Antioch College

The Foundry Theater has been an important part of the Antioch and Yellow Springs since its inception in 1956. Unfortunately the theater was closed when Antioch reopened. However, after beginning construction in July of 2013 phase one of renovations have recently been completed, and the theater is now once again able to host public events. WYSO Miller Fellow Wyatt Souers talked with soon to be Associate Professor of Performance Louise Smith, class of 2017 Antioch student Hannah Craig, and Associate Professor of Performance Gabriele Civil about this exciting development.

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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.

Andrew Goodman was a young man from New York who went to Mississippi during the summer of 1964 to participate in the civil rights struggles that were taking place then in the South. Shortly after he arrived he vanished. Andrew and two other civil rights workers had been taken by members of the Ku Klux Klan and brutally murdered. Their bodies were found some time later.

Antioch College's Speech and Debate Club Soars

Jun 28, 2014

The Antioch College Speech and Debate Club has made many accomplishments since it was created in 2012. Wyatt Souers talked to Admissions Director, and one of the founders of the group, Micah Canal, as well debate team member Amelia Gonzalez '17 and founding debate team member Sarah Goldstein '16. Listen in to hear all about how the club prepares for tournaments, their outstanding accomplishments, and how they went out to achieve so much in such a short amount of time.

Evie Ladin and Keith Terry Live on Excursions

Jun 19, 2014

Musician, dancer, singer, and songwriter Evie Ladin came by the WYSO studios with percussionist, dancer, and educator Keith Terry, who specializes in body percussion. Evie and Keith talk about how they first met at Antioch College, Keith’s unique music style, Evie’s previous experience as a dancer with Rhythm in Shoes, as well as their June 18th performance at the Glen Helen building here in Yellow Springs. Tune in to hear all of this plus four fantastic songs performed by Evie and Terry just for us.

Antioch College celebrated the news this weekend that the school is on the fast track to accreditation. The college was closed in 2008 by the board of trustees of Antioch University, and it reopened three years ago as a separate entity, driven (and funded) primarily by alumni who couldn’t stand to see the 162-year-old institution disappear.

Roosevelt Reads: May 2014

May 20, 2014

Roosevelt Reads is a monthly column in Antioch College's online publication, The Independent

Tapping Into A Campus Resource For Maple Syrup

May 12, 2014

The Antioch College campus is rich with maple trees. This year, Antioch College decided to take advantage of their resource and tap the trees on campus for sap to make maple syrup. Wyatt Souers talked to the Antioch College Farm Manager Kat Christians, who started the project, the farmers who are helping us with the tapping, and finally the Antioch College Food Service Coordinator Isaac Delematre. Tune in to hear all about how the syrup was made and why this project was important to Antioch.

Roosevelt Reads: April 2014

Apr 17, 2014

Roosevelt Reads is a monthly column in Antioch College's online publication, The Independent

There are some things you have to look away from if you are going to make it through the day and stay sane. The human population explosion and the extinction crisis among other species is such a topic for me, although I have not stopped reading about it. I recently finished Stephen Meyer’s The End of the Wild and Elizabeth Kolbert’s The Sixth Extinction. But I am not ready to write about it.

Zeb Reichert

Public broadcasting stations like WYSO have large libraries of stories that aired years ago, but often that audio can't be accessed because the archives are on tape, a format most stations aren't using regularly. The Corporation for Public Broadcasting, in cooperation with WGBH Boston and the Library of Congress, decided that it was time to bridge that technological gap.

Zeb Reichert spoke with Karen Cariani of WGBH and Neenah Ellis of WYSO to learn more about this national undertaking known as the American Archive project

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