To be perfectly honest, I'm not sure I can tell you what makes an optical filter a 'sputtered optical filter', but here at Chroma, that's what we do. An optic filter is a flat piece of glass that is coated in order to filter out
It's Lee here, coming from the Antioch college farm. I have spent all spring tending to our beloved kale-- and more! I have immersed myself in the growing experience here at Antioch digging around in beds of chard, rows galore of potatoes, and every bed
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Ramone Ritzhaupt, Class of 2020, is completing their first co-op as the theater production assistant at Antioch's very own Foundry Theater. Their responsibilities on the job include but are certainly not limited to organizing the space, caring for the
Lamps, Clamps, and Painting - What's It Like Working as a Theater Tech
The Foundry Theater at Antioch College is an old brick building adjacent to the farm and right on the outskirts of campus. It's a quiet place without many visitors, save the occasional Yellow
Antioch College Professor Kim Landsbergen was recently quoted in American Geophysical Union journal Earth & Space Science News (Eos) on Trump's proposed budget, and cuts to the National Science Foundation (NSF). An excerpt follows, or click here to read the full article "Trump Budget Would Set National Science
Corine Tachtiris is a professor of literature here at Antioch College. She holds an MFA in Literary Translation from the University of Iowa, and works to engage students in topics surrounding translation. This quarter, she held a translation workshop in conjunction with the Lit Wits
Ben Zitsman, Class of 2020, is working as a co-op student in the Office of Admissions here at Antioch College. Initially, he took on various administrative and communicative tasks, including sending out some communications for the Office of Admissions. His position, however, has quickly grown
Antioch College’s Biomedical Science program offers students opportunities to experience the discipline up close, enhancing learning through resources like the College's Human Tissue Library and coordinated visits with area professionals. Dr. Jeff Romig, Visiting Assistant Professor of Human Physiology, recently provided his Spring 2017 BIO
My days in the heart of Georgia, surrounded by thirty acres of breathtaking gardens, consist of feeding turtles and frogs, watering plants, creating entire walls of ferns, planting hundreds of plants, taking notes on the constant flow of Latin names, learning about each individual plant's
Mia Bates, Class of 2020, is currently completing her co-op quarter at the Antioch School, here in Yellow Springs, Ohio. She is a Miller Fellow for the school, and she works with children ranging from kindergarten age to sixth grade.
In her blog, Mia writes about