There’s this moment when I walk into the courtroom that surrounds my body with excitement, inspiration, and fulfillment of purpose. It is a feeling that I can’t wipe off my skin because in these seconds I feel alive. I see the bench, I see the
Friends of Antioch College will be pleased to learn that Antioch Engaged, a journal of social practice and professional engagement for the Antioch community, will be receiving some much-needed attention during the 2020-2021 school year. My name is Sara Marsh and I have recently been
When I started my first year at Antioch, I wasn't expecting to be quarantined my first co-op term.
My name is Jacob Philip, and my self -designed co-op for the 2020 spring term is to illustrate a compilation of horror stories that Quinn Ritzhaupt is writing.
This winter I’ve had the opportunity to serve as the Special Projects Coordinator at Miami Township Fire-Rescue (MTFR), located in Yellow Springs. MTFR is mostly a volunteer-based department that provides “Advanced Life Support (ALS) emergency medical transportation, fire prevention and suppression, rescue services, and safety
When I began at Antioch College, I had no idea what my first co-op would be.
I went through my Fall and Winter quarters in close contact with the co-op department, knowing I didn't want to travel far, but not knowing what exactly I wanted to
Even as I sit in a makeshift office in the corner of my room, speaking with Krista Magaw from the Tecumseh Land Trust over my low quality webcam, I feel the prominent presence of their mission statement: "Protecting local farmland, water, and natural areas forever." The
For my current co-op, I decided to work with the Antioch College Prison Justice Initiative (PJI) on their Prison Justice Library project. The PJI was founded in 2014 by Dr. Emily Steinmetz along with Antioch students and other faculty, and works to uplift people impacted
As a second-year student with an interest in psychology, literature and the arts, I decided to do my co-op at The Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, a museum that encourages inquiry and to heighten public understanding and appreciation of the visual world. It's the fifth
Hi there, my name is Maria N. Ramirez and this past winter, I was an intern at The Kitchen. A non-profit, multi-disciplinary art and performance space located in the Chelsea neighborhood of Manhattan, New York City.
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Working alongside and
For my co-op in Winter 2020, I am working for the Holocaust Museum. I am working with Noemi in the Oral History department and with Marc in Oral History. Noemi's job is working with people to get a survivor's history of life and time in