Consuelo Flores ’06, ‘08

Consuelo Flores ’06, ‘08 (Los Angeles, BA, MFA) was showcased in a KCET story on the 50th Anniversary Biennial Paper Fashion Gala & Runway Show which featured 13 designs of…

Arielle Silver ’16

Arielle Silver ’16 (Los Angeles, MFA), adjunct faculty in the Los Angeles Undergraduate Studies Department, joined the team at The SONA Foundation, which develops programs, resources, and grants to support…

Carrie Lynn Hawthorne ‘22

Carrie Lynn Hawthorne ‘22 (Online, UGS), a candidate in the MFA in Creative Writing program, had her nonfiction piece, “The House That Zillow Built,” published in the seventh volume of…

Nathan Irwin ‘21

Nathan Irwin ‘21 (Santa Barbara, BA), a current student in the MS in Environmental Studies program and his father, Michael Irwin, recently showcased paintings from their series, “Bygone,” a portrayal…

Carol V. Davis

Carol V. Davis, Poet and Adjunct Faculty in the Los Angeles Undergraduate program’s Creative Writing concentration, has published her fourth poetry collection, Below Zero (Stephen F. Austin University Press).   In…

Global Perspectives of Stress Cool Course with a photo of instructor Jeff Gaddess

Cool Course: “Global Perspectives on Stress”

Jeff Gaddess sees the prevalence of stress in our society as a product of the ways that it is arranged. “There are reasons you feel the way you feel,” he says. Instead, in his undergraduate course “Global Perspectives of Stress,” he guides students as they explore how different cultures from around the world manifest and manage stress—ultimately aiming to find new ways to disrupt today’s cycles of stress and trauma. 

Matthew Solomon ‘21

Matthew Solomon’s ‘21 (Online, BS) first documentary feature, Reimagining Safety, will have its Official West Coast Premiere on Friday, February 3, 2023, at the San Pedro International Film Festival. In…

Wendy Chen ’15

Wendy Chen ’15 (Los Angeles, BA) has opened the Callisto Tea House in Pasadena, CA. Callisto Teas House seeks out women-owned estates, farms, producers, and distributors of tea, as well…

Lezlie Kinyon ’85

Lezlie Kinyon ‘85 (BA, Seattle) will have her eco-speculative fiction short story “The First Song of Janna Farwind” published in December 2022. It will be featured in the Seasons Unceasing anthology by…