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Rasheena Fountain Featured on KBCS Broadcast

Rasheena Fountain, an alumna of the Urban Environmental Education program was recently featured in a KBCS interview titled “More Than One Kind of Nature,” which discusses what shapes our view of the environment and our relationship with it. Rasheena is

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Group photo Aids Walk 2019
Los Angeles

Team Antioch Walks Participates in AIDS Walk LA 2019

For more than 25 years, Antioch University Los Angeles has participated in AIDS Walk Los Angeles and this year marked the second-largest team ever with more than 50 Antioch walkers. The team, aptly named Antioch Walks, included AULA’s Provost Dr. Mark Hower, new

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Wendy Harris headshot
Los Angeles

Dr. Wendy Harris: A Bold New Treatment for Addiction

Dr. Wendy Harris will be presenting at the National Conference on Addiction Disorders (NCAD) West taking place in Denver, Colorado on October 24 – 26, 2019.  The title of her presentation is  “Cutting Edge, Innovative Approaches to Understanding and Treating Addiction.”

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Bridge Mural
Los Angeles

The Bridge Program Celebrates 20 Years

In the fall of 2019, the Bridge Program at Antioch University Los Angeles will celebrate 20 years. Bridge, which provides University level education for students who may not otherwise have access to higher education, was founded in 1999 by alumna

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MANM Site Visit to Neighborhood Music School
Los Angeles

Nonprofit Management Students Visit Neighborhood Music School

Students from the MA in Nonprofit Management program (MANM) visited Neighborhood Music School in Boyle Heights. Students sat inside the parlor of the Victorian house and as music wafted through the air. Karen Louis, Executive Director of the Neighborhood Music School and an alumna of the

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Cynthia J McDermott and Fred Chapel
Los Angeles

Is My Teacher a Bully?

In recent years much attention has been paid to childhood bullying, from Dan Savage’s “It Gets Better” project to support LGBTQI+ teens to the first lady’s “Be Best” campaign to end cyberbullying. Without a doubt, students face peer-to-peer bullying at

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