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WYSO’s Audio Archives project began in 2009 when boxes of old magnetic tapes surfaced in a musty storeroom. With funding from the Corporation for Public Broadcasting’s American Archive... › MORE

Antioch College has hired veteran fundraiser Susanne Hashim to serve as Vice President for Advancement after a two-month search. Malte von Matthiessen, Chair of the Antioch College Board of... › MORE

Antioch College is proud to announce that the Higher Learning Commission (HLC) has granted it accreditation. Since the College independently re-opened in 2011, it has been in a rigorous, multi-stage... › MORE

Antioch University recently announced significant administrative and governance changes. Antioch College has received a number of questions about whether those changes will affect the College... › MORE

At their June meeting, the Antioch College board of trustees voted to move forward with the development of Antioch College Village (ACV). ACV is part of the College’s Framework for Antioch... › MORE

Today, under a tent on the main lawn of Antioch College, more than 600 gathered to celebrate the second commencement since College reopened in 2011. The World House Choir sang powerful musical... › MORE

Sylvia Turner ’67, a member of the Antioch College board of trustees, passed away on Wednesday, May 25. We remember Sylvia as a thoughtful and gracious individual who addressed every problem... › MORE

The Antioch College Commencement Committee is pleased to announce Dr. Frances Degen Horowitz, an Antioch alum from the class of 1954, as the College's 2016 commencement speaker. Dr. Horowitz... › MORE

Below, find the original press release announcing The Antioch Review winter 2016 issue, followed by Antioch College's responses to recent criticism. PRESS RELEASE ORIGINALLY POSTED MARCH 17... › MORE

The national Center for Food Safety (CFS) celebrates Antioch College in Yellow Springs, Ohio for becoming a designated neonicotinoid-free campus. This recognition comes from the BEE Protective... › MORE