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Question of the Week

Monday, February 16, 2009

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If any building on Antioch College campus was yours to manage (or neglect), which building would it be and what would you do with it? Jeanne Kay: I would transform Spalt into an internationally renowned medical center to study and extract the properties and virtues of toxic mold. Tim Noble: Norment. I’d rebuild it. It […]

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Introducing: Spring 2009 IGs and Community Centers

Monday, February 16, 2009

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Queer Center Coordinator: Nic Viox The queer center is a group is open to anyone who self-identifies as a queer. I hope to have a few events this term, including [but not limited to]: movie screenings, a musical guest, and Genderfuck! More information will be forthcoming as events begin to take shape. SANE (Students for […]

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Nonstop Opening Snapshots

Monday, February 16, 2009

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About 200 Yellow Springs residents, Nonstop community members and Antioch College alumni celebrated the official opening of newly renovated Campus North in Millworks on February 6. Some comments from attendees: Its homey and nice. A template for a student union and a great piece of performance art. -Steven Duffy (1977), alumni associate, College Revival Fund. […]

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COPAS Gives Community Intentional Focus

Monday, February 16, 2009

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“We say that our curriculum is built on the 3 C’s: classroom, co-op & community but the only two that [were] institutionally recognized [were] classroom and co-op”, said Community Manager Chelsea Martens. COPAS (Community Organization, Participation and Service) is a mandatory class that gives students credit and support for community involvement. Through the framework of […]

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Main Building Floods, Community Protests

Sunday, February 15, 2009

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On Saturday, February 7, a passerby noticed that Main Building was flooding and raining from inside. It is not certain at this point if the source of the leak was caused by water pipes freezing and bursting open after thawing, or if the pipes were simply old and rusty, although it is more likely the […]

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