Looking Back and Looking Ahead, an Earth Day talk by Dr. Kim Landsbergen, will provide overview of legacy of Trump-era environmental policy.
The SOPP/Title IX Office has resources and events planned during the month of April for Sexual Assault Awareness month.
The Wolf Prize in medicine was awarded to three scientists—Lynne Maquat, Adrian Krainer, and Joan Steitz ’63—on February 9, 2021, whose research in messenger RNA (mRNA) enabled the development of the COVID-19 vaccines.
Choose Your Character
For 100 years, a central component of Antioch’s progressive education model has been its flagship Cooperative Education (Co-op) Program, the first to be established as a core component in an undergraduate liberal arts program.
“Grounded Hope” podcast to be produced in consultation with Antioch faculty members Beth Bridgeman and evaluated by Dr. Kevin McGruder.
Antioch College wishes to express its deep outrage at the failure of a Louisville, Kentucky grand jury to provide a process for securing truth and justice for Breonna Taylor by holding her killers accountable. We stand in solidarity with her family and the families of all other victims of racist police violence and against the systemic perpetuation of a society based in fear, hatred and enforced through violence.
Like every other parent with a school-age child, I want schools to reopen in the …
My Angel of Antioch
At the onset of the pandemic shutdown, my wife, Karen Klobucher ’71, and I …
Antioch College announces that June 19—Juneteenth, also known as Freedom Day, Jubilee Day, and Cel-Liberation Day, which commemorates the end of slavery in the United States—will be recognized annually as an official holiday. The campus community will be encouraged to observe the holiday in reflection, celebrations, and action.
No, I am not ignoring COVID-19. I am finding ways while in lockdown to focus on …
Dear Antiochians and Friends,
I want to begin by acknowledging the severe pain, trauma and hopelessness that has been triggered by the public murder of George Floyd, especially for the Black students, faculty, staff and alumni members of our community.
Here are a couple photos showing the impact of Covid -19 on my neighborhood …