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Lit Up in Fall of 2017
Los Angeles

History of the Literary Uprising

The Literary Uprising (Lit Up) is a quarterly event that celebrates the writing of students, alumni, and faculty of Antioch University Los Angeles. It is sponsored by the BA in Liberal Studies program and its online Literary Journal the “Two

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Students interacting in hallway
Los Angeles

Bachelor’s Degree Open House

The Undergraduate Studies Division of Antioch University Los Angeles invites all prospective bachelor’s students to our Bachelor’s Degree Open House on Saturday, May 19 from 9:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Learn more about our five bachelor’s degree programs. The BA in Liberal Studies

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V-day poster
Los Angeles

10th Anniversary of V-Day at Antioch

Antioch University Los Angeles is celebrating the 10th anniversary of participating in V-Day with performances of The Vagina Monologues on Friday, February 23th and Saturday the 24th. This year marks the 20th anniversary of the V-Day. Twenty years ago, Eve Ensler’s

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MFA Faculty Seminars

During Antioch’s MFA in Creative Writing residencies, students participate in a genre-writing workshop and attend faculty and guest lectures. Below are condensed versions of two seminars, Writing Sonnets with Jenny Factor and The Contrarian Grammarian: Reviewing Matters of Grammar and

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Man standing with bikes
Los Angeles

Two Urban Sustainability MA Alumni Named Influential Urbanists

Ioby, a platform for organizing and funding neighborhood improvement projects nationwide, coined the term “crowd-resourcing” to describe the way in which their system works to gather volunteers and resources from the communities, for the communities. Their blog post, 100 Most Influential

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2017 MFA Winter Residency Class Photo
Los Angeles

MFA Winter Residency

Antioch’s low-residency MFA program held its winter residency December 7-17, 2017 on the Antioch University Los Angeles campus. During the residency, students attended workshops and seminars that engaged their creative minds to think critically and promote social justice in their

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2 students standing by a table with lots of fruits and vegetables on it
Los Angeles

Sustainable Living Fair

The AULA Sustainability Committee, Student Engagement Office, and Undergraduate Studies Department hosted a Sustainable Living Fair on campus. The Fair’s goal was to highlight ways students and community members could increase their own environmentally friendly lifestyle choices, do less harm to our

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2 ink prints of black birds
Los Angeles

Two Hawks Quarterly Gets a Redesign

Two Hawks Quarterly was begun in 2007 by creative writing students in the BA in Liberal Studies program at Antioch University Los Angeles. Submissions are curated by a team of student editors who work together with faculty to select work, correspond with

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Urban Sustainability fall residency speaking group
Los Angeles

Urban Sustainability Hosts Fall Residency

The low-residency Urban Sustainability MA program held its fall residency October 24–October 29, 2017 on the Antioch campus. During each residency, students acquire and employ a set of practitioners tools and skills that contribute to making our cities more just and

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Group of students, Listening Attentively in the Courtyard
Los Angeles

MA in Nonprofit Management Program Visits LAMusArt

Two current MA in Nonprofit Management (MANM) student cohorts visited the LA Music and Art School (LAMusArt) on November 4, 2017. Executive Director Manny Prieto, who is a MANM alumnus, provided a tour for the Vision and Luminous cohorts. He designed

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