A plan to bring students back to campus this year meant creating remote and hybrid course options to accommodate a safe learning environment. Staff, faculty, and students adjusted accordingly to move forward.
As Al Denman said at the 2009 Nonstop Commencement, “There must be something in Yellow Springs water!” People come to Yellow Springs and the College and something just gets into them!
Suppose they gave a Commencement and no one commenced. Antioch College did just that in 1880, having no graduates that year.
Getting here: Duffy still felt that homing instinct of “Transient-Mode home” and made the trek to campus for Community Day and Camelot.
Antioch College is pleased to announce Dawn Knickerbocker has been selected by the graduating class as the 2021 Commencement speaker.
On April 29, 2021, at 1 PM EDT, the Coretta Scott King Center will co-host its annual legacy celebration with the Celebrate! Maya Project. This free and open-to-the-public virtual gathering, Sisterhood & Social Justice, honors the life and legacy of two American giants, Coretta Scott King (Antioch College Class of 1951) and Dr. Maya Angelou.
In SW Ohio there is a folkish saying, “Best to plant the start of your garden when the maple leaves are the size of a mouse’s ear.”
The SOPP/Title IX Office has resources and events planned during the month of April for Sexual Assault Awareness month.
The Higher Learning Commission has reaffirmed the College’s accreditation after routine review at the midpoint in Antioch’s accreditation cycle.
Maybe by next March 14 Pi Day, we will be able to have a piece of pie in a way similar prior to the pandemic. I would love another piece of that pie…but I hope it to be apple rather than leftover cherry.
Beginning in 1839, both as a way to edify women with little access to higher education and as a source of revenue, Margaret Fuller began to hold her now famous “conversations.”