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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

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