Student Life

Letting Go- and Starting Something New

Autumn is upon us, even here in Florida. The light of the sun is changing from the heavy, rich and round feeling of late summer to the sharper, clear [...]

Are You Ready for Graduate School?

Written by Angela Xistris, reposted from 2012 Ah, Spring Break. There are no intensives in session and Class 27, our resident interns, headed for their respective hills last Friday. [...]

Needles as Symbols of Love

[reposted from last year, by request] A recent email from one of our faculty members reminded me that Spring is quickly transitioning into Summer, the season of the Fire [...]

Learning from the Unknown

Learning from the Unknown Catherine A. Hollingsworth When I enrolled in AFEA two years ago, I expected initiation into a precise field of knowledge that I would soon be [...]

A Commencement at Harvest-Time

The Commencement ceremony for Class 28 will take place this coming Saturday. Having guided them through the initial application process and watched them work through each stage of their education [...]

A little Summer Love on the Solstice

Thank you all for your patience as you waited for the next installment of our blog! It's been a busy couple of months, coinciding with my maternity leave. That's [...]

For the Love of Herbs

The January flurry has come and gone. The Class of 2016 has finished their first intensive and they have headed home to begin integrating what they learned into their [...]

It’s the People Along the Way

We've all heard the saying, "It takes a village." And as we're seeing in the clean-up of Hurricane Sandy on the east coast, many people would be stranded without [...]

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