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WHAT’S NEXT: THE FUTURE OF ART WITH MICHAEL CASSELLI ‘87

WHAT’S NEXT: THE FUTURE OF ART WITH MICHAEL CASSELLI ‘87

WHAT’S NEXT: THE FUTURE OF ART WITH MICHAEL CASSELLI ‘87 By Matt Walker ‘04 Michael has been interested in the hybridization of forms and media since receiving his undergraduate degree in visual arts/performance theory from Antioch College in 1987. While at the...

Michael Casselli ’87 Granted Tenure

Michael Casselli ’87 Granted Tenure

The Board of Trustees enthusiastically voted to grant tenure to Michael Casselli ’87 and promote him to Associate Professor of Sculpture and Installation.


STUDENT 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

2021 Alumni Awards

2021 Alumni Awards

The Alumni Association Board of Directors has announced the recipients for the 2021 awards bestowed by the Alumni Association. Nominations were received from the entire Antiochian community. The nominations were reviewed by the Alumni Board...

Michael Casselli ’87 Granted Tenure

Michael Casselli ’87 Granted Tenure

The Board of Trustees enthusiastically voted to grant tenure to Michael Casselli ’87 and promote him to Associate Professor of Sculpture and Installation.


Campus News

The House of the Fiery Ferns

The House of the Fiery Ferns by Scott Sanders, Antioch College Archivist Harold Igo, a playwright of some note, lived in Yellow Springs in the mid-20th century. He is said to have gathered stories of haunted houses in the village while serving as a part time mail...

WHAT’S NEXT: THE FUTURE OF ART WITH MICHAEL CASSELLI ‘87

WHAT’S NEXT: THE FUTURE OF ART WITH MICHAEL CASSELLI ‘87

WHAT’S NEXT: THE FUTURE OF ART WITH MICHAEL CASSELLI ‘87 By Matt Walker ‘04 Michael has been interested in the hybridization of forms and media since receiving his undergraduate degree in visual arts/performance theory from Antioch College in 1987. While at the...

ONWARD AND UPWARD: SHANE CREEPINGBEAR ’08, DEAN OF ADMISSIONS

    ONWARD AND UPWARD: SHANE CREEPINGBEAR ’08, DEAN OF ADMISSIONS By Matt Walker '04 Shane Creepingbear '08 will serve as Antioch's new Dean of Admissions beginning October 18th. Shane has been an ever-present member of the admissions team since Antioch...

WINNING VICTORIES FOR HUMANITY: an interview with Mary Evans ‘20

WINNING VICTORIES FOR HUMANITY: an interview with Mary Evans ‘20 by Matt Walker ‘04 Mary Evans is an audio journalist and radio producer. She is a social justice activist and uses her platform to provide space for underrepresented communities. As the co-creator,...

Upcoming Events

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November 6 @ 10:00 am - 1:30 pm EDT

Fall Open House


In Memoriam 

Eleanor J. Hochhauser ’47

  Eleanor Joan Hochhauser passed away on February 12, 2021 at age 96. She was the daughter of Edward and Ethel Hochhauser of Hartsdale, NY.     She was the youngest of three children and is survived by her brother Robert Hochhauser '44, her nephew...

Illana Abramson ’85

Illana Abramson passed away in 2020. She was a special education teacher and reading specialist. Survivors include Jonas Tzvi Robin ’21.

Stanley M. Kochanek ’80

  Stanley M. Kochanek, age, 79, of Berlin, NJ, passed away on December 3, 2020 of Berlin, NJ.   He was the beloved husband of Maureen (née McIlmail) for over 38 years.  Also survived by sister-in-law Sharon McIlmail Biermann (Kenneth), brother-in-law...


From the President Emeritus: Lines of Thinking

“Lines of Thinking” is a monthly feature from College President Emeritus 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.