Events (list)

Memorial Day (Campus Closed)
May 25 all-day
Yoga Class @ Room 200 A/B
May 27 @ 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm

Join instructor Susanne Hutchinson for our weekly Wednesday yoga class!

We meet every Wednesday, 12-1pm, Room 200A/B.

The price is $60/5 class session or $15/drop in. See Jeannie in Student Accounts to pay (cash, check or credit/debit).

Beginning the Conversation @ Seattle University, the LeRoux Room (Room STCN 160)
May 27 @ 7:00 pm – 8:30 pm

Beginning the Conversation is a series of moderated interdisciplinary discussions about one of the most profound experiences of life—death. Dying, death, and surviving the death of a loved one are lived experiences that transcend economic, racial, and gender divides.This series aims to inspire conversations about end-of-life concerns  across disciplines with perspectives from psychology, philosophy, theology, nursing, law, business, and bioethics. Choosing to live, choosing to die, and initiating or withdrawing life-sustaining treatments are just a few of the topics to be considered.

The kickoff event will be the introduction of a textbook, “Advance Care Planning – Communicating About Matters of Life and Death” by one of the editors and series moderator, Susana McCune MA, CT., who is a doctoral student at Antioch University Seattle. Each event in the series will consist of a featured keynote speaker, moderated 30-minute panel discussion, reflections, and moderated table talks based on the speakers’ remarks. It takes compassionate people working in a multitude of roles to facilitate meaningful end-of-life experiences; these experiences can be enhanced through communication. Let the conversations begin.

Beginning the Conversation

All Levels Yoga @ Antioch University Seattle, Room 200 A/B (unless otherwise noted)
May 28 @ 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm

All Levels Yoga
De-stress and invigorate with registered yoga teacher, Molly Filer (CMHC student)
A program of Antioch Seattle’s new Wellness Committee.
Thursdays, 12 – 1 p.m.
Room 200 A/B (unless otherwise noted)
Contact Molly at for more info.

Students $7 drop-in or $60 for a 10-class punchcard
Faculty/Staff $12 drop-in or $100 for a 10-class punchcard
(punchcards expire at the end of the quarter)
Please bring cash or check.

Bring your own mat!

Panel Event: The Power of Community
May 28 @ 6:30 pm – 9:30 pm

This panel is the third and final event in the AUS Spring Speaker Series Justice, Education, and Action.

For this panel event we will convene various educational stakeholders to discuss how we can draw upon the knowledge and resources of families and communities to improve schooling, particularly for marginalized and under-resourced students. We will gather educational leaders, community activists, parents, and advocates to discuss measures for making schools more equitable and for best preparing emergent educators to teach in Seattle’s diverse schools.

This is a Washington State-Approved Continuing Education Credit Clock Hour Offering: 3 CE clock hours may be earned for the duration of the session. The clock hour fee is $8 for 3 clock hours, payable by cash or check (made out to Antioch University Seattle) at the session.

Click on the poster below for more information about the Justice, Education, and Action Spring Event Series:


LGBTQIA Gathering & Pride Parade Organizing – All Are Welcome! @ Room 212 (behind the Student Lounge)
May 29 @ 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm

Come help organize the Antioch Contingent in the 2015 Seattle Pride Parade or just hang out for an hour. The LGBTQIA Student Group (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer, Questioning, Intersex, and Allies) invites students, staff, faculty, and alumni to participate – All are welcome!

Be part of the Antioch Contingent in the Seattle Pride Parade, Sunday, June 28.

If you have any questions, contact Paulette de Coriolis.

Student Veteran Advocacy Meetings @ Veterans' Lounge
May 29 @ 3:00 pm – 4:00 pm

Weekly discussion of veteran experience on campus, community resources for veterans, and current research on best practices for student veteran success. Meetings are collaborative, involving faculty, administration, student veterans, and those using transferred GI Bill benefits. All are invited to attend.

Morethana Farm Work Party @ Morethana Farms in Woodinville, WA
May 30 all-day

Are you interested in getting your hands dirty with sustainable farming?

Join us the last Saturday of every month for our Morethana Saturday work party. We’ll be seeding, planting starts, designing and installing drip irrigation, sifting and treating the soil, exploring harvesting techniques, and lots of other fun stuff. It’s a great way burn some calories and shake off the city for a few hours. Please email for information on carpooling.

About Morethana

Morethana Farm is a six-acre organic agriculture and agroforestry project located within the Sammamish Valley, near the city of Woodinville. A joint project of Pacific Bamboo ResourcesAntioch University Seattle, and SeaChar, among other local and regional groups, Morethana Farm represents an exciting, new community collaboration.

Get in touch with us! 

Here we are on Google Maps. Find us at and like us on Facebook. Meeting times vary, so email us at for more information on volunteering and internships.

Program Objectives

Morethana Farm provides opportunities for individuals and groups to engage in hands-on projects, and so collaboratively:

  • Study, design, and demonstrate a variety of innovative Permaculture Design practices associated with sustainable, low-energy input agriculture. And, by extension, provide a venue to support and advance student and faculty teaching and research, and associated field projects;
  • Cultivate community relations and partnerships and activities within and beyond the Farmstead, and;
  • Contribute to the progressive implementation of a full-featured Permaculture Design for the 5-6 Acre land space, demonstrating both immediate and emerging possibilities of a working farmstead with diverse perennial and annual edible landscapes.

Learning About Permaculture

Permaculture design is a practical, whole-system design approach for meeting our needs of food, energy, shelter and materials, and the social, economic, ecological and educational contexts that support them. These methods support Antioch’s commitment to sustainability, both in nature and our communities. Dr. Jonathan Scherch and colleagues teach permaculture design courses and content at Antioch University Seattle, and will be using Morethana Farm as a field lab. To learn more about permaculture design, check out Jonathan Scherch’s recent documentary film, Sustainability in Exile: Tibetan farmers cultivating compassion, which follows refugee Tibetan farmers and the challenges they face as they pursue compassionate (permaculture) farming practices. Also check out the One Straw Revolution, the story of Japanese farmer Masanobu Fukuoka who developed a revolutionary system of natural farming.

2nd Annual Multicultural Environmental Education Conference @ Antioch University Seattle
May 30 @ 10:00 am – 3:00 pm
2nd Annual Multicultural Environmental Education Conference @ Antioch University Seattle

Attention Educators in the Puget Sound Area: Save the Date!!!

IslandWood presents the 2nd Annual Multicultural Environmental Education Conference, on May 30th, 2015, from 10am-3pm, at and in partnership with Antioch University Seattle.

This is a great opportunity for educators from all backgrounds to come together and explore theories, practices, and support systems in the field of Multicultural Environmental Education!

In an effort to keep access to high-quality professional development equitable, this conference will be either low-cost or FREE!

More information on registration, logistics, specific topics, and speakers coming soon. For now, spread the word and save the date: May 30th, 2015 in downtown Seattle!!!

“The mission of IslandWood is to provide exceptional learning experiences and

to inspire lifelong environmental and community stewardship.”

Student Veteran Advocacy Meetings @ Veterans' Lounge
May 30 @ 12:00 pm – 12:30 pm

Weekly discussion of veteran experience on campus, community resources for veterans, and current research on best practices for student veteran success. Meetings are collaborative, involving faculty, administration, student veterans, and those using transferred GI Bill benefits. All are invited to attend.