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AUSB Campus Update

Dear AUSB Students, As we approach the mid-point of the spring quarter and begin summer semester next week, I wish to thank you for your perseverance and commitment to your program of study at Antioch University in this relatively new

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AU Seattle Campus Update

Greetings Students: We are a few weeks away from the mid-point of our quarter, and I would like to thank you for your perseverance, your commitment to Antioch and to your program of study. I know it is difficult for

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Provost Update to AUSB Students – 4/3/20

Dear AUSB Students, As you read in Assistant Vice Chancellor of Student Success (AVCSS) Melissa Kirk’s letter, the university is committed to student support during this exceptional time. System-wide initiatives have been put into place to ensure the quality of

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Kingdom Day flyer 2019
Los Angeles

Antioch Marches in LA’s 34th MLK Kingdom Day Parade

2019 marked the first year that Antioch University marched as a group in LA’s 34th Kingdom Day Parade. Accompanying the group of faculty, staff, students, alums, and family members was a twelve-foot tall puppet modeled on the image of the

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Incarceration nation Fall 2018 edition
Los Angeles

“Incarceration Nation”

This past fall quarter 2018, to commemorate the academic tradition of convocation, Antioch University Los Angeles held a series of activities exploring a critical social justice issue of our time: mass incarceration. The convocation entitled “Incarceration Nation” included lectures and

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Antioch Seattle Students Study Homelessness First Hand

This article originally appeared on King5.com. SEATTLE – It’s the portrait of Phillip Jones that reminds Shelby Powell of the past but why she will fight in the future. Powell, 36 and an Antioch University Seattle Psychology Major, found joy

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