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National Hispanic Heritage Month
Antioch University

Twelve Stories to Read or Listen to During Hispanic Heritage Month

Hispanic Heritage Month is celebrated from September 15- October 15 every year. This started as a week-long celebration in 1968 when President Johnson declared it and said, “The people of Hispanic descent are the heirs of missionaries, captains, soldiers, and farmers who were motivated by a young spirit of adventure and a desire to settle freely in a free land.”

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Bruce Springsteen on stage holding hands with a woman in the crowd.
New England

PsyD Professor Publishes Book on Bruce Springsteen’s Women Fans

From Beatlemania to the BTS Army, musical fandom has long included girls and women—and for just as long, there’s been a stereotype of female fans as full of lust for the male objects of their obsession. But is this a fair description? And how should we understand older female fans, the ones who have been a fan for decades?

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Portrait of Al Erdynast at a commencement ceremony in full regalia.
Los Angeles

New Undergraduate Scholarship Honors Program Founder Al Erdynast

Earlier this year, Antioch University introduced a new $10,000 scholarship that will be awarded to undergraduates. Called the Undergraduate Founders Scholarship, it highlights the formative and developmental work of Al Erdynast, the first director of Antioch University’s Los Angeles campus, the founder of the undergraduate studies program there, and a key member of the faculty for fifty years and counting. 

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Person sitting at desk looking at a laptop. The laptop screen is full of boxes with people's faces, like an online call is happening.
Antioch University

Cool Course: “Senior Project”

“We’re not reading a book and taking a test on each chapter; we’re talking about how what you’re learning impacts your life,” says Hays Moulton, Chair of Undergraduate Studies for Antioch University’s Online programs.

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Cool Course: Communication and Counseling Skills

Cool Course: Communication and Counseling Skills

Every interaction we have with another person utilizes some kind of communication. From the coffee shop to the classroom, we’re constantly relaying our needs and thoughts in the hopes that another person will understand. But the process isn’t a given.

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One Good Point, Amy Lesen
Graduate School of Leadership & Change

One Good Point… Amy Lesen

My name is Amy Lesen. I am a Professor of Environmental Leadership and Participatory Change in the Antioch University Graduate School of Leadership and Change. My work is in climate and environmental justice and health justice, and all of my work is in some way collaborative or participatory.

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