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  • Judy and Atis Folkmanis with two Furry Folk Puppets. (photo: Rand Rosenberg ’09)
  • Alumni volunteers gathered at reunion. (photo: Dennie Eagleson ’71)
  • Students sojourned to Poland for the sake of art—and history. (photo: Charles Roderick)
  • Katie Wiebke ’15 with Antioch College’s first biochar stove.
  • Carolyn Shatz Rabson ’53 with the Bingle Belles’ handmade quilt. (photo: Dennie Eagleson ’71)
  • Design-build project members gathered under the old tea house. (photo: Dennie Eagleson ’71)
  • Antiochians gathered outside North Hall in the late 1940s.
CoverSpring/Summer 2012
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    A look at the history of the Volunteer Work Project—where it has been and where it is going for future Antiochians.
    By Christian Feuerstein ’94

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    The Folkmanis Story

    Atis and Judy Folkmanis are two of Antioch’s biggest supporters, both in service and financial contribution. They sat down with The Antiochian to discuss their time at Antioch, how they met, and their puppet business, Folkmanis, Inc.
    By Gariot P. Louima

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    Bingle Belles

    A group of eleven Antiochian women who met in the 1940s while living on the “Bingle” floor of North Hall still get together to talk about life, learning, and their love of Antioch.
    By Jennifer Jolls

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    Art on Location

    Six Antioch students traveled to Poland this summer to repaint history in a project to replicate a synagogue destroyed in WWII.
    By Nicole Wroten

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    Antioch College embarked on a long-range strategic planning process during the 2011–2012 academic year.

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    Rebirth of North Hall

    North Hall encapsulates the history, principles, and spirit of Antioch.
    By Larry Rubin ’65