Grad Decade: 2010s

Khavin Debbs ‘18

Khavin Debbs ‘18 (Antioch University Seattle, MA in Education with Urban Environmental Education) was promoted to Deputy Executive Director of Preschool and Community Programs Tiny Trees Preschool. In this role, Debbs will lead strategy and implementation for preschool and community programming. He will oversee the Community Programs Coordinator, (two) Preschool Co-Directors, and the Equity Coordinator to ensure Tiny Trees programming supports its purpose and vision and complies with local and state regulations.  Debbs was a founding member of the Tiny Trees team as Supervisor and Curriculum Coach, Operations Manager, and Community Programs Manager. Over the years, he has played a

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Lauren Kinney ‘17

Lauren Kinney ‘17 (Antioch University Los Angeles, MFA in Creative Writing) taught a flash fiction workshop for 7th–12th graders this summer for the Austin Library Foundation’s Badgerdog program.

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Adrian Ernesto Cepeda ‘16

Adrian Ernesto Cepeda‘s ’16 (Los Angeles, MFA in Creative Writing) poetry collection, We Are the Ones Possessed, will be published by CLASH Books in 2022. His poem, “Verses Almost Sent to a Lingering Flame,” was published in Sentience Literary Journal and his poem, “Love by a Trash Can,” appeared in Punk Noir Magazine.  

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Lisa Eve Cheby

Lisa Eve Cheby’s ‘10 (Antioch University Los Angeles, MFA in Creative Writing) piece, “Weeding in the Patriarchy,” appeared in Ethel.

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Lena Morán-Acereto ‘16

Lena Morán-Acereto ‘16 (Antioch University Santa Barbara, MEd) returned to the board of the Wilderness Youth Project (WYP) after a leave of absence taken while she served as a consultant advising WYP’s board and staff in their equity work. Operating summer camps, a nature preschool, afterschool programs, and a subsidized program in local public schools called the Bridge to Nature, WYP brings nature connection to more than 1,000 children a year on a weekly basis, building on the fact that nature connection makes kids “smarter, healthier and happier.” Read more here.

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Gabriella Souza ‘19

Gabriella Souza’s ‘19 (Antioch University Los Angeles, MFA in Creative Writing) essay, “The #Midwessay: Far Enough,” appeared in Essay Daily and her interview, “Squaring Inherent Darkness and Femininity: A Conversation with Maria Adelmann,” was published in The Adroit Journa.

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Gillian Reingold ’18

Gillian Reingold’s ‘18 (Antioch University Los Angeles, MFA in Creative Writing) poem, “One Hundred Gates,” was published in So to Speak.

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Gabriella Hudson-Abbot ‘12

Gabriella Hudson-Abbot ‘12 (Antioch University Seattle, BA in Liberal Studies) painted a mural at South Lynnwood Park as a part of a $2.5 million renovation project. The mural features caring arms and takes inspiration from Native Americans who see themselves as stewards of the land. The mural is meant to inspire us to care for the Earth. Read the full article here.

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Lena Morán-Acereto ’16

Lena Morán-Acereto ’16 (Education with focus on Leadership and Social Justice, Antioch Univerity Santa Barbara) has joined the Board of the Wilderness Youth Project (WYP), the leading nature connection organization in Santa Barbara County. WYP Board members oversee governance, finance, and fundraising and act as ambassadors to the community. The mission of the Wilderness Youth Project is to foster confidence, health, and a lifelong love of learning for young people and families through active outdoor experiences and mentoring. Morán-Acereto is returning to the Board after a leave of absence taken while she served as a consultant advising WYP’s Board and

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Roberto Lovato ’18

Roberto Lovato’s (Antioch University Los Angeles, MFA in Creative Writing) memoir Unforgetting: A Memoir of Family, Migration, Gangs, and Revolution in the Americas was selected by the Los Angeles Times on a curated list of the Best Books of 2020 and recommended by SF Weekly’s Holiday Gift Guide. He was interviewed on The Laura Flanders Show discussing Unforgetting. He had two pieces, “The Age of Intersectional Empire Is Upon Us,” and “The Kids are Reimagining International Solidarity,” published in The Nation. Read about Lovato and his work in the Fall 2020 Antioch University Alumni Magazine article A Revolutionary Life in

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Malia Márquez ‘ 19

Malia Márquez’s ‘ 19 (Antioch University Los Angeles, MFA in Creative Writing) first novel, This Fierce Blood, will be published by Acre Books in October 2021.  Her stories, “A House So Beautiful” was published in Coffin Bell, and “What Happens to the Heart” in Hobart.

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Tim Cummings ‘18

Tim Cummings ‘18 (Los Angeles, MFA) had his short story, Luke De Foncé Du Nuage published in Scare Street’s horror anthology Night Terrors. He was interviewed about writing and the creative process for the Local Stories series in Shoutout LA, and was a guest editor for Critical Read, choosing micro-essays for their Art Is Essential series during April, May, June, July, and August 2021. 

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