Category Archives: Featured Article

Concerns about immigrant security in LA

With a new federal administration entering office in January 2017, our country faces many questions in the coming months.  One of the questions that is particularly critical to Los Angelenos is immigration. Los Angeles has many immigrants from Mexico, Central … Read More

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Lunch Ticket Published

We are thrilled to announce Lunch Ticket’s new Winter/Spring 2017 issue! This issue contains 82 new works of poetry, fiction, creative nonfiction, flash, young adult, works in translation, visual art, and interviews. We are immensely proud of the diverse body … Read More

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9th Annual Artistic Uprising

Artists and performers of all varieties participated in the 9th Annual Artistic Uprising that raised funds for the Bridge Program on Friday, November 11, 2017. The Artistic Uprising is an annual celebration of creative work, critical minds, and community engagement in support … Read More

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Islamic Extremism and its Impact on the American Psyche

The Diversity Committee and the MA in Clinical Psychology Program sponsored “Islamic Extremism and its Impact on the American Psyche” on October 27, 2017. This event was a continued conversation on Muslim Voices. Drs. Layla Jilood and Zari Hedayat moderated … Read More

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LGBT Specialization Alumni Present at Models of Pride Conference

LGBT Specialization Director and Associate Professor, Dr. Theodore Burnes and four Antioch alumni, who are also MFT trainees and interns, presented at the 2016 Models of Pride (MOP) Conference on October, 29th. Held at the University of Southern California campus, … Read More

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MFA Alumnus Awarded Dayton Literary Peace Prize

Susan Southard was awarded the Dayton Literary Peace Prize for her book Nagasaki: Life After Nuclear War. The Dayton Literary Peace Prize is a U.S. literary award recognizing the power of the written word to promote peace. Susan is an … Read More

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Dr. Theo Burnes Co-Edits “Teaching LGBTQ Psychology”

MA in Clinical Psychology Associate Professor and Director of the LGBT specialization, Theodore R. Burnes, PhD, MSEd, is the co-editor of the newly released book “Teaching LGBTQ Psychology – Queering Innovative Pedagogy and Practice.” This book is a practical and … Read More

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American Horror Story

Written by Ken Pienkos AULA Library hosted “American Horror Story” as an October literary experience in the realm of genre fiction and speculative abstracts. The students from Kate Maruyama’s summer lit class—LIT4370 American Horror Story and Speculative Fiction—read their ultimate … Read More

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Friends of Education Speaker Series

As part of the Friends of Education Speaker Series, renowned educator and founder of numerous schools, Dr. Paul F. Cummins spoke on leveling the playing field for students from every background with joy, passion, and creativity. President and CEO of … Read More

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“Raising Zoey”

Like many teenagers, Zoey Luna is into makeup, loves drawing, and is planning to start dating boys in high school. But things aren’t always so easy for a transgender 13-year-old girl. “Finding Zoey” follows Zoey just after winning a case … Read More

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