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Antioch College

Antioch College is a private, independent liberal arts college in Yellow Springs, Ohio. It was the founder and the flagship institution of the six-campus Antioch University system.

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Antioch's college and career counselor Candace Ogilvie in the New York Times!! Go sis!
RAMP CLOSURE: Ramp from Antioch to EB I-435 has CLOSED and will remain closed until June. Use College or 103rd to M…
There's irony that Dave Chappelle graduated from Antioch ~ Mann's College. I've…
College coaches Antioch HS has some ballers. Check out our recruits here . .
Antioch community share their thoughts on college degrees and the job market.
And Wagner College LB Najee Harris (not to be confused with Antioch RB Najee Harris, an Alabama signee).
and presents the notion "nonstop" and its articulations at Antioch College and Cooper Union.
Here we go my first job as a teacher of Philosophy and English at the Antioch College.
.a challenge to all of us Jason McLennan
Come to our Antioch and College Nuts and Bolts store this Saturday, Aug. 13, from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m., to meet...
I found one of the three at the BP on College and Antioch.
Of course it is Yellow Springs Antioch University college town.
I used to live in Antioch in college, and Wingbasket was always pretty good. Love their fries too!
Some sweet worship from this Sunday at church! . (Break My Heart x Antioch College Ministry)
“Be ashamed to die until you have won some victory for humanity…”. -Horace Mann-. The first Antioch College...
Antioch College was recently granted its accreditation from the Higher Learning Commission.
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Cecil Taylor live in concert at Antioch College, Ohio, nearly 50 years ago
Jim Dixon, physician and formr president of Antioch College, died at his home in Haverford, Penn. on Feb. 27, 2016,…
Over one-year later the renovated Antioch College Wellness Center is going strong. Check it out today!
just the thought that this time next year I will be in college not in Antioch anymore motivates me to not kill myself
My dad is so irritating if I'm staying in Antioch for college I'm fasholy moving out still 🙄
On a day rife with great college football, I'm headed to a high school game that'll be just as exciting: Foothill (11-0) at Antioch (11-0)
AS ONLY A ROOSEVELT CAN: Mark Roosevelt did the impossible, taking Antioch College & bringing it back to life.
Antioch in Ohio announces new president, to begin before accreditation announcement
Univ.of Wis., Univ of Mich., Westminster College, and Antioch Univ offering Competency Based Online Degree programs ht…
Antioch and Wilberforce push comebacks November is a pivotal month for Antioch College and Wilberforce University,…
Born & raised in Alabama, she graduated valedictorian from Lincoln High School. She received a BA in music & education from Antioch College.
Antioch College, the only start-up liberal arts school, reaches a milestone in its audacious revival vi…
Antioch my mom graduated there it's a university part college
ICYMI: Concert grand Steinway in Foundry Theatre at Antioch College. Thank you for refurbishing that piano! The World House Choir uses it!
JOB-Antioch-CA-94509-College Algebra Tutors are needed for upcoming assignments this spring & summer & the 2..
Columbia College graduate, Director of the Country's First LGBT Specialization in Clinical Psychology -- Antioch -- we like.
Antioch college Rally is freaken sick! It's like Youth but 10x more hype
Join Major Ecton and other panelists this Friday at 7pm for the forum "Justice While Black" at Antioch College.
Before this year I was so ready to leave all my friends and the people here for college but now thinking back Antioch has been so good to me
Columbus OH? We lived in Yellow Springs, home of Antioch College, before retiring out West (where today it is -10 br)
Antioch College investing in buildings: The college made sizable investments in the campus shortly after reope...
So Division 1 NCS football increases from 19 to 21 teams for next season. Gains College Park, Dublin, and Santa Rosa. Loses Antioch.
goin against bigtime programs UCLA, Michigan & Bama for '17 RB Najee Harris (Antioch, CA) who looks like college player now
Speaking with Pastor Chaney at Antioch Church about LB College Promise during Super Sunday.
Antioch College receives donation over $1 million to be used for scholarships for first-generation students h…
Founded in 1972 as the Homestead-Montebello Center of Antioch College, Sojourner-Douglass receives most of its...
Super stoked to work on this project with the antioch college ministry band. Revivals always come with…
Have you read The Distinctive College? Chronicles Swarthmore, Reed, Antioch through 1970s, and is supremely fascinating.
I liked a video Coretta Scott King, Bayard Rustin, and Antioch College
College visits in The Cube this Friday 10/17: Michigan Technological University (9:30am) and Antioch College (10:30am). Sign up in The Cube!
NHL Stanley Cup Memorabilia from The Bradford Exchange Online
This was done years ago by this numbnuts at Antioch College in Liberal Yellow Springs, Ohio
Today someone asked me where I was going to college and for the first time, they knew what Antioch was and how awesome it is
If anybody is interested, Antioch Community Church is having a college rally tonight at 7:30!! Worship and message!!
Several of my ebooks, including Delicate Rain, Parabellum, and Welcome to Antioch College, are on Amazon for...
Who in Antioch or Pittsburg that I can kick it with? This my last time out here before I leave for college
Can't wait for Antioch College Wellness Center to open!! :)
Anyone going to Antioch church @ 11 and want to give a ride to a carless college student:)?
California's sex consent bill: "Now every college in the state will be like Antioch in 1991!" via
Ruth and Lee: Together Again for the First Time: Ruth Paine graduated from Antioch College in 1955. Antioch Co...
Tbh I feel like my doctor in Antioch loves me because I go to the same college he went to
Went to Antioch College for a student protest. I've been told it's an internal matter, and was asked to leave the school.
You gonna come to my free reading next Tuesday? 7 pm, Room 204 of Seattle's Antioch College. Think I'll go w/the Colette story & Brel song.
college coming up soon, but Antioch high.
Ms. Ogilvie is our college and career counselor in The PAW. Preparing the Antioch Way.
Honored to be today's Antioch College commencement speaker.
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me and Sajik getting ready for our performance at Antioch College 2001 Dancing…
Marked as to-read: Welcome to Antioch College by Mitch Goth
Thanks to for speaking to students at our on Monday
what about Antioch College? Those Oberlin kids are all young republicans
We begin our rehearsals tonight [June 2] in preparation for several exciting upcoming events in the fall. All are welcome to join us at the Coretta Scott King Center on the campus of Antioch College at 7pm.
Today in April 27, 1927 Coretta Scott King, civil rights leader and author, was born in Perry County, Alabama. King earned her Bachelor of Arts degree in Music at Antioch College in 1951. During her time at Antioch, she became active in the Civil Rights Movement, joining the college chapter of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People and the Race Relations and Civil Liberties Committee. After graduation, she won a scholarship to the New England Conservatory of Music where she earned her Bachelor of Music degree in 1954. King married Martin Luther King June 18, 1953 and in their early years, was as well- known as a singer as he was a civil rights activist. King played an important role in the Civil Rights Movement, taking an active part in the Montgomery Bus Boycott in 1955 and working hard to pass the Civil Rights Act of 1954. In her later life, King broadened her focus to include women’s rights, LGBT *** *** bisexual, and transgender) rights, and opposition to apartheid, ca ...
1928-02-25 *On this date in 1928, A. L. Higginbotham Jr. was born. He was an African-American federal judge, scholar, and civil rights advocate. Born and raised in segregated Trenton, New Jersey, A (loysius) Leon Higginbotham Jr. attended Purdue University in Indiana to study engineering. There, Higginbotham objected to the segregated conditions for African-Americans, particularly the unheated attic space that served as the dormitory for Black students. Convinced by the university president that Purdue intended to remain segregated, Higginbotham transferred to Antioch College in Ohio, from which he graduated with a B.A. degree in 1949. He entered Yale Law School in 1950. That same year, he witnessed future Supreme Court Justice Thurgood Marshall argue the landmark Sweatt v. Painter school desegregation case, which inspired Higginbotham to use the courts to advance the rights of minorities. After graduating from Yale in 1952, Higginbotham worked in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, in private practice and as an ...
Black History Fact A. Leon Higginbotham graduated from Antioch College in 1949 and Yale Law School in 1952. In 1962, President Kennedy made Higginbotham the first black to serve on the Federal Trade Commission. In 1968, President Johnson appointed him vice chairman of the National Commission on the Causes and Prevention of Violence, known as the Kerner Commission, which investigated riots of the 1960s. In 1969, he was named Yale's first black trustee. He received the Presidential Medal of Freedom in 1995.
As you probably know, Rod Serling got his Bachelor’s degree at Antioch College. Throughout his life-long career as a writer and then producer, his Antiochian ideals were unwavering and unabashed. He felt that writers should “menace the public conscience”...
Antioch College in Yellow Springs, Ohio-USA TONIGHT AT 5:15 pm, Antioch College alumna Barbara Winslow will be presenting her new bibliography: Shirley Chisholm: Catalyst for Change (Lives of American Women)
Glen Helen Ecology Institute at Antioch College has an immediate need for a Project Manager, Marketing Coordinator. Essential functions of the position are listed below. Electronic applications are preferred. To apply, send a cover letter, resume and three professional references to hr[at]antiochcol...
Well folks, today is the day!! The Glen Helen building is on Cory Street, directly across from the two towers of Antioch College. Doors will be open at 6:00pm. Just a reminder, this event is 18+. Hard liquor will not be tolerated, but beer and wine is just fine :) Pleas...
Antioch College to begin construction on Central Geothermal Plant
In memory of Thor Heyerdahl Past October 6s: 1769: Captain Cooke lands on the coast of New Zealand. 1853: Antioch College opens in Yellow Springs, Ohio. It is the first nonsectarian school to offer equal opportunity for both men and women. 1893: Cream Of Wheat is created by millers in North Dakota. 1956: Dr. Albert Sabin reports that the oral polio vaccine he has developed is ready for mass testing on an international basis. 1966: Hanoi insists that the United States stop the bombing before peace talks can begin, while the United States insists that the peace talks have to begin before the bombing can end. 1997: American biology professor Stanley B. Prusiner wins the Nobel Prize for medicine for discovering “prions,” described as “an entirely new genre of disease-causing agents.” 2011: The Nobel Prize in Literature is awarded to Swedish poet Tomas Transtromer.
Happy birthday, Maya Lin. Past October 5s: 1646: A bounty of 100 pounds of tobacco is offered in the Virginia Colony for evidence of having killed a wolf. 1843: The first American female college professor, Rebecca Mann Pennell, begins teaching geography and drawing at Antioch College in Yellow Springs, Ohio. 1953: Earl Warren is sworn in as the 14th chief justice of the U.S. 1981: Swedish diplomat Raoul Wallenberg becomes an honorary American. 1983: Polish leader Lech Walesa wins the Nobel Peace Prize 1985: Eddie Robinson becomes college football’s all-time winningest coach as Grambling defeats Prairie View A&M 27-7. It is Robinson’s 324th career victory, one more than Paul “Bear” Bryant. 1989: The 14th Dalai Lama, the spiritual and temporal leader of Tibet, is named winner of the Nobel Peace Prize. 2010: A previously unknown and threatened language, known as Koro, is discovered by a team of linguists on an expedition to Arunachal Pradesh, in northeastern India. Only about 1,000 people speak this ...
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Tonight is our first ever "Family Night" - if you call Antioch College Ministry your home, join us in the auditorium at 7:30!
Excited to connect with God's heart for college students in Wheaton at the Antioch College Leaders Retreat.
Skill sharing workshops are a great way to introduce 3D printing! via
Excited to be joining Pastor Derrick Weston and the good folks of First Presbyterian Church, Yellow Springs, OH at the Coretta Scott King Center of Antioch College tonight for worship and conversation. We're gathering at the Center at 6:30 if you're within hollering distance... - Join us!
One of our wonderful speakers onstage at YS Pride Walk was Derrick Weston, pastor of the First Presbyterian Church of Yellow Springs & director of the Coretta Scott King Center for Cultural and Intellectual Freedom at Antioch College. His reminder for today: "Monday (6/24), 6:30pm at the Coretta Scott King Center, Patrick Evans, Interim Executive director of More Light Presbyterians will be here. He'll lead some brief worship then engage in some conversation about LGBTQ folks in the Presbyterian Church (USA), marriage equality, and the work of progressive religious voices on legislative inititatives in OH. This is an important conversation and all are welcome. Please come if you can!" 795 Livermore Street, at the corner of Livermore and Center College Streets, Yellow Springs, Ohio 45387
Had a memorable time at Antioch College, my Alma Mater last weekend. I was a member of one of the classes that graduated during the 60s. It was life-affirming to see so many people who came from a like-minded community, went into many different professions but all spent their lives caring about fellow human beings and this earth! Out of very small classes, we had several Macarthur Fellows (including the late Stephen Jay Gould and Sylvia Law, distinguished Civil Rights lawyer). Coretta Scott King graduated from Antioch, and we held a ceremony for my colleague David Farrar who won a Walter F Anderson Award (both pioneering African American musicians) in the room honoring her! This will stay with me!
Eleanor Holmes Norton (born June 13, 1937) is a Delegate to the United States Congress representing the District of Columbia. As a non-voting member of the U.S. House of Representatives, Norton may serve on committees, as well as speak on the House floor; however, she is not permitted to vote on the final passage of any legislation. Norton is as known as Congresswoman Eleanor Holmes Norton. Eleanor Holmes was born in Washington, D.C. to Coleman Holmes, a civil servant, and Vela Holmes née Lynch, a schoolteacher .She attended Antioch College (B.A. 1960), Yale University (M.A. in American Studies 1963)[1] and Yale Law School (LL.B 1964).[2] While in college and graduate school, she was active in the Civil Rights Movement and an organizer for the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee. By the time she graduated from Antioch, she had already been arrested for organizing and participating in sit-ins in Washington, D.C., Maryland, and Ohio. While in law school, she traveled to Mississippi for the Mississipp ...
Canton? That's north, right? Grew up in Dayton. Lived in Yellow Springs (home of Antioch College) most of my adult life.
Bishop Houston’s Black History In Review February 1-28 Today I salute: Virginia Esther Hamilton (March 12, 1934 – February 19, 2002) Mrs. Hamilton was an African-American author of children's books. She wrote 41 books, including M. C. Higgins, the Great, for which she won the U.S. National Book Award in category Children's Books and the Newbery Medal in 1975. Named for her grandfather's home state, Mrs. Hamilton grew up in Yellow Springs, Ohio. She attended Antioch College and then transferred to Ohio State University. She married the poet Arnold Adoff in 1960. Mrs. Hamilton's first book, as a child was "The Novel". In 1967, Mrs. Hamilton published Zeely. Over the course of her career, Mrs. Hamilton won numerous awards, including the Edgar Allan Poe Award, the Coretta Scott King Award, the Boston Globe–Horn Book Award, the Laura Ingalls Wilder Medal, and the Hans Christian Andersen Award. Mrs. Hamilton died of breast cancer on February 19, 2002. Three books have been published posthumously: Time Pie ...
Gregory Orr In 1947, Gregory Orr was born in Albany, New York, and grew up in the rural Hudson Valley, and for a year, in a hospital in the hinterlands of Haiti. He received a BA degree from Antioch College, and an MFA from Columbia University. He is the author of numerous collections of poetry, including How Beautiful the Beloved (Copper Canyon Press, 2009); Concerning the Book that is the Body of the Beloved (2005); The Caged Owl: New and Selected Poems (2002); Orpheus and Eurydice (2001); City of Salt (1995), which was a finalist for the L.A. Times Poetry Prize; Gathering the Bones Together (1975) and Burning the Empty Nests (1973). He is also the author of a memoir, The Blessing (Council Oak Books, 2002), which was chosen by Publisher's Weekly as one of the fifty best non-fiction books the year, and three books of essays, including Poetry As Survival (2002) and Stanley Kunitz: An Introduction to the Poetry (1985). He is considered by many to be a master of short, lyric free verse. Much of his early wo ...
The World House Choir is currently forming, and will perform as part of the celebration of Coretta Scott King's birthday on Saturday, April 27, to be held at Antioch College.
Antioch College is hosting a forum on gun violence, "Guns Don't Kill People," on Friday, February 8, at 7:30 p.m. in the Coretta Scott King Center.
Franklin William Hooper, LL.D. (11 Feb 1851–1 Aug 1914) American biologist, geologist, educator and institute director. He was born in Walpole, New Hampshire, the son of William Hooper and Elvira Pulsifer Hopper, and grew up on his parents' farm. After local schooling he studied at Antioch College, Yellow Springs, Ohio, from 1867–1871, and in 1872 enrolled at Harvard University to study biological sciences where Louis Agassiz and Asa Gray were among his professors. He participated in the first biological summer school at the short-lived Anderson School of Natural History, founded by Agassiz in 1873 on Penikese Island, Cape Cod. After graduating with a B.A. in 1875 (Hon. M.A. 1897) he worked for the Smithsonian Institution to study algae and coralline formations in the Florida Keys. After three years as head of the high school in Keene, New Hampshire from 1877-1880, he was appointed professor of chemistry and geology at Adelphi College, Brooklyn, where he taught until 1889.[2] He was the first Presid . ...
"Today I feel better than yesterday, but not as good as tomorrow/hoy me siento mejor que ayer, pero no tan bien como mañana.” As I watch the snow accumulating outside my window I am reminded of winter 1972 when I was attending Antioch College in Yellow Springs, Ohio. Having moved to the United States from Puerto Rico in 1970 I was still not enamored of the cold days and nights, blustery winds and snowstorms that were part of the daily experience of the season throughout the Midwest and other areas of the country. I had returned from spending Christmas and New Year’s in the Island and the season had quickly turned those days of sunny, blue skies, warm temperatures and fun at the beach to a distant memory. The day I arrived back on campus I made the acquaintance of an attractive young woman, with beautiful blue eyes the color of the Caribbean ocean and the plastic shovel that I used to clear my driveway this morning. After weeks of “getting to know you, getting to know all about you. Getting to li .. ...
A red tent temple is rising at Antioch College born from the seeds of our Yellow Springs, Ohio sisters. Read on.
He's actually from around these parts. Yellow Springs (home of Antioch College). It's hippy dippyville. They smoke a ton of weed there.
our college ministry at Antioch Baptist in Conway AR has taken the pledge! We are spreading the word!!
Reece & Nichols office at Antioch and College sold $326,000,000 in 2012! Wow!!! So glad to be involved with this office.
I'm so scared I won't get into college & will have to stay my *** in Antioch 😩 I want to get out of here !
Glad to see such great architecture (and such a great school) is being preserved via
A few years ago, its campus was placed on the List of Ohio's Most Endangered Historic Places. Today, it's a...
Im out in Antioch . I moved to NYC but came back for college. Just chillin out here
Great start to the day, Charlotte has just been given early acceptance to Antioch College in Ohio. No IB grade requirement and free tuition for the first 3 years. Antioch [College] is in a class by itself. There is no college or university in the country that makes a more profound difference in a young person’s life, or that creates more effective adults. None of the Ivies, big or small, can match Antioch’s ability to produce outstanding thinkers and doers. -- Loren Pope, Colleges That Change Lives Antioch College develops young people who are able to bring broad knowledge to bear upon present problems, who are resourceful, who feel a part of the whole world and are at ease within it, and who have started and don’t intend to stop on the road toward deeper understanding and effectiveness. Under Horace Mann, Antioch College was the educational pioneer of the mid-19th century. Under Arthur E. Morgan in the mid-20th century, it began a new adventure in developing the cooperative education program that . ...
any college freshman should be able to afford that ticket. Flo Rida is GARBAGE. Tix availavle at kroger in antioch
Got a student in college? Need to haul their stuff between home and the dorms? Consider this Dodge Nitro from Antioch Hyundai:...
angielickliter is the AWESOME owner of off College & Antioch. Love supporting
I'll probably end up going to Antioch College in Yellow Springs for a few years then go on to the east coast
Hayward's Pit Bar B Que @ corner of Antioch Road and College Blvd in OP, Ks. Bestest ever! Sweet and Tangy.
The year in review 2012: Antioch College moves forward - -
Check out what current students say about Antioch: You might want to check us out!
Laptop insurance - because accidents happen!
In college I use to drive to Murfreesboro like it was right up the street...now driving to Antioch seems like a road trip in itself smh
I've lived in 3 different states in the last 5 months and it's all better than Antioch lol! What college you going to?
Antioch College in Yellow Springs has a lovely campus.
President Obama announced his intent to nominate the following individuals to key Administration posts: Richard J. Engler, Nominee for Member, Chemical Safety and Hazard Investigation Board Richard J. Engler is the Founder and Director of the New Jersey Work Environment Council, a role he has held since 1997. From 1986 to 1996, he was Legislative Director and Vice President for the New Jersey Industrial Union Council, AFL-CIO. From 1975 to 1985, Mr. Engler was Founder and Co-Director of the Philadelphia Area Project on Occupational Safety and Health. Mr. Engler also worked at the Oil, Chemical, and Atomic Workers International Union, AFL-CIO, from 1973 to 1974. He received a B.A. in Political Science and Environmental Studies from Antioch College.
Yellow Springs, OHIO—December 10, 2012—The Boards of Antioch College and Antioch University agreed in principle to a plan that would transfer ownership of the non-commercial FM radio station WYSO to the College and eliminates any future rights of the University to have claim on Antioch College's cam...
Lithgow grew up in the village I lived in. His father taught theatre (I think) at Antioch College where I also taught for a bit
It's really great that God loves me again! 😊
The recently revived Antioch College in Yellow Springs, Ohio, does everything a little differently. Since reopening in 2011, the college is stronger than ever and is refocusing on the values that placed it prominently among the most innovative institutions of higher education in the…
Long before there was a WalMart and many of the other discount store chains that we know today there was the A&P chain of grocery stores. Marc Levinson initially approached this writing project with the intention of writing a biography about the two brothers, George and John Hartford, who guided the...
Thanks to alumnus William Murphy '64 for sharing this photo of the Antioch College Student Union circa 1963.
The more I read about it, the more I really want to get accepted to Antioch College.
From Jennifer Berman of Antioch College: Antioch College's Diversity Group is presenting Director (and NPR reporter) Aileen LeBlanc's new documentary, "Take Us Home," the story of Ethiopian Jews trying to get Israeli citizenship. It will take place this Thursday, 7:30 PM in the Glen Building. Aileen will be on hand to answer questions and speak about her film. The event is free and open to the public. Drinks and snacks will be served. The movie is fantastic!
In College I watch the same geography movies that I did at Chapel Hill & Antioch
You rock! I want to be a MA'AM! In college at they pejoratively called us SNAGs: Sensitive New Age Guys.
The Beneficial Beans Cafe located in the Scottsdale Public Library supports and employs adults with autism
Antioch branch is partnering with the Northland Diversity Council to promote the essay contest. The purpose of this competition is to examine issues of race, gender and ethnicity that confront our area today as our communities become more diverse. The Council hopes to stimulate young Northlanders to think beyond the stereotypes so prevalent in our media and culture. We invite young people of all backgrounds to illustrate our topic this year: Diversity in Democracy. Diversity in Democracy is in the news, especially it being an election year. We want to celebrate diverse individuals and groups who have contributed to the democratic process by the People and for the People present and past. Despite challenges, diverse people and groups have added to the strength of the nation through their cultural contributions and perspectives. We encourage you to compose an essay, create a poster, or a 5-10 minute video on diversity in democracy. Bu sure to explain why you believe this individual’s or group’s contribu ...
Sinclair Community College? Antioch I'd expect. Has Sinclair been on the inclusivity radar before?
Check it out. Antioch is an amazing college. (class of '95)
So you graduate highschool and go off to college out of antioch, but still party and chill with the same people from antioch? *** lol
Last week, Antioch College received this information from the recycling service that picks up our recycled materials: For the first three quarters of 2012, we have recycled 41,632 pounds of materials including paper, metal, aluminum, and plastic. The natural resource savings associated are listed below and are quite astonishing: SAVED: 349 mature trees 3.45 acres of forest 84,235 kilowatt hours of energy 143,815 gallons of water 7,807 gallons of oil 246.54 cubic yards of landfill space 20.82 carbon equivalent tons
Offered a full ride to Antioch College.. Too bad I've never heard of it. 😏😒
Belmont Abbey College is hoping to give more students a shot at a private university education by cutting its tuition.
2day is College/ Youth Day Come to Antioch Baptist Church Tahlequah. Starts at 11am. Professor Sheree Whiteside will be bringing the message
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Anyone and everyone! Scooters Coffeehouse on College BLVD and Antioch road at 7pm! Safety Switch is playing. Come chill!
More coming... I still have to get to the basement and bring up a few signs.. Rock Chalk, Staching Through the Snow, Etc
hitting the road to visit Antioch College for an evening of workshops with students, and wrapping up by doing a trans rights lecture. Fun times await at one of my favorite places to visit!
SAINT SHARBEL MISSION CHRISTMAS HAF Description: Saint Sharbel Mission Christmas Hafle is our annual dinner that features a LIVE BAND and tradicional Lebanese dances presentation. As a Maronite church in North Carolina, Saint Sharbel's Mission and Goal is to share the treasures of our eastern heritage (culture, family ethics, tradition, spirituality and liturgy) with all our brothers and sisters in the triangle area of North Carolina. Our church which started in Antioch with Saint Maron has more than 1400 years of Christian tradition and a special sacred language: Aramaic, the spoken language of Jesus Christ. Aramaic is still used in our Divine Liturgy (mass), specially during the consecration of the Body & Blood of our Lord and during the invocation of the Holy Spirit and other part of the mass too. Cost: Tickets: Adults $45 students(13 -18 & college)$30 Kids 12 & under: Free Dates: • 12/8/2012 from 06:30 PM to 02:00 AM
Yellow Springs, OHIO—November 12, 2012—Antioch College is pleased to announce the opening MEME: Culture in Transmission, a multimedia exhibition that invites investigation of the concept and the phenomenon of memes, considering their origin, evolution, mechanisms, and role in contemporary society. A...
Yellowpedia is the weekly blog of Aaron Zaremsky. It attempts to document the cultural and natural history of Yellow Springs while also covering current events and trends. This week's entry is on Antiochiana: Antioch College's historical archives.
Grad students (ABD) or PhDs: Antioch College invites applications for an adjunct position in psychology beginning Jan. 8, 2013 and ending March 22, 2013. A PhD in psychology or related fields is required. ABD will be considered. The College is seeking a candidate who has demonstrated excellence in teaching particularly in undergraduate liberal arts education. The candidate is expected to teach an introductory course in general psychology. This course aims to introduce students to various knowledge areas of psychology and the diverse scientific methodologies of the discipline, and to help them learn to think psychologically. Applicants should submit a cover letter, curriculum vitae, and a statement of teaching philosophy, and an unofficial transcript electronically as PDF attachments to nwilburnOfficial transcripts will be required of finalists. Electronic submission of all materials is strongly preferred. If necessary, hard copies may be mailed to Psychology Search c/o Nancy Wilburn, Antioch College, One ...
Four years after closure, Antioch College to welcome its second class Yellow Springs, Ohio—October 1, 2012—The student population at the historic Antioch College will more than double in size on October 2 when 75 new undergrads arrive for fall orientation. This is the second year of independent operation for Antioch College, which closed in June 2008. Following months of negotiations, an alumni-led group in September 2009 purchased the campus, rights to the institution’s endowment, its 1,000-acre Glen Helen Preserve, and its award-winning The Antioch Review. The College’s new trustees hired Mark Roosevelt, a former Pittsburgh Schools superintendent and former Massachusetts legislator, as the college’s new president. With just six tenure-track professors on board, the College opened to a class of 35 students in the fall of 2011. “Our closure gave us a unique opportunity to take a step back and examine what we were doing well and what we could to improve,” Roosevelt said. “Our particular mod ...
At the once-shuttered Antioch College, the 75 students who make up the class of 2016 erupted in cheers as they were welcomed for the first time to the campus that previously sat dormant for three years.
Today in History: Oct 06 First GPSS manual published, 1961 Oct 06 Antioch College is the first public school to admi
Join me at the Greene County Walk to End Alzheimers on Saturday at Antioch College
Antioch College will hold an open forum on “Transnational Strategies for Sustainability in Central America” on Tuesday, September 18, 2012 at 7:00 p.m. in McGregor Hall, room
Yellow Springs is a village in Greene County, Ohio, United States, and is the location of Antioch College and Antioch University Midwest. The population was 3,487 at the 2010 census. It is part of the Dayton Metropolitan Statistical Area.
During his freshman year at Antioch College, Rod Serling worked as an unpaid intern at WNYC. Although his newsroom and script-writing duties kept him mostly off the air, Serling's unmistakable voice can be heard in the station's public service series Toward Return to Society, produced in cooperation...
Headed down to Yellow Springs to visit the archives at Antioch College. Did you know Eleanor Holmes Norton is an alumna from the 50s?
Antioch College's Diversity Working Group meets Mondays at noon at the Coretta Scott King Center.there are already about sixteen people on the commitee...with today being the day before summer term starts some folks might be waylaid in in pre-class activities.
London was born and raised on the Upper West Side of Manhattan, New York City. A math prodigy at age five, London was on the radio show, Quiz Kids, and educated at the experimental elementary school at Hunter College, NYC. In 1948 the school was featured in LIFE Magazine and shows little Roy telling an arresting tale of death, transfiguration and group marriage involving Walt Disney's Mickey Mouse and Donald Duck. To graduate at twenty from Antioch College, in Yellow Springs, Ohio, London wrote a paper that combined mathematical concepts and the precepts of theater. a math prodigy... seems legit.. :(
The upcoming Emerging Artists YSAC Gallery Show will also feature the pen & ink drawings of Forrest Humphrey. Humphrey has been "ready for adventure" since he began studying at Antioch College this year, and his art reflects this courageous spirit.
May 21 May 21, 1942 Marguerite Ross Barnett – February 26, 1992, political scientist, administrator, and university president. Barnett was the first black woman to lead a major American university, was the eighth president of the University of Houston and a former chancellor of the University of Missouri–St. Louis. Barnett was born in Charlottesville, Virginia. She grew up in Buffalo, New York, and graduated from Bennett High School in 1959. After graduating from Antioch College in 1964, she earned a master of science and doctoral degrees in political science from the University of Chicago. Barnett then taught at the University of Chicago Princeton University, Howard University and Columbia University. Barnett succeeded in raising more than $150 million for the institution, establishing the Texas Center for Environmental Studies and instituting the nationally renowned Bridge Program. This curriculum aided and motivated disadvantaged students to make a successful transition from high school to college. ...
"Ana Mercado produced this important documentary while engaged in a summer internship from Antioch College. Ana had been interested in social justice issues ...
just met John Lithgow this morning in my hotel breakfast room! I said Mr. Lithgow, I am from Yellow Springs and I was in your childhood home! This started a brief but lovely conversation about Dayton Street and Antioch College. He was in town for the graduation of his daughter from UPenn's nursing school - and she is interested in midwifery and knows my dear friend Mamie Guidera! What a small connected world it is!!
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