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On Reading

By Lisa Lepore Library Director There’s a ton of research on the benefits of reading. It says reading sharpens our minds to help us understand complex structures, develops sophisticated conceptual connections, expands our use and facility with language, introduces diverse … Read More

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MFA alum & faculty member Seth Fischer attends White House Bisexual Community Briefing

Written by Seth Fischer I was lucky enough to attend a historic Bisexual Community Briefing at the White House, where more than a hundred bi+ activists were given a platform to discuss our needs and showcase our talents. It is … 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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Put yourself in the cycle.

As you walk around campus you will see new recycling bins. By putting your California Redemption Value (CRV) beverage containers into the bins, you will not only help protect our environment, but you will help support job creation. Mary Sutton, student … Read More


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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Anonymous Donation of $40,000 Funds New Trauma Specialization Scholarship

Thanks to the generosity of an anonymous donor, Antioch University Los Angeles (AULA) has created a new scholarship for the Trauma Specialization in the Master Arts in Clinical Psychology Program. The entire $40,000 gift will be awarded equally among qualified … Read More

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BA in Liberal Studies Faculty Kim Dower Named West Hollywood City Poet

Kim Dower, who teaches workshops in our BA in Liberal Studies program, has been unanimously selected by the City of West Hollywood’s City Council as the City of West Hollywood’s next City Poet. Dower was selected through a nominations process and … Read More

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2016 Alumni Award Recipients Announced

The recipients of this year’s Antioch University Los Angeles (AULA) Alumni Awards include a marriage and family therapist who founded AULA’s Bridge Program; a poet, educator and therapist who has led workshops across the country for LGBT youth; a social … Read More


AIDS Walk 2016 – Walk Your Talk

The 2016 AIDS Walk Los Angeles takes place on Sunday, October 23, 2016. For more than 25 years, AULA has participated in this important fundraising event. Turn your compassion into action by joining team Antioch Walks! Help us raise funds for service … Read More