Antioch Voices: Jasper Nighthawk

8 Billion Eggs

1.   Friday night we hire a sitter and go to the Hollywood Bowl to hear Sarah McLachlan play through her 30-year-old album Fumbling Towards Ecstasy. After the opener we sit for a while…

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Board Hellos and Goodbyes

In early May, Antioch University’s Board of Governors unanimously elected the following five new members to the Board of Governors: Kenny Alexander, Mike Bills, Froswa’ Booker-Drew, Devorah Lieberman, and Tim…

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Eight Stories For Teacher Appreciation Week

This week we are observing National Teacher Appreciation Week, a time to celebrate teachers and recognize the lasting contributions they make to education and society. Here at Antioch University, supporting teachers and public education is a big part of our past and present.

Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month

Celebrate AAPI Heritage With Eight Antiochian Stories

May is Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month, and it serves as a time to celebrate and reflect on the culture, history, achievements, and continued work of Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders in the U.S. Here at Antioch University, we take this time both to recognize the contributions of Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders and to remember past injustices that our Federal, state, and local governments have perpetrated against these communities.

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Nine Stories About Environmental Studies for Earth Month

This month marks 54 years since the first Earth Day, but the message that we must value and protect our planet has never been more important. Here at Antioch University, one of the ways we are contributing to the broader Earth Month is by collecting nine of the most powerful and inspiring stories we shared this last year about the Antiochians working to address important environmental problems around the globe.

Sally Johnstone

A Q&A With Sally Johnstone About Joining Antioch’s Board of Governors

Sally M. Johnstone has spent her career improving the quality, accessibility, and affordability of post-secondary education for adults. She helped design and launch Western Governors University, which uses an innovative, competency-based education model that allows adult students to take advantage of the knowledge they already have to decrease the time it takes them to earn a degree.

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Remembering Marva Cosby

Antioch University has lost a dear friend and colleague. Marva Cosby, an alum of our Midwest campus who served on the Antioch University Midwest Board of Trustees and later on…

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Celebrating Women’s History 2024

This Women’s History Month, we want to highlight ten Antiochian women who, in their own way, are advocating for equity, diversity, and inclusion. Read profiles of the Chair of Antioch’s Board of Governors, a student bringing sex therapy to her Japanese-American community, a writer excavating her past, a documentary filmmaker helping others tell their stories, an educator empowering students, a therapist working on the problem of Black maternal mortality, a dean passionate about reaching underserved populations, and a mobility activist fighting for safer streets.