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The national Center for Food Safety (CFS) celebrates Antioch College in Yellow Springs, Ohio for becoming a designated neonicotinoid-free campus. This recognition comes from the BEE Protective... › MORE


Brooke Bryan Co-leads Trans-disciplinary Oral History & Digital Humanities Initiative Antioch College is proud to announce that Brooke Bryan, instructor of cooperative education, is co-... › MORE


More than $14,000 Awarded to Antioch College for Emergency Water Filtration Project This past fall, a team of students and faculty from Antioch College received a U.S. Environmental... › MORE


On Wednesday, March 16, Tom Manley and Susanne Hashim took live questions from alumni and friends at a "Fireside Chat" teleconference. Listen to a sound recording of the event here. › MORE


…A Miscellany from a Little Magazine in a Little Town in Ohio The Antioch Review proudly announces the publication of its winter 2016 issue, “‘Funny Bird Sex’ and... › MORE


A memorial service celebrating the life of Precious Jewel Graham, a longtime faculty member of Antioch College, will be held at 2 p.m. on Saturday, April 30, 2016 in the Glen... › MORE


This week, Dr. Thomas “Tom” Manley assumes the presidency of Antioch College, the historic, start-up college located in Yellow Springs, Ohio. Manley brings more than 35 years of... › MORE


Antioch College Assistant Professor of Psychology, Deanne Bell, has been accepted as a Fellow by the Higher Education Academy. She is the first faculty member to receive this distinction... › MORE


On Wednesday, February 24 at 7:00 p.m., Chief Colin Altman (Antioch '93) of Miami Township Fire-Rescue (MTFR) will swear in three Antioch College students as active volunteers, the... › MORE


Incoming Antioch College President Tom Manley attended Community Meeting while on campus on Tuesday, January 26. Manley's official first day is March 1, 2016. Click the picture below to watch the... › MORE


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