Nonstop Opening Snapshots

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:

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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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Nic Viox and Lauren Soldano

This space and this event are wonderful. Nonstop should grow.  This is the perfect business for the village: life-enhancing, non-polluting and revenue-generating.
-Brad Myers, Yellow Springs resident.

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Community Managers, Chelsea Martens and Meghan Pergrem cut the Nonstop cakes while Joseph Minde-Berman looks on

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I’m blown away!  What a beautiful, festive event!
-Neenah Ellis, new WYSO general manager.

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Taken from the staircase to the CG loft

It’s wonderful to see the Yellow Springs community here.
-Joan Meadows, Nonstop communication coordinator.

Micheal Casselli, designer of the Campus North place

A spectacular show of frugality and entrepreneurship. Very Antiochian, very green.
-Sam Eckenrode (1983), village resident.

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Chris Hill, Executive Collective member, and Dianne Chiddister, YS News reporter

“The most Antiochian moment I’ve had in several decades, bringing together community and learners and teachers and staff in that wonderful community space to celebrate the hard work, creativity and accomplishment of all those associated with Nonstop. We need to remember what’s been accomplished and hang on to the glow of this success. It’s too precious to be washed away.”
-Bob Devine (1967), Nonstop faculty, looking back after the unfortunate flooding of Main Building and the temporary eviction of the community from Campus North

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