit presents minority experience

Published Nov. 15 Written by Mitali Shukla Each year, Chapman’s Residence Life and First Year Experience presents the “Tunnel of Oppression” gallery. Under normal circumstances, Residence Life dedicates the Sandhu Conference Center to the exhibit, where students can walk around and view performance art pieces on a variety of issues related to the BIPOC, LGBTQIA+ […]

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‘Failure in the courts’: Trump administration may threaten pillars of democracy
2020 Election, Politics, Social Justice, The Panther

‘Failure in the courts’: Trump administration may threaten pillars of democracy

Published 11/9 By Mitali Shukla President Donald Trump’s dismissal of standard election conventions in counting mail-in-ballots, according to Gordon Babst, a Chapman political science professor, is one of many violations of the norms of democracy he has perpetuated in the last two elections.  One of the three pillars of democracy, as defined by The New […]

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Cross-Cultural Center presents virtual ‘Spooky Drag Night’
LGBTQIA+, The Panther

Cross-Cultural Center presents virtual ‘Spooky Drag Night’

Published 11/2 By Mitali Shukla It took them two hours to prepare. But finally, Carley Gaedke, a Chapman senior and public relations and advertising major, managed to perfect and record a drag performance under the name “Peachy Kween” to the classic “Mean Girls” Halloween song for the Cross-Cultural Center’s (CCC) virtual “Spooky Drag Night.” “In […]

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‘Second Armenian genocide’: Arabian fears for fate of her country
Politics, Social Justice, The Panther

‘Second Armenian genocide’: Arabian fears for fate of her country

Published on 10/26 Territory in the Caucasus mountains in Armenia, referred to as Nagorno-Karabakh, has been the topic of geo-political conflict for decades. Senior broadcast journalism major Lindsey Arabian is all too familiar with the war-torn state that Nagorno-Karabakh – or as Armenians call it, “Artsakh” – has become.  “It’s heartbreaking to see their posts […]

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