In The 2021 Issue

Featured Articles

Alumni Magazine 2021 cover

A Champion for Peace

For decades, José Ramos-Horta labored for the freedom of his country. His journey led to the UN, to Antioch, and even to the Nobel Peace Prize. Nothing was as good as going home.

"What the Psychic Said" book cover

Four Antiochian Poet Laureates

When Grace Cavalieri taught at Antioch-Columbia in the early ’70s, it was a heady time to be a poet, and to be a part of Antioch. This campus—centered in the newly-opened, planned community of Columbia, situated between Baltimore and Washington, DC—had been proposed in 1969 and opened its doors in 1970…

Joye And Sandi

Connections Beyond Graduation

Students studying in Antioch’s PhD in Leadership and Change are encouraged to form friendships and connections with their peers. In part this is good practice for developing leaders…

Broadway show featuring Antioch's Showbiz-to-psychology Pipeline

Antioch’s Showbiz-to-Psychology Pipeline

Your first session with a new therapist. They call you into the office. You take a seat on the couch and mentally prepare to process life’s challenges—all the while thinking, in the back of your mind, This person looks familiar. Only in LA, right?Well, no…

Illustration of two minds intertwined

Helping Overcome Addiction

Across the country, Antioch alums are finding and creating different roles to accomplish the common goal of helping people in their moments of need.

Arm, Art featured by Asata Radcliff

Featured Artist: Asata Radcliffe

Last year, the writer and artist Asata Radcliffe ‘08 (Antioch Los Angeles, MFA in Creative Writing) created a “living installation” of a hurt that does not end. This haunting eulogy, titled “A Slower Ontology,” was told through fuchsia and purple light…

Shay Bouley

Shay Stewart-Bouley: Straight No Chaser

A conversation with Shay Stewart-Bouley ’06 (Antioch New England, MEd in Administration and Supervision) reminds me of that Thelonious Monk tune, “Straight No Chaser”—if there is one thing you can be sure of, it’s that she’ll let you know exactly where she stands…

Laurien Alexandre

Radical Hope

I hoped we would be together today to send you off from Yellow Springs one last time.
I hoped that things would be so different by now.
THAT’s today’s theme. HOPE.

Stories

By App or By Internship

It’s the rare student enters a program with the specific intention to build a brand new nonprofit…

Life at 280 MPH

To say that Julie Nataas ’18, an Indiana-based NHRA Top Alcohol Dragster driver, leads a busy life, would be an understatement…

Sharing Antiochian Stories

The Seed Field Podcast—a new platform for Antiochians to share knowledge, stories, and justice-related work…