Antioch College

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3:00 pm
Sun December 14, 2014

From The Bully Pulpit to Civic Life: A Conversation Between Mark Roosevelt And Bob Taft

(from left) Bob Taft, Neenah Ellis, Mark Roosevelt, Ron Rollins, Darryl Fairchild

Antioch College President Roosevelt and former Ohio Governor Bob Taft are both the great-grandsons of American Presidents. Roosevelt's great grandfather was Theodore Roosevelt, President from 1901 to 1909. He was succeeded by William Howard Taft of Cincinnati.

The relationship between the two men is chronicled in The Bully Pulpit: Theodore Roosevelt, William Howard Taft and the Golden Age of Journalism, by Doris Kearns Goodwin, published in 2013. They two were allies; Taft served as Roosevelt’s Secretary of War, but later clashed and Roosevelt ran against Taft in 1912.

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9:30 am
Sat November 29, 2014

Blessings in Disguise: How a Focus on Sustainability Fostered Antioch College’s Rebirth

The Antioch College Farm
Credit courtesy of Antioch College

On October 25, 2014, Nick Boutis, Executive Director of the Glen Helen Ecology Institute at Antioch College delivered the following keynote address the University of Dayton's Sustainability Summit.

The gist of what I’m going to tell you over the next few minutes is that, when life gives you lemons, make a lemon meringue pie. Lemonade is fine, and all, but sometimes new challenges call for new solutions.

In the fall of 2011, after a three-year closure that many assumed was permanent, Antioch College reopened its doors to students.


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Arts & Culture
11:28 am
Mon November 17, 2014

"Freedom Summer" Activists To Be Honored

Left to right: Michael Schwerner, James Chaney, and Andrew Goodman.
Credit The Andrew Goodman Foundation

When James Chaney, Andrew Goodman and Michael Schwerner went to Mississippi in 1964 to register black voters, it’s likely they were unaware of the danger they faced.

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The Antioch Word
11:50 am
Sat November 1, 2014

Reflecting on the People's Climate March

Class of 2017 students Shannon Hart and Jane Foreman at the People’s Climate March in New York City.
Credit Olivia Minella

On September 21, Antioch Students and Faculty as well as residents from Yellow Springs took a bus to New York City to attend the People’s Climate March and show their support for taking action against global climate issues. Wyatt Souers talked to Antioch College class of 2017 students Frank Fortino, Hannah Craig, Perin Ellsworth-Heller, Sean Allen, Ian Rosenthal, and Lauren Gjessing about why they were at the March.

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Climate Change
10:55 am
Tue September 23, 2014

Climate Marchers Return Inspired, New Protests Begin

Eleanor Hicks-Green, an Antioch College student who attended the march
Credit Austin Rinebolt-Miller

A group of Antioch College students got back Monday morning from the People’s Climate March in New York City. The march was expected to be the largest and most diverse in history at over 100,000 people. Now organizers are pegging the count at at least 310,000.

Several dozen Antioch students and several hundred Ohioans had planned to attend the march on buses. Antioch students hoped to bring back new energy about fighting global climate change.

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