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June 9 - June 10

Getting To The Root: 2 Day Intensive Workshop on Racial Equity and Justice

June 25 @ 10:00 am - 12:00 pm EDT

Antioch College Commencement 2022

Antioch College Reunion July 14-17 2022

July 14 - July 17

Reunion 2022

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August 11 - August 12

Getting To The Root: 2 Day Intensive Workshop on Racial Equity and Justice


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Students, faculty, and staff should start here! Whether you want to plan a one-time event on campus or reserve a space for a quarter, start with the Rentals & Events form. Once you have submitted the form, you’ll be contacted to confirm details about your event or space needs. Questions? Contact Rentals & Events.

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College Passenger Van

A van is available for College sanctioned events. Only faculty and staff with proper driver’s license are permitted to drive the vehicle. Passenger use only, not cargo transportation. no food, drinks, or gum please.

Contact Mike Fair to reserve.

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Vanessa Cubano Hired as Vice President for Advancement

Further Positive News About the College’s Plan for the Future

Yellow Springs, Ohio, 5/4/22 — Antioch College has hired Vanessa Cubano as its new vice president for advancement. Ms. Cubano, along with the first class of new students upon the College’s reopening, has been a member of the Antioch community since 2011. She has served in various roles, including most recently as the Interim Director of Advancement. Vanessa brings a passion for furthering the purpose-driven mission of Antioch College and continuing to build upon its positive momentum. Her enthusiasm and dedication to Antioch is palpable and infectious. Ms. Cubano has a Master’s in Business Administration and a Bachelor’s in Technical Project Management. Her skills and experience are a vital asset to Antioch College.

“I feel immense gratitude as I step into a role that I have been guided towards over the past 10 years of dedication to the mission and vision that Antioch holds,” states Cubano. “I look forward to reconnecting with and re-energizing those who I have worked with in both the alumni and community of Antioch supporters.”

Dr. Jane Fernandes, president of Antioch College, shares “Advancement work is about developing trust and relationships. Vanessa’s understanding of how relationships and shared values inform strategic, mindful philanthropy programs, and her commitment to helping all students share in the promise of higher education, make her a great fit for Antioch.”

President Jane Fernandes (left) and Vice President for Advancement Vanessa Cubano

Earth Day 2022 Message from Dr. Kim Landsbergen

As we celebrate Earth Day 2022 on our “Pale Blue Dot”, as Carl Sagan would say, it is a time to reflect on many of the environmental challenges happening in our state, country, and across the world. The two most dramatic and dangerous challenges that are foremost in my mind are (1) Global Warming and (2) The Russian invasion of Ukraine. At the heart of both of these disasters is a greenwashing Fossil Fuel industry pushing our global addiction to fossil fuels of all forms while encouraging energy consumption. These intertwined issues are a eco-geo-political Gordian knot we must slice through.

At this moment, the fracking fossil gas industry poses itself as a hero for our times to provide countries relief from Russian fossil fuel dependence. As the Russian Invasion moves on, cries for Climate Change action have been erased and ignored. These crises, together with the Pandemic, provide us with an historic moment to self-evaluate, imagine a better world, and work for it.  We must recognize and seize this opportunity.

Antioch College has a long history of working for social justice and environmental sustainability. And we also have a complicated past, with a major benefactor whose inventions helped accelerate automobile usage in the 20th century. Where are we now?  Since re-opening, our campus has been re-developed as a showplace for renewable energy, with 2 LEED-certified buildings (North Hall, and the Arts and Sciences building). We have multiple forms of renewable energy on our campus (solar, geothermal fields), and we purchase electricity from Yellow Springs, a town committed to providing 100% renewable energy. This and many more of our accomplishments have been nationally recognized by the Association for the Advancement of Sustainability in Higher Education (AASHE) and our track record has been inventoried here in our STARS report, where we earned “silver” level recognition for our accomplishments. On account of this we are recognized in the Princeton Green Guide, and also Sierra Club’s “Cool Schools”.

Our College curriculum has many courses that connect to environmental science, sustainability, political ecology, environmental justice, and more. All Antioch students are required to take at least one sustainability-tagged course in their self-designed majors, and many of our faculty teach these courses across many disciplines. There are a plethora of co-op opportunities that students can pursue that allow them to live and work in ecology- and sustainability-related jobs. Two academic focus programs are under development this spring: one in Sustainability and another in Sustainable Food Systems. Our Antioch Farm has new leadership under Farm Manager Bruce Linebaugh. The Farm has renewed energy with generous donations of funds and volunteer time. Our farm infrastructure is being updated (hoop houses, greenhouse, and more), and we aim to greatly increase our food production and our already nationally recognized Farm-to-Table food program.

Where do we go from here? Antioch College isn’t resting on its laurels. As our campus engages in a strategic planning process with new campus leadership, we have an opportunity to raise the bar further and envision sustainability and environmental leadership as increasingly important campus values. And we can all engage more, use less, contact our elected leadership, and continue to fight like hell for peace, justice, and Mother Earth. There is no “silver bullet” for climate change action; we must do what we can, where we can, and not give up.

– Kim Landsbergen Ph.D., Certified Senior Ecologist**
Associate Professor of Biology and Environmental Science
Science Division Chair
Antioch College
1 Morgan Place, Yellow Springs OH 45387

** and sometimes seen as “Count Frackula” at protests

Additional reading and resources:

Project Drawdown –

Take on climate change at home and cut carbon emissions –

Images courtesy of Dr. Kim Landsbergen and Bruce Linebaugh

Antioch Farm Pollenators
All pipelines leak. All markets peak. End the extraction economy!
Antioch Farm Pollenators
Chickens on the Antioch Farm
Bruce at the Antioch Farm Greenhouse
Planting at the Antioch Farm
Extra help on the Antioch Farm
Count Fracula

Shane Creepingbear ’08 Appointed Dean of Admissions

Shane Creepingbear ’08 Appointed Dean of Admissions

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by | Nov 2, 2021

Shane Creepingbear ’08, a member of the Kiowa Tribe of Oklahoma, has been appointed Dean of Admissions, making him the first Native American to hold this critical position. Shane is somewhat of a household name around the table for generations of Antiochians, he was a classmate to many in the early 2000’s and has played a pivotal role in recruiting every class of students since the college reopened.

Dean Creepingbear’s appointment is a nod to Antioch, to allow ourselves to trust those closest to the work to uplift it and transform it in new and exciting ways. His work will lead Antioch into brave spaces where we can ask questions such as “How do we, as a College, re-frame admissions to be a process by which communities feel uplifted, nurtured, and connected?”  “How do we pour into the communities that honor us with their most-prized gifts — young people — how does having a new leader committed to uplifting communities help us at Antioch connect to the past but also move us forward in a time where the value of young people’s education is critical to our future as a just society? It’s important to ask these questions so our students can grow as leaders and continue to address critical issues like the climate crisis, land rights, LGBTQ rights, voter rights and reproductive justice for all of us.

Please join me in congratulating Shane Creepingbear for this tremendous role and leaving a comment below and consider making a gift via our secure online giving form in recognition of the important work he is about to undertake in support of Antioch’s commitment to low income, first generation, Black, and Indigenous people, and on behalf of all marginalized communities and their families.  



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