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Higher Education Section

  • Antioch Midwest lauded for transfer pathways

    Antioch University Midwest has been named to the 2018 Phi Theta Kappa Transfer Honor Roll, which identifies the top four-year colleges and universities creating dynamic pathways to support transfer students.

  • Antioch College— Major budget effort begins

    A major budget overhaul with potentially far-reaching consequences is underway at Antioch College.

  • Making science fun, gender-friendly

    Antioch College chemistry professor Joseph Lennox watches his students experiment with color mixing in preparation for Science Saturdays, a new series of free science classes taught by Antioch students for local children and teens. From left are Lennox, Leandre Niyokwizera, Julia Dwight and Valerie Benedict. (Photo by Megan Bachman)

    Science Saturdays are once-a-month explorations in chemistry, biology and physics taught by Antioch College students for children and teens ages 5 to 18. The first session is Jan. 27.

  • 2017 year in review: higher education in the Village

    Antioch College’s new class gathered on the steps of Main Hall this week for their first group photo. Twenty-eight strong (most of whom appear above), the class is notably diverse. They hail from 10 states, have varied interests and almost half are students of color. (Photo by Audrey Hackett)

    2017 year in review: higher education in the Village

  • ‘One man, one hand’ at Antioch

    First-year Antioch College student Aaron Westbrook is the founder and CEO of Form5 Prosthetics, a company that makes prosthetic limbs, like the one he’s wearing, from recycled plastic. Westbrook is pictured in his lab space at Antioch with some of the plastic he collected from the local community during a recent plastics drive. (Photo by Audrey Hackett)

    Enter Aaron Westbrook’s lab at Antioch College, and the first thing you’ll see is a table full of arms and hands.

  • Vegan chef Clara Polito to host pop-up dinner at Antioch

    Linguine with butternut ricotta sauce and mushroom bolognese; one of the menu items that will be featured at the pop-up dinner hosted by vegan chef Clara Polito on Saturday, Dec. 10 at the Foundry Theater's experimental theater.

    Vegan chef and author Clara Polito will present a pop-up vegan dinner at Antioch College on Saturday, Dec. 9, 7–10 p.m., in the Foundry Theater’s experimental theater space.

  • New Antioch class small but diverse

    Antioch College’s new class gathered on the steps of Main Hall this week for their first group photo. Twenty-eight strong (most of whom appear above), the class is notably diverse. They hail from 10 states, have varied interests and almost half are students of color. (Photo by Audrey Hackett)

    Rafael Flores said he felt comfortable leaving his son at Antioch — except for one thing. “I don’t want to leave. I want to come here,” he said, smiling.

  • BLOG–“Refugee 101” and “Muslim Community Voices” offerings by the BCP

    As the current administration continues to threaten immigrants, refugees, and Muslims, let us be proactive in our resistance. You can help by simply taking surveys, attending events, and participating in conversations aimed at future action.

  • Community potluck to celebrate Antioch College Founders’ Day

    A community potluck to bring together residents of Yellow Springs and the surrounding area with students, faculty, and staff is being held on Tuesday, Oct. 10, 5–8:30 p.m. at Antioch College.

  • Village Council— Town-gown ties strong

    Antioch College President Tom Manley praised the way the college and Yellow Springs, both “extraordinary places,” support one other.

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