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The Antioch Word

  • Local Host Mary Evans and Rachel Isaacson

The Antioch Word is a podcast for the Antioch College community, about Antioch College. It is written and produced by Antioch College students working at WYSO. For more information or answers to any questions contact wyso@wyso.org

 

Antioch Word Alumni Stories: Bob Peters, Class Of '66

Jan 19, 2019

During Antioch College's 2018 Reunion, alumni visited the WYSO studios and shared their stories with current Antioch students, fellow alumni, and WYSO staff members. This edition of the Antioch Word features alumnus Bob Peters, class of 1966. Bob Peters graduated Antioch College as a physics major, and has worked for NASA for the past 18 years. WYSO Miller Fellow Rachel Isaacson spoke with Bob about his interest in physics and today’s latest theories and findings in astronomy and quantum mechanics.

During Antioch College's 2018 Reunion, alumni visited the WYSO studios and shared their stories with current Antioch students, fellow alumni, and WYSO staff members. This edition of the Antioch Word features alumnus Philip Brigham, '97. WYSO Miller Fellow Rachel Isaacson spoke with Philip about his co-op experiences, how he found his interest in anthropology, the campus climate during the 90s, as well as the SOPP.

During Antioch College's 2018 Reunion, alumni visited the WYSO studios and shared their stories with current Antioch students, fellow alumni, and WYSO staff members. This edition of the Antioch Word features alumna, Angelica Benton Molina, 97'. WYSO's Juliet Fromholt spoke with Angelica Benton Molina at WYSO studios. There Angelica talks about her deep connection to the college, and why Antioch was the right choice for her. 

Antioch Word Alumni Stories: Heidi Lovie, Class of 1999

Dec 29, 2018

During Antioch College's 2018 Reunion, alumni visited the WYSO studios and shared their stories with current Antioch students, fellow alumni, and WYSO staff members. This edition of the Antioch Word features alumna Heidi Lovie, class of ‘99.  Heidi Lovie graduated Antioch College as a Self, Society, and Culture self-design major. WYSO Miller Fellow Rachel Isaacson spoke with Heidi about her family’s legacy in advocacy, as well as her co-op experiences and how they influenced her life after Antioch.

 

 

The Antioch Word Explores Altrustic Relief

Dec 22, 2018

This edition of the Antioch Word features an interview conducted by one of WYSO’s Miller Fellows, Rachel Isaacson, about a disaster relief organization called Altruistic Relief that provides aid and assistance in times of need such as hurricanes in the United States. Altruistic Relief visited Antioch to meet with members of the community interested in helping people at the U.S.-Mexico border.

To learn more about Altruistic Relief, visit AltruisticRelief.org or Lucas Wilcox’s Youtube Channel - Lucid Lorax.

The Antioch Word Explores The Border Support Network

Dec 22, 2018

This edition of the Antioch Word features an interview conducted by one of WYSO’s Miller Fellows, Rachel Isaacson. She spoke to Lilith Sinclair from the Border Support Network, who visited Antioch to meet with members of the community interested in helping people at the U.S.-Mexico border. Lilith Sinclair spoke about the Border Support Network project, issues surrounding the proposed border wall, and what Antioch can do to be involved.

 

 

For this episode of the Antioch Word, WYSO Miller Fellow Rachel Isaacson interviews leaders of food justice projects that the Urban Food Projects class in Summer 2018 visited. The class was hosted by Kat Christen, manager of the Antioch Farm, who wanted to take classes to local gardens to discuss and see first-hand the type of work that these projects do. This podcast is Part 2 of a two-part series on local food justice, where Rachel Isaacson interviewed Catherine Bitwayiki from the project Crossover Community Development.

This edition of the Antioch Word  is Part 1 of a two-part series on local food justice. WYSO Miller Fellow Rachel Isaacson interviewed leaders of food justice projects that the Urban Food Projects class in Summer 2018 visited. The class was hosted by Kat Christen, manager of the Antioch Farm, who wanted to take classes to local gardens to discuss and see first-hand the type of work that these projects do. Today we hear from Sherry Chen from the project SOUP.

 

On this episode of, The Antioch Word, Dayton Ohio Native and Social Media Music Star, Yellopain, is interviewed by, Mary Evans, the 2018 Miller Fellow at WYSO Studios. Yellopain talks about social justice activisms he is involved in and how he is using his success to help other Dayton Ohioians chase their musical and media dreams. 

 

This interview was edited by Mary Evans, current Miller Fellow at WYSO and Co-host of the Antioch Word, a podcast for the Antioch College Community, about Antioch College, written and produced by Antioch College students working at WYSO.

On this edition of The Antioch Word, you will hear Episode 3 of our recap of Antioch College’s first, Freedom To Vote Rally. Mila Cooper, Vice President for Diversity and Inclusion and Executive Director of the  Coretta Scott King Center at Antioch College, emceed this event. Special Guest Civil Rights activist Shaun King, shares the importance of voting and speaks about how the impact of police violence and injustices pushed him to seek answers.

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