Co-op News & Achievements
The Wolf Prize in medicine was awarded to three scientists—Lynne Maquat, Adrian Krainer, and Joan Steitz ’63—on February 9, 2021, whose research in messenger RNA (mRNA) enabled the development of the COVID-19 vaccines.
During the 2021 Winter quarter, students of Media Production 102 are gaining hands-on experience from Basim Blunt–WYSO Senior Media Producer and Instructor, Dayton Youth Radio Project Coordinator, and Host of Behind the Groove.
For Black History Month, the 365 Project will share one video each week that takes viewers on a journey through Yellow Springs to learn about land ownership of Blacks in the past up to the present. In their most recent video, the 365 Project take a walk through Antioch College’s campus and the surrounding area.
9to5: The Story of a Movement” by Julia Reichert ’70 and Steve Bognar made its national debut on PBS on Monday, February 1, 2021.
Construction of a new hoop house on Agraria began last weekend with the help of Antioch College Miller Fellows: Juliana Aisa, Hunter Compton ’24, Angel Harris ’24, David Klasovsky ’22, Kyla Lemin ’24, Vanae Pate ’24, Chanel Phillips ’24, Romel Phillips ’24, Melanie Rudolf, Delaney Schlesinger-Devlin, and Madison Stephenson ’24, and Encore Miller Fellows.
The Georgia Museum of Art at the University of Georgia will present “Color Odyssey” – an exhibition featuring the works of acclaimed artist Emma Amos ’58. The exhibition premieres on Saturday, Jan 30, 2021, and will run until Sunday, Apr 25, 2021.
Dr. Kevin McGruder has been interviewed by Dr. Terrance Dean and “The Other Side” podcast host, Scot Kirk, about his essay “How to be an Antiracist in Ohio.”