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Photo caption: Antioch College President Mark Roosevelt announced the candidacy status news during his annual State of the College address to more than 350 alumni, friends and residents of Yellow Springs on Saturday night during the College's 2014 alumni reunion. Photo by Dennie Eagleson

 

Big News is coming...

In the coming weeks, we anticipate some very big, very exciting, very game-changing news. Stay tuned for more information and learn why you’ll want to celebrate with us. 
 
Then, plan to join President Mark Roosevelt for our biggest conference call ever hosted on July 22, 2014 at 8:00 p.m. EST. If you're an alum or friend of the College, we’ll call you at the number we have on file. 
 
Don't have a phone number on file with us? Update your information at our website: alumni.antiochcollege.org/login/register

YELLOW SPRINGS, Ohio—May 19, 2014— The Herndon Gallery at Antioch College is pleased to announce the upcoming exhibition Unpacking the Archives: Frameworks for Change—Activate Now!  The exhibition will open on June 3 and will run through August 15, 2014.  This exhibition, co-curated by Dennie Eagleson, creative director of the Herndon Gallery, and Raewyn Martyn, visiting professor of visual arts, is a collaborative exhibit gathering stories and images of change-making from Antioch College students, alumni, staff, and faculty.

Morris T. Keeton, former Acting President of Antioch College. Image courtesy of Antiochiana Morris Keeton, long-time faculty member, chief academic officer, and acting president at Antioch College died in Greensboro, N.C., on April 9, 2014. He was 97. 

Keeton served on the faculty of Antioch College from 1947 to 1977, serving as its chief academic officer from 1963 to 1977.

YELLOW SPRINGS, OHIO—May 2, 2014— Antioch College and the Herndon Gallery will be hosting a series of events, May 9-11, 2014, in connection to its current exhibition, Living as Form (The Nomadic Version). Originally produced in 2011 for Creative Time in New York City under the curation of Nato Thompson, Living as Form seeks to draw a through-line between the “critical mass” of activism that emerged in the 21st century with the concurrent turn toward the social in contemporary art.

Yellow Springs, OH | April 15, 2014—Antioch College President Mark Roosevelt today announced a strategic reorganization of the senior leadership team—a move that reduces his direct reports and brings together key job functions for increased synergy and efficiency. 

YELLOW SPRINGS, Ohio—April 9, 2014—In participation with Dr. Carol Logan Patitu, a Professor of Leadership Studies in Education and Organizations at Wright State University, key leaders from Antioch College took part in a panel with twenty graduate students to discuss the challenges the college faced as it reopened after a fiscal crisis, and its plans for continuing to build financial health for the future. The event was developed as part of the students' course in Finance and Budget Management.

YELLOW SPRINGS, Ohio—April 8, 2014—Antioch College is pleased to host Anne Noble, New Zealand photographer, educator and researcher, during the week of April 14.  Noble is currently working at Columbia College in Chicago as a Fulbright Scholar on a series of projects that explore the symbiotic relationship between people and bees.  She will be making a presentation on Wednesday, April 16 at 7:30 p.m. in McGregor Hall, room 113 on the Antioch campus. 

Yellow Springs, OH | April 2, 2014—President Mark Roosevelt announced today that Hassan Rahmanian, who has served as the College’s vice president for academic affairs since 2011, is taking on a new role in advancing Antioch College—one that will help the College deliver on its promise to prepare a new generation of Antiochians to make a positive contribution in the world.

YELLOW SPRINGS, OHIO—March 24, 2014—Antioch College and the Herndon Gallery are pleased to announce the opening of Living as Form (The Nomadic Version) on April 18, 2014, at the Herndon Gallery at Antioch College in Yellow Springs, Ohio.

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