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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
Dr. Wahji Kasten ’02, has been announced as one of this year’s Bloomberg Fellows at the John’s Hopkins School of Public Health.
Angel Nalubega ’18, who majored in History at Antioch with a focus in Race and Ethnicity Studies, has been accepted to the three-year Master of Divinity program (MDiv) at Princeton Theological Seminary on a full scholar (The Francis Grimke Scholarship) to begin in the Fall.
Shane Creepingbear ’08 was interviewed by The Fourth Universalist Society in the City of New York in a new podcast episode that focuses on Colonialism: Knowledge and Erasure. In the interview, hosted by Ember Kelley, Creepinbear speaks about his research and findings from looking into the topic of colonialism and provides answers to how we can confront colonialism as a community, and how we can become informed about colonialism in the justice work that we do.
After graduating with a self-designed major in Bachelor of Science: Ecology and the Human Environment with Spanish Language focus and earning magna cum laude, Richard Hauck ’17 has been accepted into two master’s programs at Arizona State University.
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Real-World Student Work Experiences
The Center of a Movement in the Middle of Nowhere: Ike Wylie ’22 at Camphill Copake in Copake, NYby 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
The Dream of a Future Farmer: Kaylee Rutherford ’23 at the Antioch Farmby Kaylee Rutherford on October 9, 2020
At the Antioch Farm, sustainability is of the utmost importance. Food forests and annual gardens spread across the vast fields towards the south end of the campus, where permaculture practices are explored and utilized to create a beautiful and bountiful environment. The food grown on
Conflict of Interest: Chris Chavers ’21 at the Law Office of Phillip Brighamby Chris Chavers on October 9, 2020
There’s this moment when I walk into the courtroom that surrounds my body with excitement, inspiration, and fulfillment of purpose. It is a feeling that I can’t wipe off my skin because in these seconds I feel alive. I see the bench, I see the