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Rascha Hall at a charity event

Pictured above are, from the left, Rascha (Fay) Labovitz Hall ’62, David Hall ’60, Mary Hoffman Wolfson ’63, and Barrie Dallas Grenell ’65.

Rascha Hall ’62 recently chaired a successful event for a local charity in the Los Angeles South Bay Area. Help the Homeless Help Themselves, Inc. supports nine service providers in the South Bay Area who are in need of shelter or secure housing, or to help those who are in danger of losing their homes.

In attendance were Antiochians David Hall ’60, Mary Hoffman Wolfson ’63, and Barrie Dallas Grennell ’65. The evening raised over $41,000.

Jay Tuck


Jay Tuck celebrated his 67th birthday by completing a 100 km (63 mile) stretch for the month of April. “I started with sports late in life”, says Jay who ran his first marathon in Berlin at age 53. Two years later, he was featured in “Runners World” as the first American ever to run the Siberian Ice Marathon in Omsk with temperatures under minus 40ºF. “I am a slow runner,” he said. “But no one out there is having more fun!” Jay Tuck launched a 40 year award-winning television career with the Antioch student film The Date. He now operates a production company in Dubai.


Corey Slavitt and friends

Corey Slavitt ’79 was lonely for all things Antioch College and Yellow Springs when she moved to Washington, D.C. after 29 years in the village. But Antioch College is everywhere! At a neighbor’s New Year’s Day Brunch, Corey met Dale Brown ’76. Since then, the two have grooved at the March Anjelique Kidjo concert and dined at some of D.C.’s eclectic bistros. Rebecca Mark ’77 and Johnetta Kitzmiller (Lykes) ’88 visited Slavitt the last two Novembers. Fun times!


Antiochian adventurers

From left to right: Ken Olson, ’75, Executive Director, KidsPeace National Centers of New England, Wells, Maine; Paul Hansen, ’75, Rocky Mt. Regional Director, Concord Coalition, Jackson, Wyoming; Bert Honea, ’74, Chief Medical Officer, McKee Medical Center, Loveland, Colorado; and Mike Burdick ’74, filmmaker, artisan carpenter, and Zen master, Montrose, Colorado.

“Forty years after we became friends at Antioch, we still get together for rafting, hiking, and climbing throughout the West, or mountain biking in the Moab, Utah Canyonlands area where this picture was taken. Of course, a great deal of philosophizing and expounding on the issues of the day are part of every trip. The common values that brought us to Antioch still bring us together today.” —Keith Olson ’75

—Keith Olson ’75