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Community Garden Connections Featured in Keene Sentinel

Community Garden Connections (CGC), a program led by Antioch New England students and faculty, was featured in The Keene Sentinel! CGC is successfully led by a team of student garden site coordinators as well as Antioch faculty advisors Dr. Jean Kayira and Dr. Libby McCann. Their education and outreach work builds community resilience through their 12 garden sites throughout the Monadnock Region. Read the full article here to learn more about this team and their work.

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Diane Gottlieb ‘19

Diane Gottlieb’s ‘19 (Antioch Los Angeles, MFA) interview with Antioch MFA Faculty Ana Maria Spagna appeared in PRISM International. Her review of A Constellation of Ghosts by Laraine Herring appeared in Barrelhouse and her flash fiction piece “Her Mother Used to Make Her Cry Until She Learned” was published in Variant Literature. Gottlieb’s interview with poet Christopher Soto was published in The Rumpus and her interview with Jessica O’Dwyer was published in The Bookends Review.

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Dr. Joe Powell ’95, ’98, ‘01

Dr. Joe Powell ’95, ’98, ‘01 (Antioch Seattle, BA Liberal Studies, MA Education, Graduate Teacher Prep Certificate) is the Principal at Alan T. Sugiyama (ATS) High School in Seattle. Powell and ATS High School were featured in a story in King5 television news story on the school on its work to bridge equity gaps for at-risk youth. Dr. Powell is a member of Antioch Seattle’s School of Education Professional Educator Advisory Board. Watch the news story here.

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Kim Sabin ’17

Kim Sabin ’17 (Antioch Los Angeles, MFA Creative Writing) was named Residential English Faculty and Creative Writing Program Lead at Scottsdale Community College.

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Victoria Chang

Victoria Chang, MFA Core Faculty, published five poems from her new book of poetry, The Trees Witness Everything, in The New Yorker.

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Christopher Key ‘94

Christopher Key ‘94 (Antioch Seattle, BA) published his first novel, Report on Planetbase D73: A Novel of Hope, a science fiction story based on a computer game. It is subtitled A Novel of Hope because it assumes that the human race will survive its current existential crises. “I was a journalist most of my working life and never thought I could write book-length fiction, but writing courses at Antioch and elsewhere always taught ‘write what you know,’ so I did,” said Key.  “The characters have taken over to the point that I have finished a sequel, which should be published

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Jerrid Kalakay ‘15

Dr. Jerrid Kalakay ‘15 (PhD, GSLC) is the Professor of Business and Organizational Leadership at Valencia College. He recently led efforts in the launch of new concentrations within their Bachelor of Applied Science in Business and Organizational Leadership program. Learn more about the launch and new programming here. Read more about Dr. Kalakay’s and his dissertation “JUST” Business and Often Personal: An Exploration into the Incidents Social Entrepreneurs Identify as Critical to Leading Their Enterprises here.

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Rev. Lynn Horan

PhD in Leadership and Change student Rev. Lynn Horan, was selected as Christian Femist Today’s (CFT) 2022 Nancy A. Hardesty Memorial Scholarship (NAHMS) recipient. The NAHMS is presented annually by the organization to a student who aspires to exemplify the values and achievements of Nancy A. Hardesty, a founding member of the Christian Feminism Today organization. Additionally, Lynn recently published the viewpoint piece entitled, “Women, Be Supportive of Each Other” covering her current research on boundary work and female clergy attrition in the Albany (NY) Times Union. She is also the recipient of the 2022 Innovation Grant through the Presbyterian Church (USA) to support her research

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Matthew David King ’16, ’19

Matthew David King ’16, ’19 (Antioch Los Angeles, BA; Antioch Santa Barbara, MFA) played the role of Doc in the World Premiere of Coin & Ghost’s Mama Mama Can’t You See at The Other Space at The Actors Company.

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