Our Wins

The University of Alabama Press has published a memoir of Edythe Scott Bagley ’47 about her sister, Coretta Scott King ’51. Read more about this book.

The Antioch College Board of Trustees voted recently to elect lawyer and artist Judith Church ’75 as a new trustee of the College.

Steven Cramer ’76 was profiled in litseen. He is the author of four poetry collections: The Eye That Desires to Look Upward (1987), The World Book (1992), Dialogue for the Left and Right Hand (1997), and Goodbye to the Orchard (2004), which won the 2005 Sheila Motton Prize from the New England Poetry Club and was named a 2005 Honor Book in Poetry by the Massachusetts Center for the Book. View his alumni profile.

Photographs by Dennie Eagleson ’71, Creative Director for the Herndon Gallery at Antioch College, were featured at ArtStreet on the University of Dayton campus. The exhibition included photographs made while she was an artist in residence with the Rivers Institute at the University of Dayton in August 2011.

Mark Greenfield ’86 stars in a new movie, Two Hundred Thousand Dirty.

Katherine Leigh Hilsinger ’81, MD, has been appointed to the Wisconsin Medical Board and the volunteer faculty at the University of Madison Family Practice residency program.

Magda Houlberg ’97, MD was named to the Services and Advocacy for GLBT Edlers (SAGE) Board of Directors.

A short story by Gariot P. Louima—titled “Homecoming”—was published in the fall–winter 2011 edition of Obsidian: Literature in the African Diaspora, a peer-reviewed journal out of North Carolina State University. Louima is Antioch College’s Chief Communications Officer and coordinator of the Writing Institute.

Maya Nye ’99, alumni relations officer for volunteer management, received the 2012 Linda Schnautz Award for Environmental Courage from the West Virginia Environmental Council. The WVEC facilitates communication and cooperation among citizens in promoting environmental protection in West Virginia, assists in organizing grassroots groups, facilitates interaction among established environmental organizations, and corresponds with appropriate local, state, and federal agencies involved in the management of West Virginia’s environment.

Attorney and author Charles Rosenberg ’68 has a new book coming out, Death on a High Floor. Read an interview with him.

Thomas L. Schlenker ’73, MD, MPH, became the health officer and director of the San Antonio Metropolitan Health District in mid-2011. He is now in the midst of a departmental re-organization and getting to know the seventh largest city in the United States.

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