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Study in France

AULA’s graduate psychology program is taking students to the south of France to study Buddhism, psychology, and the culture of the area. This is the third year AULA is hosting the study abroad trip and the first year it’s open … Read More

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Anne Ursu Wins 2014 Horace Mann Upstanders Book Award

The Real Boy, written by Anne Ursu, is the winner of the seventh annual Horace Mann Upstanders Book Award. In this henomenal story, a young boy growing up in an ever-changing world of magic risks his own life to save … Read More

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Battling Violence Against Women

For the seventh year, students and community members from AULA will participate in V-Day and join a global voice that is demanding an end to violence against women. V-Day is a catalyst that promotes creative events to increase awareness, raise … Read More

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Campus Renovations… and away we grow

AULA has begun the exciting process of expanding its campus from 51,318 square feet to 62,252 square feet – an increase of more than 25%. Once the renovation is complete, AULA’s campus will boast larger, more comfortable classrooms, with new … Read More

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Red Scarf Project

AULA community members were busy this fall knitting and crocheting 33 red scarves and writing personalized notes to donate to the Red Scarf Project. On Valentine’s Day 2014, the red scarves will arrive at colleges around the country as part … Read More

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Antioch University Receives 10‐Year Reaccreditation

Antioch University has been approved for reaccreditation for a ten‐year period by The Higher Learning Commission (HLC). The formal approval, which was announced on December 9, 2013, is the culmination of a three‐year process that included a substantial “self‐study” of … Read More

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Perpetual Food Drive Reaches Goal of 4 Tons!

In the spring quarter of 2011, Project Second Life – a collaborative project of the Applied Community Psychology Specialization and the Education Department – launched a Perpetual Food Drive.  Unlike a typical food drive that take place once or only … Read More

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And the winner is….

Mario Davila is a dedicated and passionate arts educator, Director of LA’s BEST After School Arts Program, the founder of LAartlab, a contributor to many community arts programs, and the recipient of the Abramson-Muscarolas Scholarship in Nonprofit Management. The scholarship … Read More

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Inaugural Alumni Award Winners

Two distinguished alumni were presented with awards at the Inaugural Alumni Awards and Reunions. Naomi Benaron, MFA in Creative Writing ’06, was presented with the President’s Award for Distinction in Professional Accomplishment. It is given to an alum who has … Read More

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Sustainable Supper

The Master of Arts in Urban Sustainability program hosted a Sustainable Supper, a way of eating that does not deplete the environment. The supper kicked off the first day of the MA in Urban Sustainability’s residency. The evening included a … Read More