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An exhibition of mixed-media sculpture by a distinguished alumna of Antioch College has been extended into October. Renata Manasse Schwebel’s Sculptures will run at the Herndon Gallery at... › MORE

Two Antioch College professors are spearheading events in their respective fields in August. Associate Professor of Biology and Environmental Science Kim Landsbergen is co-organizing and... › MORE

WYSO, Antioch College’s public radio station and NPR affiliate, has launched a new storytelling series highlighting the experiences of Ohioans living with disabilities.  “Just Ask... › MORE

(Yellow Springs, OH) – One week before being named interim President and CEO of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP), Derrick Johnson drew a strong distinction... › MORE

(Yellow Springs, OH, Jul. 12, 2017) - Antioch College completed its 2017 fiscal year with several resounding votes of confidence. Prominent supporters of the College have contributed more... › MORE

(Yellow Springs, Ohio) – WYSO Public Radio, Antioch College’s radio station and NPR affiliate, won two national reporting awards in June.  The WYSO documentary “Women’... › MORE

Derrick Johnson, Vice Chair of the NAACP National Board of Directors, will give an address, “Speaking Truth to Power,” on Friday, July 14 at 3 pm in the Wellness Center (South Gym) at... › MORE

On the eve of its third commencement since reopening, Antioch College’s rebirth was featured today in the Dayton Daily News. “Thanks to alumni, Antioch College survived its own death... › MORE

(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