Who figured a university with fewer than 10,000 students nestled on a quaint campus just up the street from the old-timey, Middle American look and feel of the Orange Plaza would become a showcase of modern immigrant engagement and achievement that drives forward in spite of all the political palaver and high emotions attached to the subject these days? … Chapman University has taken up the job in a number of ways that seem to defy any specific planning, with a prime example offered by Paul Musco, who has gone from the “huddled masses” welcomed by Emma Lazarus’ sonnet on the Statue of Liberty to the heights of commercial and philanthropic accomplishment as the founder of Santa Ana-based Gemini Industries...

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