It’s six in the morning and your alarm is going off. You reach past the glass of water you sat on your night stand last night and stop the assaulting noise. You begrudgingly drag yourself out of the bed and go to use the restroom.
In the summer of 2011, between my sophomore and junior years of high school, I went on a mini-road trip with my family, along the West Coast. This was primarily focused on seeing the more tourist friendly cities, such as San Diego and San Francisco;
I am currently working as an assistant land manager at the Glen Helen Nature Preserve. The Glen is a 1,070-acre expanse of land that was donated to Antioch College by Hugh Taylor Birch. Dedicated to the preservation of nature, the Glen was named after Mr. Birch’s
I remember the first day I walked into 20 cooper square. I was worried that I was going to be late; I wanted to make a good impression on my first day as an Arts in Action fellow on April 17th, 2017. Though I am not
With the support of the Arts Alumni of Antioch College (AAAC), current Antioch students have had the opportunity to co-op at The Kitchen Contemporary Art Center in New York City. Forest Humphrey '15, Eric Rhodes '16, Cristian Perez-Lopez '17, and Todd Ennis '18 have formed