Elizabeth Sampson ’17 (Online, BA in Liberal Studies, with a specialization in Literature) was a member of The Road Theater’s Under Construction Playwriting Group, where she developed her newest play, The Skeleton Flower. The play had two staged readings for the Road, one on Zoom in 2020 and another on the Road Stage in Fall 2021. “It was a great experience to develop the play with such an accomplished group of nine other playwrights,” said Sampson.
Torin Finser, PhD, core faculty in Education at Antioch’s New England campus, spoke at a national conference in Sao Paulo, Brazil, in October about his book A Second Classroom. The book, translated into Portuguese by Livia Ribeiro, provides a thorough exploration of the parent–teacher relationship, offering practical advice to spark meaningful conversations, encourage self-reflection, and promote relational practices that foster a sense of community within and around schools. “What cannot adequately be described are the rush of sights and sounds in the largest city in Brazil, the 5th largest in the world, the warmth and hospitality of the people, enthusiasm