Alumni & Friends
Our extended community
The Antiochian community encompasses not just those on campus, but also the Village of Yellow Springs, families of students and former students, and an alumni network which extends around the world. The strong partnerships which exist between alumni, friends, community organizations in Yellow Springs, and Co-op employers around the world offer incredible educational and work experiences. And participation of our alumni and friends through mentoring, engaging through events and activities, supporting student scholarships, and much more enriches the Antioch community.
Antioch alumni are nothing short of remarkable. The victories won by our alumni continue to inspire students today.
The Antioch College Alumni Association is comprised of Antiochians around the world are change-makers and achievers, from small communities to the global stage. And, Antioch College exists today because of the unprecedented and heroic efforts of its alumni who mobilized support in every form to gain independence from Antioch University, and to reopen and revitalize the College.
For Family & Friends
Family of current students and friends of Antioch College are an important part of our community who contribute in many ways: by providing co-op opportunities for our students, volunteering (at Work Project, on the Farm, at Glen Helen, at WYSO, and more), through philanthropic support with makes an Antioch education possible for deserving students, and much more. You are also welcome at many events on campus and at “alumni” events across the country.
Thank you to parents, family, and friends for your love and care of Antioch College!
Updates, News, and Events
Alumni News & Stories
Judge LaDoris Cordell ’71 will release Her Honor: A Judge’s Candid Look at Our Legal System on October 5, 2021 — a memoir detailing Judge Cordell’s personal story and experiences with the American judicial system as jurist, lawyer, and police auditor.
Antioch College Trustee Susan Jean “Shay” Mayer ’79 and Mary Kay Delaney, Visiting Clinical Professor at Morgridge College of Education, University of Denver, have edited a new book, In Search of Wonderful Ideas: Critical Exploration in Teacher Education, available on April 9, 2021, from Teachers College Press of Columbia University.
By the end of April, Gem City Market – a west Dayton Co-op – will open to the public, bringing to fruition six years of planning. Lela Klein ’02, who sits on the board and is Co-Executive Director of Co-op Dayton, told The Herald Bulletin that the planning for Gem City began in 2016 with the development of a business plan.
William A. Brower, Jr., a Toledo native who became a force on the Washington DC jazz scene as a writer, producer, sound technician, and advocate, died April 12, 2021, in Georgetown University Hospital. He was 72. He had a stroke about two years ago...
Gail (Read) Brown passed away peacefully on April 5, 2021 in Queensbury, NY after a long illness. She was 85. Gail was born in Pawtucket, RI, and grew up in Quincy and Natick, MA. She attended Antioch College and, while raising her five children,...
Famed author Peter Manso died Wednesday, April 7, 2021, in his Longnook Road home in Truro, MA. His wife Anna Avellar said he most likely had a heart attack. Manso, age 80, was known for sprawling, extensively researched biographies of Norman Mailer...