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Voting Open Among Antioch Community for Winning Victories Grant Antioch College Offering Grant Funding Opportunities to Alumni Who Carry on Founder’s Plea to “Win Some Victory For... › MORE


COLLOQUIA 2018, held on Antioch College’s campus, celebrates Antioch graduating seniors’ accomplishments and opens campus up to wider community. Yellow Springs, OH (June 11, 2018)... › MORE


Despite the threat of rain on Tuesday, June 5, the Antioch Community gathered at the Farm for the unveiling of a new alumni-made sign. Completed during Volunteer Work Project in March by Evelyn... › MORE


I’ve been reflecting on the idea of silence since listening to the inspiring talks given by Tamika D. Mallory at the Coretta Scott King Legacy Luncheon and Birthday Celebration at Antioch two... › MORE


“Are We There Yet?” is the urgent question inspiring the Second Restorative Justice Conference that will take place June 1 and 2 in Yellow Springs, OH. Following on... › MORE


Co-authored by Kim Landsbergen, associate professor of Biology and Environmental Science, "Art/Science Collaborations: New Explorations of Ecological Systems, Values, and their Feedbacks"... › MORE


Kelly Gallagher, Assistant Professor of Media Arts at Antioch College, will serve as a film juror at this year's annual Indie Grits Festival from April 12-15 in Columbia, SC. Indie Grits... › MORE


Friday, April 6, Scott Sanders, College Archivist, attended a Concord Free Public Library Corporation program on behalf of the College. "No Picture Could Be More Lovely:" Ada Shepard with... › MORE


Antioch College has been on the forefront of social change since it's founding in 1850. In the continuing international conversations about consent, sexual harassment, and the #MeToo... › MORE


Coretta Scott King Center at Antioch College Hosts Second Annual Legacy Luncheon April 25 Tamika D. Mallory, nationally recognized activist, will receive Coretta Scott King Legacy Award... › MORE


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