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Antioch College students recently ate lunch in their cafeteria, which serves mostly non-processed food increasingly sourced from the campus farm. The Antioch experience so far has been stressful but rewarding, said students, who have to go to class, do homework, work on campus, govern themselves and cook for one another on weekends. At the table are, from left, Eros, Eva Erickson, Jennifer Carlson and Elijah Blanton. (By Megan Bachman)

Antioch students

Antioch College students recently ate lunch in their cafeteria, which serves mostly non-processed food increasingly sourced from the campus farm. The Antioch experience so far has been stressful but rewarding, said students, who have to go to class, do homework, work on campus, govern themselves and cook for one another on weekends. At the table are, from left, Eros, Eva Erickson, Jennifer Carlson and Elijah Blanton. (By Megan Bachman)

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