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(Yellow Springs, Ohio) – WYSO Public Radio, Antioch College’s radio station and NPR affiliate, won two national reporting awards in June. 

Derrick Johnson, Vice Chair of the NAACP National Board of Directors, will give an address, “Speaking Truth to Power,” on Friday, July 14 at 3 pm in the Wellness Center (South Gym) at Antioch College.

Johnson has deep experience in public policy and leadership development, and is a guest lecturer at Harvard Law School. He is also the President and CEO of One Voice, Inc., a non-profit civic organization in Mississippi working to give voice to marginalized and vulnerable communities throughout the South.

On the eve of its third commencement since reopening, Antioch College’s rebirth was featured today in the Dayton Daily News.

“Thanks to alumni, Antioch College survived its own death” discussed how the College’s alumni rallied to gain the College’s independence, and the process or rebuilding a closed institution.

(Yellow Springs, Ohio) –The Antioch College Board of Trustees announces the following changes:

Three new members have been appointed to the Board:

Antiochians are dreamers. They experience doubt. They embrace uncertainty. They make bold choices, sometimes unexpectedly. That is why Antioch College has rolling admissions: we want to be able to welcome that brilliant student whose decision about her next life adventure did not come to fruition until after all the traditional deadlines had passed.

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The Foundry Theater at Antioch College, 225 Corry St., will be temporarily closed during Summer Quarter, effective Sat., Jun. 24, in order to assess and prepare for the next phase of repairs and renovations.

Areas include the light rigging grid, the south wall, and leaks in the roof and some windows. The goal is to increase the building’s safety for performers, audiences and community partners.

Medical Services

Antioch's medical health services team cares for over 150 student visits per term and consists of our contract campus Doctor, Donald Gronbeck, MD and campus Nurse, J. Pan Reich RN, EMT-P. LMT. The team offers compassionate and non-judgmental family practice type care. This includes and is not limited to: acute injuries or illnesses; managing chronic conditions; STI testing and treatment; GYN testing/health; mental and emotional health medication management and genetic testing; health education; all types of birth control; and immediate-result testing for pregnancy, urinary tract infections and strep throat. Seeing the Doctor and Nurse is free of charge for current Antioch College students. Please note: more extensive testing may require your insurance to be charged. In such instances, staff would consult you in advance.  


Campus Resources

Campus Doctor and Nurse Schedule


Off-Campus Resources

Physical Wellness

  • Dr. Donald Gronbeck* 

    • Yellow Springs Primary Care, 888 Dayton Street Suite 106, Yellow Springs, OH 45387

    • 937-767-1088


    • *When scheduling with Dr. Gronbeck, be sure to mention that you are an Antioch College student and they will attempt to see you within 24 hours

  • Community Physicians of Yellow Springs

    • 888 Dayton Street, Suite 200, Yellow Springs, OH 45387

    • 937-767-7291

  • Dr. Keith Watson, OB-GYN

  • Greene Memorial Hospital

  • Soin Medical Center

  • Doctors' Urgent Care Office

    • 2131 Gateway Dr. Fairborn, OH 45324

    • 937-873-9500


    • 8:30 a.m. - 10:00 p.m. - 7 days/week

Local Gynecology and Women’s Health Services Resources

  • Planned Parenthood of Dayton

    • Kettering Philips Center; 224 N. Wilkinson Street, Dayton, OH 45402 (20 miles from Antioch College)


    • 937-226-0780  

  • The Woman’s Center of Dayton

    • 1401 E. Stroop Road, Dayton, OH 45429 (20 miles from Antioch College)


    • 937-293-3917 and 1-800-672-6810

  • Keith Watson MD (OB/GYN)

    • 100 Kahoe Lane, Yellow Springs, OH 45387 (1.2 miles from Antioch College)

    • 937-767-7311 

  • Contemporary OB/GYN

Hospitals (listed in order of closest distance)

  • Greene Memorial Hospital (49 bed hospital, part of the Kettering Health Network)

    • 1141 North Monroe Drive, Xenia, OH 45385 (8 miles from Antioch College)

    • 937-352-2000  

  • Soin Medical Center (118 bed hospital, part of Kettering Health Network. Our Campus Physician has admitting privileges here)

    • 3535 Pentagon Blvd, Beavercreek, OH 45431 (12 miles from Antioch College)

    • 937-702-4000

  • Springfield Regional Medical Center (259 bed hospital, part of Community Mercy Health Partners, a Catholic health organization)

    • 100 Medical Center Drive, Springfield, OH 45504 (12 miles from Antioch College)

    • 937-523-1000  

  • Miami Valley Hospital (900 bed hospital, part of Premier Health Partners; the regional Level One Trauma Center, Burn Center, High-risk OB/L&D Unit, with 3 Careflight helicopters)

    • One Wyoming Street, Dayton OH 45409 (20 miles from Antioch College)

    • 937-208-8000

Please note:

  • Sexual Assault Nurse Examiners (SANE) are available at all of the hospitals listed above.

  • According to the Human Rights Campaign’s, “Healthcare Equality Index,” Miami Valley Hospital and Springfield Regional Medical Center are the only local hospitals to have visitation policies explicitly granting equal visitation rights to LGBT patients and visitors. Those hospitals of the Kettering Health Network do not.                                                                                                                                                    

  • Our local EMS paramedic squad, Miami Township Fire Rescue, will transport to any of these hospitals, upon patient request.

Urgent Care Centers*

  • Doctor’s Urgent Care

    • 2131 Gateway Drive, Fairborn, OH 45324 (6.8 miles from Antioch College)

    • 937-873-9500

  • Kettering Urgent Care of Beavercreek (part of Kettering Health Network)

    • 3371 Kemp Road, Beavercreek, OH 45431 (11 miles from Antioch College)

    • 937-458-4200

  • Kettering Urgent Care of Xenia (part of Kettering Health Network)

    • 50 N. Progress Drive, Xenia, OH 45385 (11 miles from Antioch College)

    • 937-352-2850 

*Hours of operation vary. Bring driver’s license, Antioch ID, health insurance card and expect a co-pay.

(Yellow Springs, Ohio) – Antioch College will hold COLLOQUIA 2017, its inaugural annual public showcase of senior Capstone projects, beginning next week.

The series of performances, presentations, salons, poster presentations, screenings and an all-arts exhibition, modeled after the Chautauqua Institution program, highlights the culminating academic work of the Antioch College Class of 2017, and the results of their immersion into Antioch’s unique, experiential educational experience.

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.   

Author John R. Nelson’s piece “Funny Bird Sex” will appear in The Pushcart Prize: Best of the Small Presses (2018 Edition). Nelson’s work appeared in the Winter 2016 issue of The Antioch Review, "’Funny Bird Sex’ and other Miscellaneous Tales”.