Campus News

WADE IN: Antioch College Hosts Indigenous Water Protectors

WADE IN: Antioch College Hosts Indigenous Water Protectors

Indigenous people from hundreds of tribes across Turtle Island (the American continent) are speaking in solidarity for the protection of our environment. Now, more than ever before, our lands are being threatened by policies and pipelines that strip...

Alumni Achievements

Perri Freeman ’15 elected to Burlington City Council

Perri Freeman ’15 elected to Burlington City Council

History major Perri Freeman '15 was elected to the Burlington (vt.) City Council, unseating a 19-year incumbent. Freeman, who ran as a Progressive, took the Central District seat from long-time councilor Jane Knodell, who ran as independent after...

Rebecca Smith ’16, human rights legal fellow

Rebecca Smith ’16, human rights legal fellow Home/ Rebecca Smith ’16 is one of seven law students selected to serve at the International Criminal Court. Smith earned a BA in anthropology...

Arts faculty Michael Casselli ’87 exhibits in Berlin

Home/James Lippincott The scenic design and performance work of Michael Casselli ’87, Antioch College assistant professor of Sculpture and Installation, will be included in a retrospective of the...

Faculty News

Professors Present at Conference in Cincinnati

Didier Franco, assistant professor of Spanish Language/Culture, and Téofilo Espada-Brignoni, visiting assistant professor of Psychology, both presented at the 39th Cincinnati Conference on Romance and Arabic Languages and Literatures, held in...

Dr. Kim Landsbergen Presents at Art-Science Symposium

On April 10, 2019, Dr. Kim Landsbergen, associate professor of Biology and Environmental Science, presented at a special Art-Science Symposium at the US meeting of the International Association of Landscape Ecology in Fort Collins, CO. The theme of...

Espada-Brignoni presents research at four conferences

Teófilo Espada-Brignoni, visiting assistant professor of psychology, presents his research at four major conferences. In February, he presented “Imperial diet: The American palate and Puerto Rican agriculture” at the Wilson College Humanities...


Campus News

Rebecca Smith ’16, human rights legal fellow

Rebecca Smith ’16, human rights legal fellow Home/ Rebecca Smith ’16 is one of seven law students selected to serve at the International Criminal Court. Smith earned a BA in anthropology...

Upcoming Events

Dorothy Lane a travelogue

Dorothy Lane: a travelogue is a solo performance by Louise Smith, ’77. Directed by Lizzie Olesker,’78 and designed by local artist Migiwa Orimo, this piece chronicles the story of a...

Dorothy Lane a travelogue

Dorothy Lane: a travelogue is a solo performance by Louise Smith, ’77. Directed by Lizzie Olesker,’78 and designed by local artist Migiwa Orimo, this piece chronicles the story of a...