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(Yellow Springs, Ohio) –The Antioch College Board of Trustees announces the following changes: Three new members have been appointed to the Board: Robert M. Hollister ’66, a... › MORE


Antiochians are dreamers. They experience doubt. They embrace uncertainty. They make bold choices, sometimes unexpectedly. That is why Antioch College has rolling admissions: we want to be able to... › MORE


(Yellow Springs, OH) -  The Foundry Theater at Antioch College, 225 Corry St., will be temporarily closed during Summer Quarter, effective Sat., Jun. 24, in order to assess and prepare for... › MORE


(Yellow Springs, Ohio) – Antioch College will hold COLLOQUIA 2017, its inaugural annual public showcase of senior Capstone projects, beginning next week. The series of performances,... › MORE


“Lines of Thinking" is a monthly feature from College President Tom Manley.  June, 2017 Portland, Oregon—my adopted hometown and the birthplace of two of our daughters... › MORE


Author John R. Nelson’s piece “Funny Bird Sex” will appear in The Pushcart Prize: Best of the Small Presses (2018 Edition). Nelson’s work appeared in the Winter 2016 issue of... › MORE


“Lines of Thinking” is a monthly feature from College President Tom Manley. May, 2017   Here are three encounters with the American poet Allen Ginsberg; one of them... › MORE


Antioch College will host a five-day solar electric (photovoltaic) certification workshop, sponsored by Blue Rock Station, June 26-30, 2017, on the Antioch campus. The course is designed to... › MORE


Several slices of Japanese culture are on their way back to Antioch College and Yellow Springs. Ohayo Ohio, a nine-day Japanese symposium and cultural event, takes place at various sites at... › MORE


(Yellow Springs, OH) By any measure, the Coretta Scott King Center’s first external friend-raiser was a big success. More than 200 supporters from across the Miami Valley attended the... › MORE


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