This summer for my final co-op I've been working at the Trailside Museum at Glen Helen. Trailside Museum is a small, museum space at the trailhead of the north Glen. It's home to three animal ambassadors - two box turtles and a black rat snake
With the support of the Arts Alumni of Antioch College (AAAC), current Antioch students Hannah Priscilla Craig '17 and Odette Chavez-Mayo '18 have had the opportunity to expand the artistic team of Creative Time, located steps away from the Brooklyn Bridge.
Ambitious in scope and demanding
I am completing my fourth co-op as a student (Miller Fellow) teacher at the Yellow Springs Community Children's Center. Their philosophy at the center is stated as, "current theory and research concerning how children learn cognitively, socially, emotionally and physically." (http://www.ysccc.org/philosophy.html) They provide structure for the
"I want to spend the summer outdoors." -Me, to Cooperative Education faculty Beth Bridgeman, circa June 2017. I got my wish.
For my final co-op at Antioch College, I am working as an intern/trainee at Heartbeat Learning Gardens, just outside of Yellow Springs, Ohio. I am
For my co-op this summer, I work with the IT department at Antioch College. I have worked in IT for a little over two years. During the past two years, I have worked with the Antioch department part time mainly handling Helpdesk tickets and troubleshooting
For my fourth and final co-op experience, I'm living and working in Osaka, Japan. I studied Japanese for three years at Antioch, and am putting my learned language and culture skills to the test. My job is working at Suisen Fukushikai, a social welfare organization,
The way we die in America has changed rapidly over the past century. It used to be that the choices Americans made at death were simple and straight forward, there was a cure or there was not. Today, however, the top three leading causes of
My co-op is at the Peace Resource Center in Wilmington, Ohio. The Center is a part of Wilmington College, a bigger-than-Antioch-but-relatively-small Quaker college. The Peace Resource Center was founded in 1975 by Barbara Reynolds, an anti-nuclear peace activist. She was married to an Antioch professor,
Today I woke up HUNGRY, so I spent some time rummaging through the cabinets to see what ingredients I already had. I found a can of tuna somewhere in the deep dark hole that is my pantry. I decided to make a tuna salad out
Sometimes when I look at recipes and see a long list of ingredients I immediately become overwhelmed, or assume that it will be too expensive. If you can relate then this recipe is dedicated to you.
My dad grew a lot of zucchini in his garden