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2023 Antioch College Reunion
July 13 -16th

We are excited to welcome all classes of alumni back to campus for Reunion. We will be celebrating the the 50th anniversary class of 1973. Other anniversary years like the 5th, 25th, and 65th are encouraged to organize your cohorts to return this year to celebrate together.

We are planning a variety of presentations, engaging conversations, and interactive events to interest alums from every year and discipline. Highlights include:

  • Multigenerational panels on topics such as student activism, the 1973 strike, and queer culture at Antioch
  • A celebration of the Antioch Environmental Field Program and its legacy: Antioch’s trailblazing approach to environmental science and sustainability
  • Cabaret Horace and Div Dance

Of course, the best part of Reunion is the opportunity to reconnect with your friends. We encourage you to reach out to your classmates and invite them to join you.

Alumni engagement is critical to Antioch’s future–and there is no better way to engage than attending Reunion with your friends and classmates. We look forward to having you back to campus and Yellow Springs!


*Hybrid Session

Thursday, July 13

5:30-6:30 pm – Reception and Alumni Art Show in Herndon Gallery

7:00-9:00 pm – Golden 50th Anniversary Dinner with Current Faculty

Friday, July 14, 2023

8:30-10:00 am – Breakfast

8:30-12:00 pm – Self-Guided Tour of Campus, Glen Helen, and the Farm

10:00-10:30 am – Photo Tour of Glen Helen with Peter Townsend

10:30-12:00 pm – Antioch History Tour with Scott Sanders and Liz Flyntz

12:00-1:30 pm – Lunch and Affinity Groups

12:00-1:30 pm – Planned Giving Q&A with Joan Straumanis

1:45-2:45 pm – “Student Activism Through the Ages From the Barbershop to the Present”*

3:00-4:00 pm – Alumni Award Plenary*

4:15-5:15 pm – “Environmental Field Program Environmental Careers/Work Now”*

5:30-6:30 pm – Decades Receptions & Decades Photos

7:00-8:00 pm – BBQ Dinner

8:00-8:30 pm – Award Presentation Speaker

8:30-11:30 pm – Cabaret Horace with M.C. Beth Richards

8:30-11:30 pm – Folk Dance in Red Square

Saturday, July 15

8:30-10:00 am – Breakfast

8:30-10:00 am – Self-Guided Tour of Campus, Glen Helen, and the Farm

10:00-11:30 am – “1973 Strike Panel, Its Origins, Progression, Outcomes, and Lessons”*

10:00-11:30 am – WYSO Interviews

11:00-12:00pm – Kickball

11:30-12:15 pm – Lunch

11:30-12:15 pm – Chapter Organizers Meeting

11:30-12:15 pm – Alumni Recruitment Team Meeting with Shane Creepingbear

12:15-1:15 pm – Alumni Association Meeting and College Address by President Jane Fernandes*

1:30-2:00 pm – Reunion Photos on the Steps of Main Building

2:15-3:45 pm – “Five Decades of Queer Antioch and the Evolution of a Community” with David Southern *

4:00-5:00 pm – Alumni Award Plenary*

4:00-6:00 pm – WYSO Interviews

5:00-6:00 pm – Julia Reichert Film Retrospective

6:00-7:00 pm – Celebration Dinner

7:00-8:00 pm – Magic Hat Fundraiser

8:00-9:30 pm – Performance of “Fayettenam” from Jay Ruby, The Carpetbag Brigade

8:00-9:30 pm – Karaoke

9:30-12:00 am – Div Dance with “Clean Gene” Lohman and Shane “DJ Creepingbear”

Sunday, July 16

9:00-11:00 am – Farewell Brunch

11:30 am-12:30 pm – Time for Remembrance with Deane Oliva*

12:30-2:30 pm – Self-Guided Tour of Campus, Glen Helen, and the Farm

Volunteer Work Project

The summer 2023 Volunteer Work Project (VWP) for alumni will start Sunday, July 9th with a reception and dinner. Work starts Monday morning and will cover a variety of physical and administrative tasks (e.g. painting, carpentry, vehicle maintenance, event preparation, etc.). Most meals during the week will be provided to you.

Your housing will be provided to you for free during your stay through July 13th in West Hall.  If you attend Reunion July 13-16th, you may continue to stay in your West Hall room for free. When you register for Reunion, be sure to select the “Registration without Housing” option.  More VWP details will follow.


There are three types of housing available for Reunion for 2023:

  • On Campus, Dorm Rooms
  • On Campus, Camping
  • Area Hotels, B&Bs, and Rentals

On Campus, Dorm Rooms:

We have a number of on-campus dorm rooms available for guests in North Hall. Please note the following:

  • Housing is sold by the bed, not the room. We will do all we can to accommodate requests for specific roommates (please note on your registration form) or single rooms.
  • North Hall is a mobility-friendly building outfitted with an elevator. All rooms are accessible.

On Campus, Camping:

Camping will be available, free of charge, on the lawn between West Hall and the Coretta Scott King Center (the location of the former Presidents dorms). Please indicate your intention to camp on campus when you register. You must provide your own tent and camping supplies. Restrooms and showers will be available in the Wellness Center for registered guests.

Area motels:

Yellow Springs
Mills Park Hotel
The Springs Motel

Holiday Inn Express & Suites
Baymont by Wyndham Springfield
Quality Inn
Days Inn & Suites
Motel 6

Hearthstone Inn

Hampton Inn & Suites
Deerfield Inn

In addition, Yellow Springs features quite a few B&Bs, Airbnb and Vrbo listings. Please reserve ahead of time, as Yellow Springs is a popular tourist destination in the summer.


Who’s Coming?

’57 - ’71

Joan Straumanis, Ph.D. 1957
Henry Rogers 1958
Peggy Erskine 1960
David Hall 1960
Millicent Ball, Ph.D. 1961
Janice Campbell 1961
Ralph Overton 1961
Burton Sage Jr. 1961
Gretchen Schafft, Ph.D. 1961
Sheila Filler 1963
Jessie Herr 1963
Rochelle Schwab 1963
Carl Smith 1963
Judith Voet, Ph.D. 1963
Elise Roenigk 1964
Karen Mulhauser 1965
Nicholas Muska 1965
Susan Muska 1965
Larry Rubin 1965
Sherraid Scott 1965
Joan Stockton 1965
Penelope Storm, Ph.D. 1965
David Vincent 1965
Antonia Dosik 1967
Katherine Huff 1967
Louise Meller 1967
Claudene Oliva, Ph.D. 1967
John Knox 1968
Roger Huff 1969
Denwood Parrish 1969
Helen Welford 1969
Lawrence Foster, Ph.D. 1970
Maceo Cofield 1971

’72 - ’79

Catherine Jordan 1972
P. Nathan Bowles, Jr. 1973
Scott Horton Ed.D 1973
Judy Jacobson 1973
Patricia Moore-Pickett 1973
Joyce Mothershed 1973
Marianne See 1973
David Southern 1973
Kathryn Watts 1973
Erna Gelles, Ph.D. 1974
Alan MacCormack, Ph.D. 1974
James Spangler 1974
Lee Stockdale 1975
Noreen Dresser 1977
Steven Duffy 1977
Marc Oliver 1977
Peter Labermeier 1978
Corey Slavitt 1979

’80 - ’22

Jeanne Badman 1980
James Hunter 1982
Alex Cullison, Ph.D. 1983
Karen Neuman 1983
Paul Neuman 1985
April Maybee 1986
Clarence Maybee, Jr. 1987
Nicole Stanton 1992
Marc Snyder 1994
Christina Schneider 1995
Phillip Brigham 1997
Jilana Ordman 1998
Shalini Deo 2002
Elizabeth Flyntz 2002
Yunus Brevik 2003
Michael Hogan 2004
Derek Henry 2005
Elizabeth Richards 2006
Noella Nzishura 2016