ONE MORGAN PLACE :: Community Bulletin

VOLUME 2, ISSUE 2  |  October 8, 2012  

IN THIS ISSUE:  A message from Louise Smith  ::  News from the Office of Advancement  ::  Physical Plant update  ::  Message from Tom Brookey  ::  Connect to the Common Text with Mark Roosevelt  ::  Foreign film festival  ::  Antioch College Menu, October 8-12, 2012  ::  Upcoming events

A group of new students play a game of Bananagrams while waiting for registration and advising appointments in the Writing Institute during Orientation on Friday, October 5.

A group of new students play a game of Bananagrams while waiting for registration and advising appointments in the Writing Institute during Orientation on Friday, October 5.

:: A message from Louise Smith

Congratulations on bringing in our second class. Last week was so outstanding because everyone stepped up in the ways that we needed. All of us in Community Life are grateful to the support we received from all of you, in small and big ways.

It seemed that all we had to do was ask (and sometimes we didn’t even have to ask) and things happened in just the ways we needed. Without this team spirit, initiative, and willingness to step in, we would never have made it.

I am so proud of our community and of you!

Louise

:: News from the Office of Advancement

It’s been a busy few months full of changes in Office of Advancement. We’d like to share our staff changes so that you may route your requests properly.

Maureen Devine-Ahl is now the director of alumni relations and the annual fund. Vanessa McNeal is now the database manager and gift processor. Joan Meadows has transitioned to provide support in the President’s Office. Eric Miller is now the annual fund officer.

Maya Nye will be transitioning to her new role in residence life, and we will work to fill her position as the alumni relations officer for volunteer management. Maria Rauch is now the alumni relations officer for events and communications. Steve Sturman is now the director of leadership gifts.

:: Physical Plant update

1. McGregor elevator inspection will occur next week. As soon as we pass inspection, the elevator will be operational.

2. Birch elevator has passed inspection and is now available for use.

3. South Hall: A large power lift will be delivered on Monday to South Hall. Power washing will occur on the roof beginning Monday. On Tuesday and Wednesday, the roof will be repainted to match North Hall. Please be careful when entering or exiting the building during those days.

:: Message from Tom Brookey

Attention students:

All invoices/bills for room and board and fees have been mailed for the new year. If you have not mailed/paid your fees, please do so immediately. If you are making payments, your first payment should have been paid by Septmber 24. If you need to discuss your bill, need another one or have questions, please contact Tom Brookey at tbrookey@antiochcollege.org, or call him at 937-319-6161.

Faculty and Staff:

If you are enrolled in our new insurance plan with United Healthcare, you should have received your ID cards at your home. If you have not received your cards, please contact Tom Brookey.

:: Connect to the Common Text with Mark Roosevelt

Dear Antioch Team,

I just want to make sure you know you are invited to join the Connect to the Common Text discussion with the new class TODAY at 4:00 p.m. in McGregor 113. Even if you cannot make it, I urge you, no I implore you, to read the Malcolm Gladwell article “How David beats Goliath” and think about how it relates to our work at Antioch. Indeed, after you give the piece a close reading, think about how it relates to your own work here. There is so much in this piece to catalyze thinking about what we do each and every day.

Cheers,

Mark

:: Foreign film festival

As a part of the foreign language curriculum, students, faculty, staff, and all other Antioch community members are invited to attend an Antioch foreign film festival. Each film will be shown at 7:30 p.m. in the Glen Building.

October 17

Spanish: Tacones Lejanos, 1991

November 7

French: Cléo de 5 à 7, 1962

November 28

Japanese: The Makioka Sisters, 1983

December 5

German: Goodbye Lenin!, 2003

:: Antioch College Menu, October 8-12, 2012

*All menu items are subject to change.

Monday

Breakfast: Scrambled Eggs, Breakfast Potato, Fresh Fruit

Lunch: Black Bean Soup, BLT, Hummus LT

Dinner: Roasted Turkey, Brown Rice, Local Squash, Turnip, Brownies

Tuesday

Breakfast: Fried Eggs, Sweet Potato

Lunch: Bacon Tomato Soup, Grilled Cheese

Dinner: Taco Night, Refried Beans, Rice

Wednesday

Breakfast: Breakfast Sandwiches, Fresh Fruit

Lunch: Lentil Soup, Turkey Reubens, Tofu Reuben

Dinner: Lasagna , Veggie Lasagna, Garlic Bread, Caesar Salad

Thursday

Breakfast: Huevos Ranchero, Breakfast Sausage, Potatoes

Lunch: Chef Choice Soup, Cheese Steak Sandwich, Veggie Melt, Fat Fries

Dinner: Chicken Cacciatore, Tofu Cacciatore, Risotto

Friday

Breakfast: Scrambled Eggs, Fresh Fruit

Lunch: Squash Bisque, Sausage and Pepper Sub, Eggplant Parm Sub, Chips

Dinner:Turkey Burgers, Veggie Burgers, Sweet Potato Fries

Saturday

Breakfast: Brunch

Lunch: Brunch

Dinner: Roasted Chicken, Pasta Alfredo, Broccoli

Sunday

Breakfast: Brunch

Lunch: Brunch

Dinner: Meatballs Marinara, Penne Pasta, Greek Salad

:: Upcoming events

Monday, October 8
Ice Cream Social
7:30–9:00 p.m. Coretta Scott King Center

Tuesday, October 9
Classes begin


Tuesday, October 9
Community Meeting
1:00-3:00 p.m. McGregor 113

Thursday, October 11
National Coming Out Day Event
7:30–9:00 p.m. McGregor 113
Friday, October 12
Class of 2016 Welcome Party
9:00–midnight Noyes Gallery

Saturday, October 13
Yellow Springs Street Fair
All day Downtown Yellow Springs

Sunday, October 14
Elemental Self-Defense Workshop
9:00 a.m.–5:00 p.m. South Gym

REMINDER: Friday, October 19
Founders’ Weekend Community Potluck
5:30 p.m. Main Lawn

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