Antioch College

Music
1:54 pm
Fri October 12, 2012

David Wilcox Live on Excursions

David Wilcox
Rhys Albrecht

Singer-songwriter David Wilcox has a long history with Yellow Springs and WYSO, having attended Antioch College.  He returns to the area ahead of a performance in Springfield to lend support to WYSO's Fall Membership Drive, sharing songs and stories with Niki Dakota.

David Wilcox will perform with Susan Werner on Friday, October 12th at Kuss Auditorium in Springfield.

Books
10:04 pm
Wed February 8, 2012

Book Nook: Lord of Misrule, by Jaimy Gordon (Part 2 of 2)

Jaimy Gordon's novel "Lord of Misrule" won the National Book Award in 2010. Gordon is a 1966 graduate of Antioch College in Yellow Springs, Ohio. In this second segment of our two part interview Gordon reads from a
novel she published in 1990 that was inspired by her time in Yellow Springs. She also talks about the Antioch College professors who inspired her. And she offers listeners a glimpse of some of the themes from a novel which she is currently writing.

Books
11:49 am
Wed February 1, 2012

Book Nook: Lord of Misrule, by Jaimy Gordon (Part 1 of 2)

Jaimy Gordon's novel "Lord of Misrule" is set in 1970 at a small horse racing track in West Virginia. Gordon once worked at such a place-her book immerses readers in a lost world of language and dialect as we experience a series of claiming races and the  dramatic intrigues that are unfolding.  She has created a cast of unusual and highly memorable characters here.

Read more
Antioch College
4:27 pm
Tue January 17, 2012

Antioch College Offers Free Tuition To Students For Next Three Years

The Antioch Board of Trustees announced Tuesday that college will extend full tuition scholarships to the first four classes of students. This includes current Antioch students, and all students admitted to the college for the next three years.

Read more
Education
5:44 pm
Mon October 3, 2011

Antioch College Welcomes Students First Day Of Class After Closure

Outside the entrance of Antioch College
Steve Bognar

The first day of class begins Tuesday at Antioch College. After closing in 2008 because of financial problems, it opens to thirty five new students called the Horace Mann Fellows. This inaugural class gets free tuition, and plays an important role building on the traditions of Antioch. But as Emily McCord reports, the students also feel a responsibility to resurrect the school for a community eager to see a thriving college again.

Read more

Pages