A Buffalo Grazing

Transient Mode–Home and Transient Mode: Hope

May 07, 2015

    Spring 2015 finds the Antioch College Campus about as busy as it’s been in ten years. Given that we have managed to blossom during the great recession of 2008 on, that is some kind of miracle (!) and the result of many, many people's’ sweat and sweat-equity and, of course, time and generosity as well.

From the Land of Dreams

March 10, 2015

Unlike some other parts of the planet, Southwest Ohio has real weather. After a long winter respite from relatively cold weather, a sudden cold-hearted “valentine” arrived on campus right on Valentine’s Day. Looking out the window from the OK Library, I couldn’t see the giant pine trees, much less South Hall, as heavy white-out snow flew sideways! Being Ohio, the sun came out every ten minutes. It had to have been a few random clouds that made their way from Lake Michigan as arctic air flew over the Great Lakes.

Life after Antioch

February 03, 2015

By Steve Duffy '77

‘The Gas we Pass’ in the New Year

January 06, 2015

As the first half of the 2014-2015 academic year at Antioch College came to midpoint, one might expect every student’s to-go meals—and yes, there is take out because students have incredibly tight schedules— would have been wrapped in the pages of colorful, old road atlas papers. A hint to the many destinations at hand for experiential learning.

Putting some part of you into a unique experience

December 05, 2014

By Steve Duffy '77

Getting into the swing of things

November 06, 2014

By Steve Duffy '77

Somewhere under the rainbow

September 30, 2014

By Steve Duffy '77 The leaves of fall are dropping to the ground and my mind wanders to memories of summer and rainbows. The summer of July 2014, Antioch College had its highest on-campus enrollment since reopening.  The classes of 2016 and 2017 were here, with a sprinkling 2015’ers working at local co-ops and beginning senior year pre-graduation research.  

Moments to recharge and moments to adapt

June 26, 2014

It has been a joyous yet frenzied fortnight here both on campus and in Yellow Springs.