Here is a quick guide to some acronyms I may use for recipes so that you are aware of what is in the food.
GF = Gluten Free
V = Vegan
SF = Soy Free
DF = Dairy Free
EF = Egg Free
MF = Meat Free
NF = Nut Free
For my last co-op at Antioch College, I chose to work at the Wild Horse Sanctuary in Shingletown, CA. As an intern I have many responsibilities here at the ranch, the most important of which is riding Player. Player is a 4 year old gelded mustang
[caption id="attachment_8909" align="alignleft" width="300"] Phoenix on Mount Josephine.[/caption]
"Is that a wolf?"
"These are Hedlund Huskies, actually. They come from Points Unknown, an educational sled dog adventure business in Hovland, Minnesota on the Arrowhead Trail."
This is the repeated phrase used in town when we take the dogs
For my fourth co-op, I worked at the University of Alaska in Fairbanks’ International Arctic Research Center as a part of their Research Experience for Undergraduates (REU) program. As part of an REU program, you work with a mentor on a research project which you
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For Thomas Amrhein, his first co-op location was a familiar one. Thomas had been volunteering at WYSO for the past four years. He had even taken the Community Voices class that trains individuals to "work on production commissions for
This term I have been working at the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston (BMFA) in the African and Oceanic Art Department. At the museum, I have worked on a variety of tasks and have been involved with many departments. I continue learning about working
For my first co-op term, I chose to do a self-designed co-op at the National Gay and Lesbian Chamber of Commerce in Washington, D.C. The focus of NGLCC is to get small LGBTQ+ owned businesses (LGBT Business Enterprises, LGBTBE's for short) certified with NGLCC, opening
Michael Casselli, Antioch College Assistant Professor of Sculpture and Installation, shares his talents as an arts professional throughout the region. He has partnered with the Dayton Visual Arts Center (DVAC) as guest curator and juror of Breathing Deeply, Pushing Back: An Exhibition Exploring the Artist as
This co-op I had the opportunity to stay with and work for Antioch alumni in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. I stayed with Joan Stockton, ‘65 and worked for Roger Ashodian, and spent time with many other alumni from the area - even got to attend a dinner
Katie Kalafut, Assistant Professor of Psychology at Antioch College, is a behavioral scientist engaged in conducting research outside of the classroom--some of which has recently been highlighted by the Cincinnati Zoo!
Katie has been collaborating with the Cincinnati Zoo and Botanical Garden to better understand and enhance