WYSO is a radio station that began broadcasting in 1958, student-run and stationed on the Antioch College campus, with only 19 watts of power, and only broadcasted four hours a day. Now community based, with 50,000 watts and broadcasting 24/7, WYSO is the only NPR News
“Absurd times call for absurd amounts of love.” - Brad Montague
Last week I received my first dose of the COVID-19 vaccine because I am working for the Yellow Springs High School on my winter co-op. All my life I have had an irrational fear of
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.
For my third co-op adventure I found myself happily back at OHLA in my Digital Archivist position. During Winter quarter 2017 I had the opportunity to work with OHLA and Brooke for the first time, and during my Summer quarter, found my love of the
In the winter of 2017, I struggled with my individual learning processes and how their facets intersected with others around me and the institution that I'm in. As a response to that, I worked through the spring to put together a self-designed co-op that effectively
For my second co-op, I am working at the Oral History in the Liberal Arts (OHLA) as the Digital Archives Coordinator. OHLA is a collaboration of students and faculty that are part of the Great Lakes Colleges Association (GLCA) who want to keep oral history