Over the past 15 years, Chapman University has experienced explosive growth in its bucolic setting in Old Towne Orange. New buildings, programs, an increased student body and the opening of a performing arts center has caused Chapman reputation to increase nationwide. But it's now facing the ire of residents who say students hold too many rowdy parties, and city officials who want to clamp down on such gatherings and are also looking askew at the college's expansion plans. Can there be a compromise?
FROM THIS EPISODE
More From Orange County Line
LATEST BLOG POSTS
Will Orange County go from Red to Blue? On a recent evening, about two dozen friends and neighbors gathered at a house party in Irvine. They had come to meet Katie Porter, a Democrat who’s running for Congress… Read More
To flip the House, Democrats eye Orange County The Democratic Party sees the 2018 midterms as the first national referendum on Donald Trump’s presidency and an opportunity to regain control of the House of Representatives. And California is… Read More