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Week 1: Building a Mud Oven

Week 1: Building a Mud Oven

As part of their Resilience in the Anthropocene: Natural Building course taught during the Spring of 2020, Beth Bridgeman and Marianthe Bickett ’15 had planned to build a mud oven together with their students. Unfortunately, due to COVID-19, they had...

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Faculty News

Michael Casselli ’87 Producing Reusable Face Shield Holders

Michael Casselli ’87 Producing Reusable Face Shield Holders

As part of a crowdsourcing project to help healthcare officials and government agencies continue the fight against COVID-19, Assistant Professor of Sculpture and Installation Michael Casselli ’87, has been working together with Matterhackers to...

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 ’87 reviewed by AEQAI

‘a tacit agreement’ by Michael Casselli ’87 reviewed by AEQAI

ÆQAI—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 living...


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.

Inspired by Mollusks

Inspired by Mollusks

Instructions for living a life. Pay attention. Be astonished. Tell about it. Mary Oliver Since Mary Oliver’s death in January, there has been an outpouring of remembrances, elegies and homages. I had not intended to add to that generous and...

Three Poems on Silence

Three Poems on Silence

I’ve been reflecting on the idea of silence since listening to the inspiring talks given by Tamika D. Mallory at the Coretta Scott King Legacy Luncheon and Birthday Celebration at Antioch two weeks ago. A co-chair of the Women’s March and a...


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

Julia Reichert ’70 to Present Commencement Address

Julia Reichert ’70 to Present Commencement Address

Julia Reichert ‘70 will be the College’s Commencement speaker at its virtual ceremony to be streamed on Saturday, June 20, 2020 at 1 PM ET. The livestream will be available to view by the public on the College’s Commencement website at 1 PM via antiochcollege.edu/commencement.

Idris Ackamoor ‘73 to Release New Album This Summer

Idris Ackamoor ‘73 to Release New Album This Summer

All About Jazz, a website dedicated to the love and art of jazz, held an interview with Idris Ackamoor ’73 about his album Shaman! which is to be released on Britain’s Strut label in the summer of 2020. Shaman! is Ackamoor’s third album “with the...

Serling Comedy on WVXU Now Available as Podcast

Serling Comedy on WVXU Now Available as Podcast

O'Toole From Moscow, a comedy by Rod Serling '50 about confusion during the Cold War between Russians and the Cincinnati Reds, was recorded as a radio program for Cincinnati Public Radio Station WVXU on March 25, 2020, performed by eight University...


In Memoriam 

Helen O. Epps, Former Staff

Mrs. Helen O. Epps, age 94, received her heavenly wings on June 3, 2020 at the home of her daughter and soninlaw in Atlanta, GA. Helen was born to the late Rev. William E. Oliver and Bertha Oliver Harris on November 22, 1925 in Youngstown, OH. She...

Roger Cranos, Friend to the College

Longtime Yellow Springs villager Roger Lloyd Cranos, most recently of Olympia, Wash., passed away peacefully and surrounded by his family on Wednesday, June 3, after a brief reoccurrence of prostate cancer. He was two months shy of his 80th birthday....

Bryce E. Perry ’69

Bryce Perry ’69 suddenly died on June 2, 2020. He was 74 years old. At Antioch College, Bryce was involved in the Maples Fire Department, including serving as engineer, responsible for two trucks and an ambulance. While at college, he married Frances...


Campus News

Feature: Malka Berro ’18: ‘Co-op paid off’

Feature: Malka Berro ’18: ‘Co-op paid off’

"I'm a policy associate at the National Council for Behavioral Health in Washington DC and will also be starting a Master's degree in public policy at George Washington University this fall. The National Council is a non-profit organization that...

Julia Navarro ’16: Her path to naturopathic medicine

Julia Navarro ’16: Her path to naturopathic medicine

Before transferring to Antioch I had studied biomedical sciences at another university for two years. However, while shadowing physicians, I had become disenchanted with the conventional medical system and wanted to consider a path that felt more...

Antioch Stands Against Racism and Injustice

Antioch Stands Against Racism and Injustice

As the College of Horace Mann, Coretta Scott King, A. Leon Higginbotham Jr., and Eleanor Holmes Norton, among thousands of others who oppose racism and who have acted—and continue to act—for justice, Antioch College stands with those honoring the...

Antioch Online During COVID-19

Antioch Online During COVID-19

Since the end of March, the Antioch College community has been scattered across the country and sheltering during the COVID-19 pandemic. While the effects of COVID-19 have tremendously impacted our way of life and work, our students, faculty, and...

A Passion for Cooking: Diana Harvey ’16

A Passion for Cooking: Diana Harvey ’16

I was always passionate about cooking and health but it wasn't until my third co-op, as a Nutrition Education intern in the home office of Natural Grocers, that I realized nutrition was the missing piece of the puzzle. I graduated in 2016 with a B.S....

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