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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

Antioch College congratulates students David Blakeslee ’18, Ellie Burck ’18, Lillian Burke ’16, Odette Chavez-Mayo ’18, and Charlotte Norman ’18, Assistant... › MORE

Antioch College proudly salutes its alumni and friends during National Volunteer Week 2017. Volunteerism is deeply embedded in Antiochian culture.  Indeed, volunteers have been vital to... › MORE

Antioch College presents “Walk It with You: The Courage of Coretta Scott King,” its annual community commemoration of the civil rights pioneer, Tues., Apr. 25, at the Foundry Theater at... › MORE

WYSO Public Radio, Antioch College’s radio station and NPR affiliate, won two national reporting awards in June.  The WYSO documentary “Women’s Voices From Dayton... › MORE

Antioch College began as an innovation.  The legendary educator Horace Mann journeyed from New England to Yellow Springs, Ohio to create a new kind of American college. He envisioned a place... › MORE

“Lines of Thinking” is a monthly feature from College President Tom Manley.   April, 2017 Meeting the Universe Halfway First, let me assure you, there is a poem in... › MORE

“Lines of Thinking" is a monthly feature from College President Tom Manley.  March, 2017 Our times are inarguably subject to profound challenges and wicked problems—... › MORE

Antioch College and similar institutions play an important role in American life. How they play that role, work with their surrounding communities and position themselves for the future was the... › MORE