Our Wins

Our Wins - Antioch College

Compiled by Christian Feuerstein ’94

Sean Beaudoin ’92 released a new book, The Infects. Publishers Weekly said, “Horror goes hand-in-hand with dark comedy in this wickedly unpredictable adventure, as Beaudoin simultaneously skewers the fast food industry and familiar zombie tropes.”

Dan Gartrell ’67 released Education for a Civil Society: How Guidance Teaches Young Children Democratic Life Skills.

Janet Goldner ’74 received a Fulbright Specialists award for a project at the First Floor Gallery in Harare, Zimbabwe.

Peter Hochstein ’61 released an e-book memoir, Heiress Strangled in Molten Chocolate at Nazi Sex Orgy! about Hochstein’s simultaneous careers—Antioch College student and newspaper reporter.

Erika Nakamura ’04 and her butcher shop, Lindy & Grundy, were featured on The Ricki Lake Show. You can also read our interview with Erika.

Eleanor Holmes Norton ’60 is covered in a Washington Post video that reviews her eleven-term quest to earn a Congressional vote for the District of Columbia.

Tom Valens ’69 premiered his documentary, August to June, at the Little Art Theatre in Yellow Springs. The film covers the last year his wife, Amy Valens ’68, was a teacher.

Stephen Wasby ’59, a judicial scholar, gave a talk titled “The U.S. Courts of Appeals: The Courts Nobody Knows” on October 2, in the Brown Ballroom of the Bone Student Center at Illinois State University.

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