As we wrap up a year of forward-looking changes here at Antioch, I am delighted to introduce the sixth annual Antioch Alumni Magazine, “The Future Issue.” In these pages you…
This summer, in the center of the main gallery of the Center for Social Justice & Civil Liberties in Riverside, California, there stood a giant assembled artwork: a bouquet of wood with sticks, diverse colored beads, ropes, and dowels of different sizes sticking out in all directions, all topped off by a barrel that represented the hull of a ship, filled with a few dozen dried, carefully decorated palm fronds. An intricate assemblage full of story and suffering.
Every year, in the weeks leading up to Día de Los Muertos, Gloria Molina Grand Park in downtown Los Angeles fills with altars to the dead. This year, the altars…
Excerpts from Laurien Alexandre’s 2023 Commencement Address to Graduates of the PhD in Leadership and Change
A Q&A with the writer Anna Dorn
Becky Elias’s quest to understand and improve our food system has taken her from restaurant kitchens to food policy leadership
In new role as Co-Chair of the Anti-Racism Task Force, Pia Alexander builds on the work of a lifetime.
adrienne applegate The “Butterfly Tribe,” a group of Antioch alumni, posed for a photo as they snorkeled in the Galápagos islands, 560 miles west of Ecuador. They went snorkeling as…
A Panel Discussion on the Seed Field Podcast
For Mike Riera, a realization about his career has led to writing books, hosting TV and radio shows, leading a K-12 school—and giving back along the way
Welcome to this special history edition of the Antioch Alumni Magazine. It has been said that no business survives over the long term without reinventing itself—repeatedly. Over its long history, Antioch has certainly proven this true.
New national, nonprofit, university system will educate students for careers and to advance social justice, democracy, and the common good