Thursday Apr 17
Antioch College reorganizes leadership positions
Signs from the college indicate Antioch has set its sights on growing, as it has worked to revitalize several buildings around campus into new facilities.
The Burlington Free Press
Gov. Peter Shumlin's statement on his father's death
We will miss him terribly but are so glad he enjoyed almost 89 healthy years and that his decline was brief.
Is Big Brother Invading Our Bedrooms?
We have chronicled the downward spiral of heterosexual relations in America. Sadly, our political leaders seem deaf to real solutions and are instead putting up more roadblocks.
The Daily Campus
Professor unicycles across campus
He also uses it to entertain students who "always get a kick out of it." He said he first started riding in the fourth grade at an alternative elementary school where part of the curriculum was teaching students to ride unicycles.
The Baltimore Sun
With Sojourner-Douglass' accreditation in jeopardy, students in limbo
Theo Jones is set to graduate from Sojourner-Douglass College with a nursing degree in November, but instead of celebrating as he nears the finish line, he's left wondering if he should transfer to another school.
Woman explored all things superstitious in late 1800s
Superstitions, incantations, charms, cures and predictions -- the stuff of folklore -- had a tighter hold on our ancestors than people today -- although I'll bet "step on a crack and break your mother's back" is familiar to most reading this column.
In 1947, Antioch College student Barbara Wells Bedell attended Hampton Institute as a part of cultural exchange program among black and white college students.