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Antioch College Marks World Food Day

Antioch College Marks World Food Day

Today, October 16, Antioch College celebrates World Food Day, which marks the founding of the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations in 1945. One of the College's generous supporters will be making a donation to the Gem City...

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Faculty News

Notes From the Field: Luisa Bieri Rios

Notes From the Field: Luisa Bieri Rios

Summer 2019Notes From the Field is a series of updates from Antioch College faculty members about the travel and research they've conducted.  In addition to numerous other activities that I engaged in this summer, the Prison Justice Library...

Notes From the Field: Toyoko Miwa-Osborne and Cary Campbell

Notes From the Field: Toyoko Miwa-Osborne and Cary Campbell

Summer 2019Notes From the Field is a series of updates from Antioch College faculty members about the travel and research they've conducted. Language programs around the country, and especially in small, liberal arts institutions, have been feeling...

Notes From the Field: Brian Kot

Notes From the Field: Brian Kot

Summer 2019Notes From the Field is a series of updates from Antioch College faculty members about the travel and research they've conducted.Whale Research in the Gulf of St. Lawrence, CanadaBrian Kot, assistant professor of Biology and Environmental...


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.

Rilke and the Rediscovery of Purpose in ‘Senseless Disorder’

Rilke and the Rediscovery of Purpose in ‘Senseless Disorder’

“I’m not living my own life … I feel refuted, abandoned, and above all threatened by a world ready to dissolve entire in such senseless disorder.” Rainer Maria Rilke, 1917, from a letter to a friend …Pittsburg, El Paso, now Dayton. Where does one...

Snow on Water

Snow on Water

Late last month I was very touched to be part of the life celebration for Antioch College alumna and long time faculty member and fellow student of Japanese culture, Karen Shirley ’61. This Lines of Thinking is dedicated to Karen in gratitude for...


Alumni Achievements

Documentary by Karl Grossman ’64

Documentary by Karl Grossman ’64

The documentary Crimes Against The Future, hosted and written by Karl Grossman ’64, has been selected for screening at the New Earth International Film Festival. Frank Melli is its executive producer and director. The New Earth International Film...


In Memoriam 

Aaron Everett, Former Faculty

Aaron Bernard Everett May 16, 1926 October 27, 2019 A funeral service was  held for Aaron at the Church of St. Peter, 1801 Broadway Ave, St Peter on November 5.Aaron Everett was born to a modest family in Liberal, Kansas to Stella M Everett and...

Linda B. Michalowski ’72

Linda B. Michalowski passed away in her home in the company of family and friends after a difficult battle with pancreatic cancer on October 18, 2018.She had retired from the California Community Colleges where she was Vice Chancellor of Student...

Dr. Dianne S. Salter ’72

Dr. Dianne S. Salter '72 passed away on Oct. 11, 2019. Survivors include Dr. Melvin Rogers. A memorial service will be Nov. 16, 2019, at Oxford Presbyterian Church, 8501 Stenton Ave., Philadelphia, PA 19150.


Upcoming Events

September 3 - December 23

Masters Swimming with Franklin Halley

September 18 @ 5:30 pm - November 20 @ 6:30 pm EDT

Baton Twirling with Julie Rutan

October 31 @ 7:00 pm - November 28 @ 9:00 pm EDT

Beer With Benefits

November 1, 2019 - February 29, 2020

Works Biennial 2019

November 6 @ 1:30 pm - November 20 @ 2:30 pm EST

Yoga for Spinal Flexibility with Marie Hertzler