President Tex Boggs Perpetual Food Drive

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


Three New Members Join Board of Trustees

Over the past several months Andy Bales, Jason Oclaray, and Laurie Petersen were elected by AULA’s Board of Trustees bringing the Board’s membership total to 14 members. They will serve a three-year term. “We are pleased that these three incredibly … Read More


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

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Good Reads

As fall approaches and classes resume, it may be harder to find as much time for pleasure reading. But the importance of reading for pleasure is well documented. We asked our MFA in Creative Writing faculty members, who are avid … Read More


AIDS Walk Los Angeles. “We walk our talk.”

The 29th annual AIDS Walk Los Angeles takes place on Sunday, October 13, 2013. For more than 20 years, AULA has participated in this important fundraising event. “AIDS Walk Los Angeles is one of the best things we do. We … Read More


New Post-Degree Certificate in Conflict and Non-conflict Related Trauma Studies

AULA is now offering a post-degree Certificate in Conflict and Non-conflict Related Trauma Studies (or Psychology of Trauma, for short). The certificate program grew out of AULA’s Conflict and Non-conflict Related Trauma Specialization within the master’s in Clinical Psychology program, … Read More

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MFA Alumna Wins Accolades for Socially Conscious Novel

Fleur Philips’ self-published new novel, “Crumble,” is the 2013 San Francisco Book Festival Winner for Young Adult Fiction, and a Young Adult Finalist in the 2013 International Book Awards. Working Mother Magazine also named it one of the top seven … Read More


AULA Magazine Re-Launches with New Look, Name

A brand new issue of the Antioch University Los Angeles magazine is almost here. Since it was last published a year and a half ago, the magazine has undergone something of a makeover, with a fresh new look courtesy of … Read More