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Antioch Is...

January 13, 2016

Click "Read More" for a student-produced video detailing what Antioch means to current students and why they came to this special place in Yellow Springs. 

From Mann to Manley: Next Antioch President Visits Campus

December 08, 2015

Antioch College welcomed incoming president Dr. Tom Manley and his wife Susanne Hashim to campus on Friday, November 20 just two days after it was announced Manley will pick up where outgoing president Mark Roosevelt will leave off. Manley will officially begin his presidency on March 1, 2016. While on campus, Manley held meetings with students, faculty, and staff and joined the College Community for a meet-and-greet session at the end of the day. He was also gifted a vintage Antioch jacket by Roosevelt - it fit like a glove.

Antioch Reaches Accreditation Milestones: A Letter From Mark Roosevelt

November 02, 2015

We reached yet another milestone in the accreditation process earlier this month when we submitted our Assurance Argument along with more than 400 supporting documents to the Higher Learning Commission (HLC). Thank you to everyone for their hard work in bringing us to this point, and thanks to all who submitted a comment during the open comment period.

Alumni Tele-Town Hall 2015 a Huge Success

October 08, 2015

On October 7, the College held a successful Tele-Town Hall engaging thousands of alumni across the country. College President Mark Roosevelt and ComCil President Amelia Gonzalez ‘17 provided an update specific to Antioch’s quest to become accredited. Dozens of alumni from all eras then asked questions of Mark and Amelia.

Faculty Spotlight: Dr. Karen Velasquez Anthropology and Co-op

September 20, 2015

Dr. Karen Valasquez is an assistant professor of anthropology and co-operative education, specializing in cultural and linguistic diversity. She believes the co-op experience, much like anthropological fieldwork, can be profoundly personal and transformative.

Antioch College Featured in The Chronicle of Higher Education

August 10, 2015

This June, Antioch College graduated its first class of students since reopening in 2011. It was a symbolic milestone of rebirth and reinvention, made possible by a sincere belief in our heritage and purpose. This article by The Chronicle of Higher education illuminates the path we’ve taken to get here, and takes a look at the future of our unique “162 year-old start-up” institution.

Antioch College Excels at the Real Food Challenge

May 07, 2015

On May 6, Mark Roosevelt, College staff and student representatives signed the Real Food Challenge during Community Meeting. The Real Food Challenge (RFC) leverages the power of youth and universities to create a healthy, fair and green food system.

Ideas, enthusiasm abound at Antioch College Village Charrette

March 30, 2015

Organizers of the Antioch College Village, a proposed project to create about 160 homes on campus, had invited the community to join in this design activity, and the community responded: about 200 people attended the three-hour event on a cold and snowy night.

Award-winning writer Mia McKenzie announced as keynote speaker for Reunion and Commencement 2015 Dinner

February 01, 2015

Antioch College announced today that award-winning writer Mia McKenzie will serve as the keynote speaker on Friday, June 19, for the College’s Reunion and Commencement Dinner. McKenzie will deliver her speech the evening before Congressman John Lewis takes the stage as the College’s official Commencement speaker on Saturday, June 20.

WYSO airs “From the Bully Pulpit to Civic Life: A Conversation Between Mark Roosevelt and Bob Taft”

January 08, 2015

On October 14, Antioch College President Roosevelt and former Ohio Governor Bob Taft met before a live audience to share ideas about the state of American politics and to take questions from the 300+ people in the audience. Roosevelt and Taft are both the great-grandsons of American Presidents. Roosevelt’s great grandfather was Theodore Roosevelt, President from 1901 to 1909. He was succeeded by William Howard Taft of Cincinnati, Ohio.

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