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Additional Actions In Response to COVID-19

Additional Actions In Response to COVID-19

Hope locates itself in the premises that we don’t know what will happen and that in the spaciousness of uncertainty is room to act.The COVID-19 pandemic is utterly transforming lives, organizations, and communities each day and everywhere....

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Dean Snyder on the Green New Deal and Consumption

Dean Snyder on the Green New Deal and Consumption

Assistant Professor of Political Economy Dean Snyder coauthored a piece of public scholarship, “The Green New Deal and the Politics of Consumption,” recently published by the online magazine Jacobin, a leading voice of the American left, offering...

‘a tacit agreement’ by Michael Casselli ’86 reviewed by AEQAI

‘a tacit agreement’ by Michael Casselli ’86 reviewed by AEQAI

AEQAI – a Cincinnati-based e-journal for critical thinking, review and reflective prose on contemporary visual art – has published a review written by Steve Kemple of Michael Casselli’s most recent exhibition ‘a tacit agreement’: "A Dayton, Ohio...

Experimental Film by Catalina Jordan Alvarez in List

Experimental Film by Catalina Jordan Alvarez in List

Online art publication Hyperallergic reached out to artists, filmmakers, and Hyperallergic contributors to compile a list of experimental film and video art they're sharing in their networks to combat "cabin fever." As an alternative to everything...

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.

Being the Shortest Day

Being the Shortest Day

At year’s end, I experience a heightened awareness of time and light and their interplay. The low-slung sun moves over the edge of the backyard fence; it beams through an otherwise innocuous container on the windowsill, casting a light shadow of...

The Purpose of Poetry: Wendell Berry, Czelaw Milosz, Jack Gilbert

The Purpose of Poetry: Wendell Berry, Czelaw Milosz, Jack Gilbert

Lines of thinking easily ride the river of consciousness, below or above our level of awareness. Talk about live streaming! When the proverbial dots are connected, if they are at all, we may see patterns and relationships in our lives that appear...

Songs and Maps Against Forgetfulness — Joy Harjo

Songs and Maps Against Forgetfulness — Joy Harjo

“Crucial to finding the way is this: there is no beginning or end.You must make your own map.” —Joy Harjo The notion of mapmaking while journeying is potent for me. Whitman and Eliot draw upon it; Strand, Rich, Bishop and Frost as well; and Homer,...


Antioch is the premier college for the applied liberal arts. The following student-written pieces are reflections from real-world work 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

In Memoriam 

Ann Heckethorn ’49

Ann C. Heckethorn died Friday, March 27, 2020 surrounded by loved ones at the Manor at Seneca Hill, NY. She was born in Oswego, NY, June 9, 1927, and named Elizabeth Ann Coppernoll by her parents, the late Ethel (Lower) Coppernoll and Lloyd B....

Violet E. Rutledge ’50

On Monday, December 30, 2019, Violet E. Rutledge of Silver Spring, MD, passed away. She was 95. She was the loving wife of 55 years to the late Philip J. Rutledge; beloved mother of Phyllis Caldwell (Barry), Janet Rutledge (Norman Fortenberry),...

Dr. Orest L. Pelech ’69

Dr. Orest Lubomyr Pelech, age 73, died at home March 13, 2020, after a long illness. He was born stateless in a German refugee camp in 1947 following his parents’ escape from Ukraine. His family emigrated to Argentina and later to the United States....

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