I am spending four months in Oaxaca, Mexico, working at school named Paz Montessori. Paz is a dual language elementary school that follows the Montessori method, and has a focus in Peace Education. The school is in Guadalupe Victoria, a beautiful mountainous rural area outside the city of
Developing platforms and holding space is something that is very important to me. I know first hand what not having a voice feels like. Since being at Antioch, I decided to start two websites. My first website focuses on stories of incarceration and reintegration.
My second website focuses on life
It's 2019, I'm in my fourth year at Antioch College and I'm on my fifth co-op in Buenos Aires Argentina working with the mujeres from Mujeres De Artes Tomar.
These women organize to empower women as well as feminine people through art and activism or
My second co-op was one of the most important experiences in my pre-veterinary career. I had the opportunity to travel to Puerto Rico and work with the Sato Project, an organization that dedicates their energies to helping abused, neglected, and abandoned dogs of Puerto Rico.
What do leaves dipped in wax, seed germination, and eurythmy have in common?
I learned about it and did it at Camphill Copake!
Camphill Copake is an Intentional Community in upstate New York that serves adults with special needs. They are called Villagers, as this village is their
CW: sexual assault
The Blue Bench strives to one day live in a world without sexual assault and its repercussions. Its name, The Blue Bench, represents Blue for sexual assault awareness month, April, and Bench as a public place to break the silence on this issue.
My past co-op was a self-designed project that involved me working with my sister to create different art pieces to sell online and at the Yellow Springs Street Festival in early June. She had decided to start her own small art business due to her
Oral History in the Liberal Arts is a project that I just cannot seem to stay away from. For my fourth and final co-op of my Antioch career I have found myself seated back at OHLA alongside Brooke Bryan, OHLA co-director and my classmate Mari.
[caption id="attachment_10567" align="alignleft" width="300"] Home, sweet Homer.[/caption]
I arrived in Homer, Alaska two weeks early for the summer quarter. Knowing that the quarter would only last five and a half weeks (07/08 - 08/14), I decided to be proactive and make the most of my time
I am interning at Buen Dia Family School in San Francisco, California. Buen Dia is a preschool that is primarily art-based with a Spanish language component. Their educational approach is more so about the process of learning rather than the final product. For example,what the