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Higher Education Section :: Page 18
When Karen Schuster Webb became president of Antioch University Midwest in January, she had been here for less than two months. But she had a pretty good idea what she was getting into.
Antioch University Midwest will host an open house event tomorrow, March 14, where the community can meet the school’s new president.
Yellow Springs Arts Council has represented artists in the village for many decades. But who exactly are these artists and how many of them are there?
In his first few weeks on the job, new Antioch Director of Communications Dan Doron has been impressed with the quality of students at Antioch, whom he plans to help with media training.
The early careers of two Antioch College students were launched by their Miller Fellowships, during which they worked at local nonprofit organizations. In the program’s third year, 16 Antioch students are working 10 hours per week at one of 11 nonprofits.
Columbus resident Kwensi Kambon urged attendees at a Martin Luther King Jr. Day panel session this week at Antioch College to “deputize themselves” and fight against racial inequality and discrimination.
The Antioch College Board of Trustees come to Yellow Springs this weekend, when the community is invited to several public events to hear about how the college is doing.
When Antioch College asked Village Council last spring to allow a limited number of small and large farm animals on the part of its campus known as “the golf course,” many of the college’s neighbors were surprised and upset they had not been informed of the plans earlier.
In the wake of a chemical spill in W.Va., Antioch College students organized a water drive on campus last week.
After three years of hard work on a self evaluation, Antioch University received news last week that it is fully reaccredited with the Higher Learning Commission of the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools.