In The 2019 Issue

Featured Articles

Creative Arts Therapies

“Art transcends language. It is a global way of communicating,” said Janice Hoshino, a registered and board certified art therapist and a licensed marriage and

Jessica Barry

Designing for Greatness

Jessica Barry graduated from SAA with a diploma in graphic design in 1997,became its President in 2007, and purchased the school in 2013.As her high

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Living a Passion for an Organic Life

Katie Schwerin ’93 (New England, MA in Education) is a lifelong educator, learner, and community builder. The co-founder, along with her husband Bill Whyte, of

OPERATION STREAMLINE

Dr. Jude Bergkamp Works to Challenge Federal Immigration Policies Such As Operation Streamline. Jude Bergkamp ’98, ’10, (Seattle, MA in Psychology, PsyD) program chair of

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The Psychology of Color

When Leatrice “Lee” Eiseman ’71 (Antioch College, BA in Psychology) was a little girl, she knew she had a natural talent for putting colors together

Also in this Issue

A GIFTED VOICE

Millions of people have heard Darby Bailey’s ’08 (Los Angeles, BA in Liberal Studies) voice. That’s because billions of calls have been made to 4-1-1

Applying the Therapeutic Power of Play

“Toys are their words, play is their story,” says Cary Hamilton, Director of the Play Therapy program. Using the therapeutic powers of play, certified Play

Chancellor’s Message

Horace was right! Antioch is more than a University; it’s a 167 year old democracy project. He understood that without democracy there can be no

Finding Her Focus

Professional photographer and chef Poppy de Garmo earns her bachelor’s degree, fulfilling lifelong goal. Throughout her careers, from chef to photographer, Poppy de Garmo, ’17

Go Your Own Way

Lynn Houston inspires throughaviation and performance.Lynn Houston’s ’11, ’16 (Santa Barbara, BA, MBA) path began at 17 years old when she left her home in

The King of New Jump Swing

Three time Guinness world record holder and author Donald “Spiderman” Thomas ’84 (Antioch West’s Honolulu Center, BA in Liberal Studies with a Concentration in Holistic

Since our founding 1852, Antioch University has remained on the forefront of social justice, inclusion, and equality – regardless of ethnicity, gender, creed, orientation, focus of study, or ability.

Antiochians actively reflect these shared values to inspire positive change in the world. Common Thread is where we document the stories that showcase our communities actions, so the change we work for can be shared widely.  

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