Category Archives: Events

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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AULA co-sponsors VetsHack

Antioch University Los Angeles partnered with Sabio, a Los Angeles-based software engineering program, and Operation Code, a non-profit organization that aims to get veterans coding, to host VetsHack over the Labor Day weekend. The objective of the hackathon was to bring … Read More

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Collective REMAKE: Art, Business, Education, News, People and Recycling for Sustainability

As part of her capstone project, MA in Urban Sustainability student Mary Sutton, launched a series of five workshops to explore and share the benefits and business of starting worker cooperatives. Sutton is starting an organization, “Collective REMAKE: Art, Business, Education, … Read More

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AULA Creates Poetry and Story

Antioch University Los Angeles and inspiration2publication was proud to celebrate the 10th Anniversary of the Leimert Park Village Book Fair. AULA hosted a “Bookend” event the Sunday before the Fair offering refreshments, Poetry & Story for the community-at-large followed by … Read More

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Téa Leoni Kicks Off Fundraising Campaign via Social Media to Support Antioch University’s Bridge Program

Actress Téa Leoni, known for her role as Elizabeth McCord on CBS’s Madam Secretary, announced that she will match contributions dollar-for-dollar up to $30,000 to Antioch University’s Bridge Program, which provides free college courses for adults in Los Angeles who … Read More

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Where are the Muslim Voices?

Speaking to a “packed library,” four women discussed Islam, how it is understood currently in the US, and how they understand it personally, as a cultural, spiritual, and everyday part of their lives. Zari Hedayat, AULA affiliate faculty, is a … Read More

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Celebration of Exceptional Student Work

The BA Showcase is AULA’s celebration of exceptional undergraduate student work and one of our premiere events of the year. The showcase is a chance to celebrate and honor students’ exemplary work over the course of the academic year. Creative … Read More

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Addiction Studies Concentration Celebrates 2nd Year

More than 100 students, faculty, and guests gathered to celebrate the Addiction Studies Concentration 2nd Annual Anniversary Bash. In attendance were representatives from community colleges, members of the credentialing body of the addiction community, and the community college honoree of the … Read More

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Yellow Ribbon Room Unveiling

At first, all anyone could see was a yellow ribbon – a bow that you’d choose for your grandmother’s birthday gift – stuck on the Room 1014 sign on the first floor of AULA’s campus. Inside, there was a couch, … Read More

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