AULA-2016 Library Research Award annoucement winner

2016 Library Research Awards Announced

“We are pleased to announce the three recipients of the 2016 Library Research Awards as one honorable mention,” said Lisa Lepore, Director of Library Services. “These students used excellent and extensive library resources, forming the backbone of their papers and … Read More


Antioch University affirms transgender students

Antioch University Community, You may be aware that a recent edition of the Antioch Review contains an essay concerning the transgender community that is garnering significant discussion. The Antioch Review is owned and operated by Antioch College, which is no … 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


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

BA Showcase

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

Stella By Starlight

Sharon Draper Wins 2016 Horace Mann Upstanders Book Award

Sharon M. Draper novel’s, Stella by Starlight, tackles racial injustice and finds strength in unlikely places. Draper tells the tale of a young girl living in South Carolina during the Depression-era, and is the winner of Antioch University Los Angeles’ ninth … Read More

LGBT speaker series

Two Award-Winning LGBT Writers, Lillian Faderman and Sarah Schulman, Visit AULA

Two well-known award-winning voices in the LGBT community will visit Antioch University Los Angeles for two separate talks focused on the history and recurring themes that appear in ongoing social justice conversations in the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender history. The … Read More


Scholarship Fund to Honor Dr. Douglas Sadownick

Teacher. Mentor. Social Activist. Writer. Therapist. Friend. There are so many different ways to describe Douglas Sadownick, yet not one encompasses them all. In his over twenty years at Antioch University, Douglas has expanded our understanding of what it means to … Read More


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


Antioch University Highly Rated By U.S. News for Serving Adult Students

December 7, 2015 Yellow Springs, Ohio – U.S. News released a report ranking schools based on the percentage of students enrolled in undergraduate programs in the 2014-2015 academic year age 25 or older, and Antioch University’s Midwest (AUM) campus came … Read More