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“We just have a deeper understanding of the cyclical nature of things, being able to understand that we can’t separate ourselves from our consumption, and that’s made students a lot more grateful of what we’re trying to do, regardless of your degree plan.”
— Ryn McCall ’20
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Alumni News & Achievements
Conor Jameson ’21 graduated in June with a self-design major in Writing and Performance. She will perform as the frontwoman in the artistic collective !PUFF! during Yellow Springs Porchfest 2021
University of Georgia System fires instructor and lab coordinator Cody Mullins Luedtke ’08 for refusing to teach in a classroom without a mask mandate.
Iris Olson ’17 is a reproductive health professional whose recent work includes an op-ed addressing policy and lack of oversight in the sex toy industry.
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Real-World Student Work Experiences
Awake and Dreaming: Michael Perea ‘24 at Antioch College in Yellow Springs, Ohioby Michael Perea on September 15, 2021
The words appear stark against the old wall, somewhere between a whisper and a shout. It is one of many phrases scrawled upon hallways and pillars. Some have clear intentions like the names and phone numbers scribbled onto corners and others are musings or perhaps
Swimming Against the Anti-Immigrant Current: Kensy Zelaya ’21 at the Central American Resources Center in Houston, Texasby Kensy Zelaya Sabillon on November 3, 2020
I am Kensy Zelaya, a fourth-year student at Antioch College with a self-designed major in political economy and social psychology. For my last co-op, I found an internship at CARECEN, located in Houston, Texas. What is CARECEN? Under the slogan “No Human Being is Illegal,”
The Center of a Movement in the Middle of Nowhere: Ike Wylie ’22 at Camphill Copake in Copake, New Yorkby Ike Wylie on October 10, 2020
In a valley that, if observed from up high, resembles a bowl- there is a village of twelve houses. They hold farmers, bakers, and candlemakers. These houses do not have televisions, pets, or microwaves. They sing and bless their meals. They are from Europe