Author Archives: Sara Ring

MFA Alumna Wins Accolades for Socially Conscious Novel

Fleur Philips’ self-published new novel, “Crumble,” is the 2013 San Francisco Book Festival Winner for Young Adult Fiction, and a Young Adult Finalist in the 2013 International Book Awards. Working Mother Magazine also named it one of the top seven … Read More

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AULA Magazine Re-Launches with New Look, Name

A brand new issue of the Antioch University Los Angeles magazine is almost here. Since it was last published a year and a half ago, the magazine has undergone something of a makeover, with a fresh new look courtesy of … Read More

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Three Students Receive 2013 AULA Library Research Awards

Do basketball players who think positively play better? Graduate Psychology student Anthony David determined to find out, researching the correlation between positive thinking and athletic performance and conducting his own study on the basketball court. His paper “Do Positive Thoughts … Read More

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HLC Site Visit Team Comes to AULA

Antioch University Los Angeles hosted the Higher Learning Commission (HLC) site visit team on Tuesday, May 14th. The visit was part of the reaffirmation of accreditation process for Antioch University, which has been continuously accredited since 1927. Reaffirmation of accreditation … Read More

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Henry Cole Wins 2013 Horace Mann Upstanders Book Award

Unspoken, written and illustrated by Henry Cole, is the winner of the sixth annual Horace Mann Upstanders Book Award. The award is given by Antioch University Los Angeles’ Education Department and will be formally presented on June 15, 2013, in … Read More

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Antioch University Counseling Center Now Offers Parenting Class

The Antioch University Counseling Center (AUCC) now offers weekly therapy groups for parents of children through the age of 18. The two-hour sessions are designed to create a sense of community with other parents with whom they can share ideas and … Read More

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AULA Celebrates Black History Month and V-Day

AULA presents two powerful events this February that reflect the University’s commitment to social justice. In appreciation of Black History Month, Diversity Uprising presents Soul Divas, a special tribute to black female vocalists on Friday, February 15th. This free evening … Read More

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Bridge Program to Expand to Third Location, Offer New Services

Antioch University Los Angeles’ Bridge Program is preparing to give even more underserved Los Angeles residents the benefits of higher education. The Bridge Program, which opened its doors in 1999, provides free college courses to low-income adults at AULA’s Culver … Read More

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MFA Founding Chair Eloise Klein Healy Is Los Angeles’ first Poet Laureate

Eloise Klein Healy, the founding chair of AULA’s Master of Fine Arts in Creative Writing program, was named the first Poet Laureate for the City of Los Angeles. Healy will serve as Poet Laureate for a two-year term, from November, … Read More

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MFA’s Lunch Ticket Journal Now Available

AULA’s MFA in Creative Writing program has just published the second issue of the popular online literary journal Lunch Ticket, which features the rich works of poets, artists, authors, essayists, and interviewers. Lunch Ticket is produced twice a year and … Read More

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