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Antioch College proudly salutes its alumni and friends during National Volunteer Week 2017.

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 Antioch College, 920 Corry St., at 7 pm.

By any measure, the Coretta Scott King Center’s first external friend-raiser was a big success.

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 where students rose above the prejudices and sectarian limitations of the times to “win victories for humanity” through the powers of knowledge and conscience.  Later, under Arthur Morgan, Antioch’s practice of co-operative education (co-op) was developed to engage students in learning through real jobs and the real-world problem solving they demand. 

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.  

Meeting the Universe Halfway

“Lines of Thinking," is 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.  

March 2017 - Laozi

Antioch College and similar institutions play an important role in American life. How they play that role, work with their surrounding communities and position themselves for the future was the subject of a “Friday Forum” panel discussion on March 3rd on the Antioch campus.

Antioch College will host “The Financial Sustainability of Private Liberal Arts Colleges in the 21st Century,” a panel discussion as part of its “Friday Forum” series, on Fri., Mar. 3 at 7 pm at McGregor Hall, room 113 on the Antioch campus.

The Antioch Review continues its celebration of its 75th Anniversary with the publication of a second volume that highlights work published between 1961 and 2012.

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