Mark Brimmeier at Young’s Jersey Dairy in Yellow Springs, Ohio

PlayPlay

Antioch College’s Cooperative Education program sends students boldly into the world through the Ohio Agrarian Trade (OAT) Partnership supported by the Ohio Means Internships and Co-ops (OMIC) program of the Ohio Board of Regents. The OAT program helps students connect knowledge learned in the classroom to an immersive full-time work or research experience in Ohio’s burgeoning food production industries— a rich experiential education positioning students to bolster Ohio’s economic development.

Posted in Education, http://gdata.youtube.com/schemas/2007#video | Comments Off

Antioch Students Reflect on Freedom Summer 50 Conference

Comments Off

Antioch College Brings Response To Call In Performance

PlayPlay

Gabrielle Civil, Associate Professor of Performance at Antioch College, came to WYSO today to talk about the second part of the Call and Response event, or dynamic of black women and performance. In July seven black women artists, each with a different relationship to the words black, women, and performance, came to Antioch to develop a call to the community; a prompt to make art in a different way. The call that they came up with is to conduct experiments in joy.

Comments Off

Antioch College’s Foundry Theater Poised For A Comeback

PlayPlay

Comments Off

Antioch College, Yellow Springs Residents Differ On Approaches To Campus Farm, Solar Array

PlayPlay

Today we begin a series of stories by WYSO Community Voices producers from the class of 2014. Our first story takes place in Yellow Springs, where Antioch College is creating an on-campus farm and building a solar array . The liberal arts college has a goal to create sustainable ways of living, but some villagers are unhappy with plans for the development of 35 acres on the south end of the campus. Antioch College student and Community Voices producer Wyatt Souers has the story.

Comments Off