Co-op News & Achievements
New York City-based artist Janet Goldner ‘74 featured two shows in NYC this summer: The Sculptors Guild’s “No Vacancy” and “Between the Ground and the Sky.”
After reading “In The Matters of Color: Race and the American Legal Process” by A. Leon Higginbotham ‘49, a group of Purdue alumni started a petition on Change.org to rename Elliot Hall – named for former president Edward C. Elliot who opposed improving the living conditions of Black student housing at Purdue University.
Neelon Crawford ’69, in an interview conducted by Daniel Eagan for Filmmaker Magazine, reflects on his beginnings in film, what inspired him to begin creating experimental cinema, and his thoughts on finding and crafting narrative through experimental film.
Shadia Alvarez ’96, Senior Vice President for Equity and Strategic Development and Executive Director of the Coretta Scott King Center discusses what Juneteenth means on the Antioch campus, how it is celebrated, and what Antioch is doing to acknowledge and reflect on denouncing racism on campus.
“Trans Rights Are Human Rights” by multimedia artist and musician Matt Walker ‘04 has been selected by the Arts and Culture Commission of Yellow Springs in their Call to Action for lamp pole banners which was launched towards the end of December 2020.
Building on a century of applied education, Antioch College announces opportunity for students to live on campus while gaining valuable work experience this summer.