AUSB’s Odyssey Online Releases Video Showreel

The Odyssey Online, a digital magazine produced by Antioch University Santa Barbara students, has released a video showreel that depicts the interests and talents of several students in the Bachelor of Arts program.

The video was produced by Jacob Kistner, a BA student with a concentration in marketing and who moved to the United States from Sweden four years ago.

The Odyssey Online accepts stories, photos, and videos from all members of the AUSB community. View more from the Odyssey at odyssey.antiochsb.edu, and click here to submit your work and suggestions.

In addition, BA students can still sign up for COM 332 – Online Odyssey: Digital Magazine Publication with Jim Murray for the Winter Quarter.

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