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Welcome to “Lines of Thinking," a monthly feature from College President Tom Manley. Each installment will feature a poem selected for its powers to transport us to some higher, lower or common ground, and, possibly in the process, provide fresh perspective and insight on the ground we occupy daily.

Antioch College faculty will host a “Seed-to-Sustainability Workshop,” in conjunction with Ridge & Hollow Sees Alliance and Community Food Initiatives, on Saturday, Oct. 21 in McGregor Hall on the Antioch campus.

(Yellow Springs, Ohio) – Six Antioch College faculty members have received the SOCHE (Southwestern Ohio Council for Higher Education) Faculty Excellence Awards for 2017-2018 in Teaching, Research and Service. 

Welcome to “Lines of Thinking," a monthly feature from College President Tom Manley. Each installment will feature a poem selected for its powers to transport us to some higher, lower or common ground, and, possibly in the process, provide fresh perspective and insight on the ground we occupy daily.

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 Antioch College through Fri., Oct. 13. The exhibition opened on July 13 as part of the college’s Reunion 2017.

Two Antioch College professors are spearheading events in their respective fields in August.

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

(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 between mass demonstrations and other forms of social justice advocacy, in his keynote remarks at Antioch College’s Reunion 2017.

(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 than $6 million in the last several weeks, providing momentum as Antioch prepares for the 2017-18 academic year.

Maureen Lynch and Richard Lapedes, Yellow Springs residents and longtime Antioch supporters, gave $1 million as a sign of their belief in the College’s future and a challenge to other donors.

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