ONE MORGAN PLACE :: Community Bulletin

VOLUME 2, ISSUE 22  |  March 4, 2013  

IN THIS ISSUE:  Antioch College welcomes Valerie Webster and Jim Woehrle  ::  Community Meeting is Tuesday, March 5  ::  Farm looking for assistance over spring break  ::  FOUND Magazine editors to visit Voice and Speech class  ::  Opening of Appetite: An American Pastime  ::  Antioch College presents Antistoch  ::  Antioch Community Kitchen Survey  ::  YS Arts Council announces The Crucible  ::  Self-Study Theme Contest ENDS TODAY  ::  Antioch College Menu and Dining Hall information  ::  Upcoming events

Don’t miss Davy and Peter Rothbart, the editors of FOUND Magazine, in Louise Smith’s Voice & Speech class for a workshop on Friday, March 8, at 2:30 p.m. in the Glen Building. Then, don’t miss their talk/event that evening at 8:00 p.m. in the South Gym.

Don’t miss Davy and Peter Rothbart, the editors of FOUND Magazine, in Louise Smith’s Voice & Speech class for a workshop on Friday, March 8, at 2:30 p.m. in the Glen Building. Then, don’t miss their talk/event that evening at 8:00 p.m. in the South Gym.

:: Antioch College welcomes Valerie Webster and Jim Woehrle

Please welcome Valerie Webster as our new Vice President for Administration and Finance. Valerie will report to the president and will serve as the lead for the College for all financial business and operations activities. She will establish a collaborative budget process for the College as well as the process of creating a model for the College to be able to sustain itself economically over time. Valerie will play a critical lead role in the work of the College gaining its accreditation. Valerie is located in McGregor 252 in the President’s Office and is replacing Scott Frasure who resigned as Vice President of Finance.

Another new team member today is Jim Woehrle. Jim is the Institutional Research Coordinator and has a duel reporting structure with the Vice President for Academic Affairs and the Director of Institutional Effectiveness. Jim will compile, analyze, and report College data related to student success, academic and institutional assessment, self-study and accreditation, grant writing, and regular surveys including teaching and advising evaluations. Jim will also spearhead data collection and analysis efforts, create and maintain an inventory of institutional data and manage the dissemination of data and information throughout appropriate departments. Jim is temporarily located in McGregor 146.

Welcome Valerie and Jim!

:: Community Meeting is Tuesday, March 5

Don’t forget! Community Meeting is this Tuesday, March 5. At this assembly of Community Meeting, we will discuss Antioch College’s food policy, the newly announced Antistoch: An Antioch College Benefit for WYSO, and the editors of FOUND Magazine coming to campus.

:: Farm looking for assistance over spring break

Want to chill with the chickens over spring break? The Antioch Farm is looking for two students to provide farm assistance 10 hours/week in exchange for housing in Case Commons from 3/23 to 4/6. Partial stays will be considered. Tasks include chicken and duck care, watering starts, greenhouse & plant care, and spring preparations. Students must be in good standing with community life, be responsible and like chickens. No experience necessary. Contact Kat Christen for more details at (937) 477-8654 or

:: FOUND Magazine editors to visit Voice and Speech class

On Friday, March 8, Peter and Davey Rothbart, editors of FOUND Magazine will be visiting Louise Smith’s Voice and Speech class and doing a workshop. All are welcome to attend, 2:30-3:45 p.m. in the Glen Building.

:: Opening of Appetite: An American Pastime

The Herndon Gallery is pleased to announce the opening of Appetite: An American Pastime. The exhibition explores the following questions: What are the defining attributes of the American appetite and how do they appear in the landscape of contemporary culture? How have the desires of a quintessentially American outlook imprinted the global structure and what impact does it have on those who expect to freely participate within it?

The opening reception for Appetite: An American Pastimeis Saturday, March 16, from 7:00 to 9:00 p.m. and the exhibition will continue through May 24.

This project is a curatorial collaboration between local installation and multimedia artist Michael Casselli, artists Eric Dyer and Maggie Hoffman, Raul Vincent Enriquez, Stefanie Koseff, and political/cultural theorist, Kurt Miyazaki.

Casselli, in his interest to create a more democratic model of curation, initiated the concept (APPETITE), and created visual structure (HOME) for his invited participants. It is an experiment through which the interior of the Herndon Gallery is radically transformed, and each participating artist has been given an interior “room” in which they stage their responses to the concept of “Appetite.” This physical/conceptual structure made possible the exchange of ideas between the participants and Casselli that were instrumental in creating the original work which will be presented within the reconfigured gallery space.

:: Antioch College presents Antistoch

Join us for a night of celebration of community, radio, and local musical talent at “Antistoch”! Antioch College’s Community Council is proud to announce that its first annual benefit concert will be for 91.3 WYSO, in honor of their 55th birthday. The night’s performances are to include balladeer Della Jerkan, the Gin Soaked Angels quartet, untried No Tribe and the Nobody People, sonic texturizers Speaking Suns, pop rock ‘n’ rollers Sport Fishing U.S.A., and an acoustic iteration of local heroes Wheels. Music starts at 8:00 p.m. on Saturday, March 16, at the Glen Building, 405/505 Corry Street. $5 at the door. All proceeds go to WYSO.

:: Antioch Community Kitchen Survey

The following survey is being sent on behalf of students taking the Global Seminar.

Antioch Community Kitchen Survey

This survey is a Yellow Springs-wide survey to determine the relative importance of various services to potentially be provided by the Antioch Community Kitchen to the Yellow Springs Community as a whole.

Please indicate the importance of the following services to you, with 1 being very important and 7 being the least important.

Complete the survey by clicking HERE.

:: YS Arts Council announces The Crucible

Yellow Springs Center Stage proudly presents Arthur Miller’s “timeless” tale, The Crucible on March 8, 9, 15 and 16, at 8:00 p.m. Written as a response to McCarthyism, Miller’s story tells the harrowing but still resonant tale of the Salem Witch Trials. The play is considered part of the bedrock of American theater, and Center Stage is excited to bring its vision to local and regional audiences in the unique setting of the First Presbyterian Church of Yellow Springs.

Tickets are $10 at the door. Advance reservations are not available and seating is limited. Doors open at 7:00 p.m. with audience members encouraged to arrive early to enjoy live ‘mood-setting’ music before the curtain rises. The Crucible is produced by Kay Reimers, on behalf of Center Stage, and directed by Lorrie Sparrow. This production features Brendan Sheehan, Kayla Graham, Ellen Ballerene, Aaron Saari, Thor Sage and Rob Campbell.

Founded in 1971, Center Stage is the community theater of Yellow Springs, Ohio. Center Stage is proud to produce both classic and new works in the creative community of Yellow Springs. Upcoming auditions for Center Stage’s next production, The Women (written by Clare Boothe Luce and directed by Rob Campbell), will be mid-March. For upcoming events, visit the Yellow Springs Center Stage Facebook page.

:: Self-Study Theme Contest ENDS TODAY

Students, staff and faculty:

Today is the last day to enter the self-study logo design contest. Submit your entries by midnight tonight for a chance to win a $100 gift certificate to the Winds Cafe!

The full contest rules are below:

The Self-Study Steering Committee is seeking community participation in developing a logo to represent the College’s self-study theme: We think. We can. The logo may be used online, in print, and on merchandise. Flexibility is a key requirement, including the need to resize easily and to look good in black and white as well as color. The final version of the logo will need to be suitable for high-quality printing. One grand prize winner will be selected and will receive a $100 gift certificate to the Winds Café. Two runners-up will each receive a $25 gift certificate to the Winds Café.


Though open to interpretation, many will associate the We think. We can. theme with the popular children’s book, The Little Engine That Could. The story of the little engine has been told and retold many times. The underlying theme is the same — a stranded train is unable to find an engine willing to take it over difficult terrain to its destination. Only the little blue engine is willing to try and, while repeating the mantra “I think I can, I think I can,” overcomes a seemingly impossible task. The theme embodies optimism and hard work—both critical to our success in the self-study process. It also lends itself well for use after our successful site visit by adding a resounding, We DID!


February 11 Contest opens (announced in One Morgan Place)

February 19 Announce contest at Community Meeting

March 4 Entries due by 11:59 p.m. EST

March 5 Entries displayed and voted on during Community Meeting

March 6 Winner selected by Self-Study Steering Committee

March 19 Winning logo unveiled during Community Meeting


The contest is open to all current students, faculty and staff of Antioch College. The Self-Study Steering Committee may also invite designs from external designers/design agencies but those entries are not eligible to win prizes. No more than five designs may be submitted per person.


Entries must be submitted by e-mail to with “We think. We can.” in the subject line.

  1. Submit hi-resolution JPEG, GIF, PDF or EPS files. Please note that a scalable vector format (EPS) is preferred.
  2. Include a description or explanation of the symbolism of the logo and/or designer’s intent.
  3. Entries must conform to the design guidelines described below. Entries which fail to do so will be rejected.
  4. The deadline for entries is 11:59 p.m. EST on March 4, 2013.
  5. We will attempt to acknowledge all entries within one week of receipt; however, we cannot be responsible for entries or responses lost in e-mail.
  6. All entries will become the sole property of Antioch College and may be displayed publicly on the Antioch College campus and/or website(s).


Your designs should:

  • Incorporate the words “We think. We can.”
  • Aesthetically suggest the idea of institutional self-study. (For information about accreditation and the self-study process, visit
  • Be modern, simple, smart, recognizable and memorable.
  • NOT use the Antioch College logo in whole or in part. .
  • Work both in color and black and white.
  • Be adaptable to different scales and uses (e.g. webpages, e-mails, posters, projected image, etc.)
  • Be original in concept, design, and execution and may not violate any U.S. copyright laws. (Any entry that has been copied from an existing design, painting, graphic, advertisement, or any other work produced by another person is a violation of the contest rules and will not be accepted. We reserve the right to exclude any design, at any time, if we suspect plagiarism).

The winning design becomes the sole property of Antioch College for its permanent and exclusive use. Antioch College reserves the right to modify designs as appropriate.


  1. Entries will be displayed at the March 5, 2013 Community Meeting in McGregor 118. Faculty, staff and students will be asked to vote for their favorite designs during the meeting.
  2. The Self-Study Steering Committee will meet March 6, 2013 to select the winning design. Although community feedback will be taken into consideration, the Steering Committee will make the final determination.
  3. The Self-Study Steering Committee will be the final judge for all content. Anything deemed inappropriate will be disqualified.
  4. The winning logo will be unveiled during the March 19, 2013 Community Meeting.
  5. The grand prize will be awarded to the winning entrant unless the winning entrant is a member of the Self-Study Steering Committee or an external designer or design agency. Self-Study Steering Committee members may submit entries which are eligible to be selected as the winning logo, but those entries are not eligible to win a prize.
  6. The Self-Study Steering Committee reserves the right to use at minimum only the basic idea of the design or design sketch for the logo; some modifications to the original may be required, including reformatting or redrawing the original design.
  7. The Self-Study Steering Committee reserves the right not to select a winner if, in its sole discretion, no suitable entries are received.


The winning designer will receive:

  1. A $100 gift certificate to the Winds Café.
  2. A complimentary t-shirt and other memorabilia featuring the logo.

Two runners-up will receive:

  1. A $25 gift certificate to the Winds Café.
  2. A complimentary t-shirt and other memorabilia featuring the logo

In consideration for the prize money received, the winner agrees to transfer all applicable intellectual property considerations to Antioch College.


The competition is being managed and organized by the Antioch College Self-Study Steering Committee. For more information, contact Self-Study Coordinator Jennifer Jolls at

:: Antioch College Menu and Dining Hall information

The North Hall Dining Room opens at 12:00 p.m. and we serve until lunch until 1:30 p.m., Monday through Friday. We ask that faculty, staff, and visitors offer $5.00, paid via the “honor system,” to a deposit safe located near the front entrance of the dining room. We also ask that shoes and shirts be worn in the dinning room at all times and that food not be taken “to-go” unless you are unable to join us for a meal during the established meal time. Thank you!


March 4-10


Breakfast: Cheese Omelets, Potatoes, Fruit

Lunch: Beef Barley Soup, Buffalo Chicken Wrap, Buffalo Tofu Wrap, Two-Potato Salad

Dinner: Beef Curry, Spicy Tempeh with Almonds, Basmati w/ Cinnamon & Cumin, Roasted Broccoli


Breakfast: Egg & Cheese or Bacon Egg & Cheese on English Muffins, Potatoes, Fruit

Lunch: Tuscan White Bean Soup, Italian Subs, Veggie Italian Subs, Rapini with garlic, Caesar Salad

Dinner: Taco Tuesday: Refried Beans, Herbed Rice, Guacamole, Salsa and Sour Cream


Breakfast: Scrambled Eggs, Potatoes, Fruit

Lunch: Carrot Soup, Grilled Turkey and Cheddar Sandwich w/Cranberry Mayo, Grilled Spinach and Cheddar Sandwich, Pasta Salad

Dinner: Sustainably Caught Fish, Wasabi Mashed Potatoes, Veggies


Breakfast: Veggie Scramble, Bacon, Tofu Scramble, Vegan Pastry

Lunch: Corn Chowder, Greek Salad, Roasted Corn & Black Bean Salad, Spinach Salad, House-Made Breads

Dinner: Roast Chicken, Corn Bread Stuffing, Blackened Tofu, Coconut Rice, Veggies


Breakfast: Fried Eggs, Potatoes, Fruit

Lunch: Breakfast for Lunch: Roasted Pepper & Mozzarella Fritatta, Anderson Farm Sausage, Potato Pancakes, Fresh Fruit Compote

Dinner: Beef Stew with Green Chiles, Veggie Singapore Curry, Rice


Breakfast: Brunch

Lunch: Brunch

Dinner: Pasta and Meatballs, Pasta and Veggie Balls, Greens


Breakfast: Brunch

Lunch: Brunch

Dinner: Pizza Night

:: Upcoming events

Tuesday, March 5
Community Meeting
1:00-2:45 p.m. McGregor 113

Tuesday, March 5
World House Choir Rehearsal
7:00–8:30 p.m. CSKC

Wednesday, March 6
Acoustic Jam Night
8:00 p.m. CSKC

Friday, March 8
FOUND Magazine editors visit Voice and Speech class
2:30 Glen Building

Friday, March 8
FOUND Magazine editors event
8:00 p.m. South Gym
Satrurday, March 9
UD Speaker Series: Nicholas Kristof
1:00–3:00 p.m. University of Dayton

Monday, March 11
Diversity Group Meeting
11:00 a.m. OK Library

Tuesday, March 12
Community Council Meeting
1:00–3:00 p.m. McGregor 113

Tuesday, March 12
Hall Meeting: 3rd and 4th floors
9:00–10:00 p.m. Contact your ARAs for details.

Wednesday, March 13
Foreign Language Film Series: Seven Dwarfs
7:30 p.m. McGregor 113

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