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Say Her Name

Say Her Name

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.

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Faculty News

Kevin McGruder on Trump’s path to the presidency

Kevin McGruder on Trump’s path to the presidency

Vice President for Academic Affairs & Associate Professor of History Dr. Kevin McGruder was featured in the PBS NewsHour documentary, "Trump’s path to the presidency — and the remaking of the Republican Party," by journalists Yamiche Alcindor and...

Catalina Alvarez premieres Sound Spring Seq. #6

Catalina Alvarez premieres Sound Spring Seq. #6

Visiting Professor of Media Arts, Catalina Jordan Alvarez is among eight artists featured in the 21st annual Open Video Call, a juried online screening series presented by the University of Pennsylvania's Institute of Contemporary Art (ICA) and...

Luisa Bieri Featured by Dayton Daily News

Luisa Bieri Featured by Dayton Daily News

Assistant Professor of Cooperative Education Luisa Bieri was recently featured in a Dayton Daily News print edition article detailing distance-learning innovations she's made to her Antioch Community Action course. Bieri has designed Co-op coursework...


From the President: Lines of Thinking

“Lines of Thinking” is a monthly feature from College President Tom Manley. Each installment features a poem selected for its powers to transport us to some higher, lower or common ground, and, possibly in the process, provide fresh perspective and insight on the ground we occupy daily.

Doorways: Thich Naht Nan, Mary Oliver

Doorways: Thich Naht Nan, Mary Oliver

These days, I am more mindful of dichotomies I have drawn and leveled falsely over time. Often they seem to reside in dismissive (and unnecessary) judgments about situations and people, rationalized by fact-lite narratives I construct for them. They...

Dunbar, Giovanni, Jess

Dunbar, Giovanni, Jess

For some time, since coming to Yellow Springs, I’ve been thinking about Paul Laurence Dunbar, who was from nearby Dayton. There was a Dunbar high school in my hometown of Baltimore, as there are in many if not most major cities across the country....

Sounding Two Poems by Ross Gay

Sounding Two Poems by Ross Gay

(This is an entry I started thinking about six months ago. I put it aside for various reasons, not all of which were clear to me then, and some of which only showed themselves long since.) Some things disappear for a while, or they seem to. Thoughts...


FEATURED EXPERIENTIAL LEARNING STORIES

Antioch is the premier college for the applied liberal arts, where real-world work experience is fully integrated into the curriculum. The following student-written pieces are reflections from experiences gained through Antioch College’s flagship Cooperative Education (Co-op) program. Read more about experiential learning on Antioch Engaged, our journal of social practice & professional engagement.


Alumni Achievements

Introducing Community Manager Coco Gagnet ’18

Introducing Community Manager Coco Gagnet ’18

On Tuesday, February 25, 2020—week eight of winter term—students, faculty, and staff gathered in McGregor 113 for our usual Community Meeting. This time, however, a special event was happening: the first Community Manager Candidates Forum first since...

2020 Alumni Awards

2020 Alumni Awards

The Alumni Association Board of Directors has announced the recipients for the 2020 awards bestowed by the Alumni Association. Nominations were received from the entire Antiochian community. The nominations were reviewed by the Alumni Board...

Julia Reichert ’70 in Greene County Women’s Hall of Fame

Julia Reichert ’70 in Greene County Women’s Hall of Fame

The Greene County Women’s Hall of Fame selection committee announced that Julia Reichert ’70 will be inducted for her endeavors in filmmaking. The Greene County Women's Hall of Fame was organized in March 1981 to honor women of Greene County, OH, who...

“Breathing” by Karen Folger Jacobs ’63

“Breathing” by Karen Folger Jacobs ’63

The following is a submission from Karen Folger Jacobs '63.  BREATHING We breathe. We inhale. We exhale.   Minneapolis saw. The world heard.   On Memorial Day A horizontal lynching.   Stopping breathing causes death.   Blacks die...


In Memoriam 

Ted Campbell ’57

H.T. "Ted" Campbell '57 , longtime resident of Yellow Springs, died peacefully on the morning of Aug. 25, 2020, in his home, surrounded by family. He was 90 years old. Ted was born on June 9, 1930, in Grove City Pa., the son of Dr. Hiram Theodore Sr....

Jane Sanford ’57

Jane Sanford '57 passed away on the evening of Aug. 27, 2020 in Boothbay Harbor. Jane was born on Aug. 13, 1932 in Sherborne, Mass., the fourth child of Christine Sanford and first child of Nevitt Sanford, a psychology professor at UC Berkeley and...

Richard L. Rees ’74

Richard Rees, a 68-year-old resident of Palmyra, Virginia, died on July 18, 2020. The cause of his death was organ failure related to osteogenesis imperfecta For the last 41 years, he was a Virginia resident. He lived first in the Great Falls area...


Campus News

Reunion 2020: Virtually

Reunion 2020: Virtually

We're going virtual for Reunion 2020!  From Alumni Awards to social events and film screenings, virtual Reunion is packed with events for every Antiochian. Reunion 2020 begins on Thursday, October 1 with events every week through Sunday, November 1....

2020 Alumni Awards

2020 Alumni Awards

The Alumni Association Board of Directors has announced the recipients for the 2020 awards bestowed by the Alumni Association. Nominations were received from the entire Antiochian community. The nominations were reviewed by the Alumni Board...

Doorways: Thich Naht Nan, Mary Oliver

Doorways: Thich Naht Nan, Mary Oliver

These days, I am more mindful of dichotomies I have drawn and leveled falsely over time. Often they seem to reside in dismissive (and unnecessary) judgments about situations and people, rationalized by fact-lite narratives I construct for them. They...

Fall 2020: Classes Back in Session!

Fall 2020: Classes Back in Session!

Welcome back to all our students! The College's Fall quarter began on Monday, August 31, 2020. While classes this fall will look very different than any time in our history, including hybrid and fully online instruction, socially distanced indoor and...

Community Governance Fall 2020 Elections

Community Governance Fall 2020 Elections

Community Governance is central to the Antioch College experience as a laboratory college where students, faculty, and staff share responsibility for governance. Community Council (ComCil) and College Council are two of the key representative bodies,...

Upcoming Events

September 28 @ 12:00 pm - 3:00 pm EDT

Voter Registration Drive

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September 30 @ 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm EDT

Convocation 2020: Freedom to Vote

October 1 - November 1

Reunion 2020

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October 5 - October 6

HLC Accreditation Reaffirmation Site Visit

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November 10

Last Day of Regular Classes – Fall 2020