As Emily mentioned yesterday, Antioch University, in my home state of Ohio, is closing the doors of its main undergraduate campus called Antioch College. Even living in Ohio, few people knew much about Antioch with the exception of a short time in the s when the college became nationally known for its bizarre sexual offense prevention policy. The following are clarifying points:.
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All parties must have a clear and accurate understanding of the sexual activity. The person s who initiate s the sexual activity is responsible for asking for consent. The person s who are asked are responsible for verbally responding. Each new level of sexual activity requires consent. Use of agreed upon forms of communication such as gestures or safe words is acceptable, but must be discussed and verbally agreed to by all parties before sexual activity occurs.
At any and all times when consent is withdrawn or not verbally agreed to, the sexual activity must stop immediately. Silence is not consent. Body movements and non-verbal responses such as moans are not consent.Antioch College is a private liberal arts college in Yellow Springs, Ohio.
Founded in by the Christian Connectionthe college began operating in as a non-sectarian institution; politician and education reformer Horace Mann became its first president.
It was the founding, constituent college of Antioch University Systemwhich Antioch College remained a part of from until when it closed. Thereafter, a group of alumni formed a new Ohio corporation, Antioch College Continuation Corporation, and bought from the University both the physical campus and a license to use the name "Antioch College".
The college remained closed for three years before reopening in as an independent institution. Antioch is one of only a few liberal arts institutions in the United States featuring a cooperative education work program mandatory for all students.
Democracy and shared governance, especially as a means to activism and social justiceare at the heart of the college. Students receive narrative evaluations and academic letter grades.
Mario Capecchithe laureate for Medicineearned the Bachelor of Science from Antioch in Antioch College is on the site of a short-lived Owenite communitya utopian socialist collective agricultural enterprise that was established in July and terminated at the end of that year. On October 5,the General Convention of the Christian Church passed a resolution stating "that our responsibility to the community, and the advancement of our interests as a denomination, demand of us the establishing of a College.
Despite its enthusiasm, the Christian Connection's fundraising efforts were insufficient. The money raised before the school opened failed to cover the cost of the three original buildings, much less create an endowment.
Horace MannAntioch's first president, ran the college from its start in until his death in The young college had relatively high academic standards, and " good moral character " was a requirement for graduation. Although the founders planned for approximately 1, students, enrollment only exceeded once in the 19th century, in One notable character in Antioch's history is Rebecca PennellMann's niece, who was one of the college's ten original faculty members.
She was the first female college professor in the United States to have the same rank and pay as her male colleagues. InMann gave his final commencement speechincluding what became the college's motto: "Be ashamed to die until you have won some victory for humanity.
The next year, he was reinterred in ProvidenceRhode Island, next to his first wife. Mann is commemorated by two monuments: an obelisk on campus that bears the college's motto and marks his original grave,  and a bronze statue in the Glen Helen.This is an extraordinary time in the history of Antioch College.
You might well ask who Antioch College is and in part the answer is never fully answered because we are constantly changing. Here is a little bit about where we came from and where we are headed. Antioch College is a small liberal arts institution located on a historic campus in Yellow Springs, Ohio, originally founded in The College has an inspiring mission and a proud history of educating leaders and contributors to our society, including Nobel Laureates, Fulbright Scholars, and MacArthur Fellows as well as notables in arts and culture, the sciences, the public sector, and business.
Our innovative baccalaureate program integrates rigorous classroom learning with full-time work and community engagement. Commitments to social justice, sustainability, and global issues are important components of the Antioch College experience. You participate in a movement rooted in a tradition of breaking boundaries to face the challenges of now.
The ability to begin work immediately may be necessary. Current residence or a stated willingness to relocate to Yellow Springs, Ohio, is preferred. If joining our effort by working at the College is of interest to you, we encourage you to consider one of the available positions listed below. We accept applications and any supporting materials for the positions currently listed on our website.
We do not retain unsolicited applications. Antioch College embraces diversity as a core value, and considers it fundamental to excellence in education. We are an educational community dedicated to the pursuit of social justice that intentionally and consistently supports diverse and inclusive practices.
Antioch College acknowledges and seeks to end the existence of systemic inequity in terms of access to power, resources, and privilege and works to develop access and equity in the community. Within this context, Antioch seeks to build authentic engagement across diversity, ensure systems of support for historically and currently marginalized groups, and promote safety in challenging dialogues and exchanges.
We believe diversity enhances learning and our individual and collective ability to manifest positive change. Antioch College is committed to the goal of achieving equal opportunity for all and, accordingly, does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, expression and characteristics, age, religion, national or ethnic origin, visible or invisible disability, or status as a disabled veteran of the Vietnam era.
The College complies with federal and state legislation and regulations regarding nondiscrimination.
This policy applies to faculty and staff, applicants for faculty and staff positions, students, and applicants for educational programs and activities. Inquiries concerning this policy should be addressed to the Office of the President.In a group of Women of Antioch, began a campaign to promote a culture free of sexual violence at Antioch College.
All sexual interactions at Antioch College must be consensual. Affirmative Consent means verbally asking and verbally giving or denying consent for all levels of sexual behavior. Non-consensual sexual behavior, verbal and physical sexual harassment are not tolerated at Antioch College. Title IX is a federal law that prohibits discrimination on the basis of sex in any federally funded education program. Sexual Misconduct is prohibited under this law. Title IX is a civil right amendment that prohibits sex discrimination.
Sex discrimination includes all forms of sexual harassment including verbal and sexual harassment, and sexual violence by employees, students or third parties. It also relates to unequal pay based on gender, discrimination on the basis of pregnancy or parenting status, unequal admissions and financial aid practices, and discrimination on the basis of gender identity or sexual orientation.
You can report a violation of the SOPP by filling out the form at this link. Affirmative Consent is defined as the act of willingly and verbally agreeing to engage in specific sexual conduct.
Violations of Policy The SOPP is violated whenever there is an incident of non-consensual sexual conduct or physical or verbal sexual harassment on the Antioch College campus, during an Antioch College sanctioned event, or between two Antioch College students, regardless of location. If an act of sexual violence or sexual harassment occurs off campus in the context of an educational program or activity of the school, it must be responded to in the same manner as an on campus incident of sexual violence or sexual harassment.
Violations are defined as follows:. Education: Antioch College believes that education is key to understanding and utilizing the Sexual Offense Prevention Policy. The College is therefore committed to offering education and training activities through the Office of Student Life at least twice a year, and during orientation of incoming students every Fall term.
These educational offerings will vary based on the needs and desires of the Community, the resources available, and specific events that require response. Statistical information including numbers and types of complaints will be made available to the community and to the general public as an ongoing part of campus security reporting, in compliance with the Clery Act.
Antioch's Policy on Sex Is Humanizing
Support: Antioch College is committed to offering support to survivors of sexual violence, sexual harassment and domestic violence. Support includes immediate response and advocacy for survivors, individual counseling, linkages to health services and advocacy. Options will be reviewed including criminal, civil and SOPP complaint processes. Services are also available to those seeking support who have been involved in a sexual violence, sexual harassment or domestic violence situation but are not the survivor.
To ensure confidentiality, the individual who makes a formal complaint is referred to as the Primary Witness or complainant. The person against whom the complaint has been filed is referred to as the Respondent.
The Title IX Coordinator or appointed Title IX investigator and or deputy are responsible for discussing available options with both the Primary Witness and the Respondent, including those of the Antioch Community as well as other options.
Violations of Policy: If a complaint involves a non—community member, the Title IX Coordinator shall also discuss options available to ensure the safety of the individual and the college community. If the Complainant, Respondent or the Title IX Coordinator is concerned about the safety of the parties involved, the Title IX Coordinator is responsible for addressing the safety of all community members.
Types of Complaints: There are four types of complaints that can be filed. Person s wishing to remain anonymous fill out the complaint form without signing the form and it is then submitted to the college Title IX Coordinator. Persons who are willing to sign the complaint can indicate that they want the remedies to be informal or formal.
Remedies: Remedies are determined, in part, by the type of the complaint filed. Persons may file a complaint and state they do not want to pursue any remedy. Remedies are developed, whenever possible, with the intent to increase educational awareness for all parties involved. Anonymous complaints are investigated by the Title Coordinator in conjunction with Title IX investigators to determine if any action can be taken or if there are any patterns of sexual violence of concern.
Informal complaint remedies are not permissible under Title IX Regulations. If a sufficient evidence is established the case is then released to the Community Standards Board for a formal hearing.
The remedies may include support and educational activities for either or both parties, and disciplinary action for the respondent who is found to have violated the Policy. Third Party complaints are reviewed by the Title IX Coordinator to determine if further action can be taken. The Primary Witness in a third party complaint may choose whether or not to participate in the complaint. Support and services are offered regardless of their decision.Started inthe Farm includes a two-acre annual growing area with a square foot hoop house, more than five acres of pasture for animal grazing, two acres of food forest, and a composting site.
The Antioch College Farm utilizes ecological agriculture to provide an integrated context for liberal arts learning. The Farm allows students to experience, explore, and develop methods of sustainability, through its interwoven functions as an outdoor laboratory for curricular study and a living forum where student labor connects to campus dining and recycling.Urban Environmental Education at Antioch University
Our sustainable land management program—including the Farm to the entire campus—has received international recognition, ranking 2nd as a top performer in the AASHE Campus Sustainability Index. The average meal in the United States travels 1, miles to reach our tables. The Antioch Farm models and practices a variety of sustainably focused growing methods rooted in six guiding principles outlined below. Volunteer to learn and to help out on the Antioch Farm.
Who: All ages and skill levels welcome. When: Tuesdays, pm to p. April through September, weather permitting. Where: Meet on the Farm. Antioch Farm. Welcome to the Antioch Farm! Take a Virtual Tour of the Farm. Our Farm-to-Table Experience. News From the Farm. Guiding Principles The Antioch Farm models and practices a variety of sustainably focused growing methods rooted in six guiding principles outlined below.
Structures and facilities reflect our commitment to environmental sustainability, conserving natural resources, and minimizing campus waste.
Special attention is paid to soil conservation and soil ecology. Biodiversity — Taking cues from nature, the Farm grows a variety of perennial and annual plants, including crops that attract beneficial insects.Amid claims that Reade "misrepresented her educational credentials in court," her attorney, Doug Wigdor, said his firm was no longer representing her.
Wigdor said in a statement on Friday that the decision was made on Wednesday and "is by no means a reflection on whether then-Senator Biden sexually assaulted Ms Reade.
According to The New York Timesseveral California defense lawyers are reviewing the cases following an accusation that Reade. Jeremy Dzubay, an assistant public defender in Monterey County, told the Times his office has started looking into cases involving Reade and have been putting together a list of clients who might have been affected by her testimony on domestic violence.
Reade has claimed that Biden sexually assaulted her in when she worked as a member of his Senate staff on Capitol Hill. She first came forward last spring with seven other women who alleged Biden made them feel uncomfortable with inappropriate physical displays of affection.
Reade said that inshe was asked by a supervisor to bring Biden his gym bag as he was on his way down to the Senate gymnasium. She claimed Biden pushed her against a wall in the basement of a Capitol Hill office buildinggroped her, and penetrated her with his fingers. Biden has categorically denied the allegations and called them "untrue. She claimed she worked with the former president of the college to make sure her identity was protected while she worked toward her degree.
Reade, per CNN, also claimed she was a visiting professor at Antioch over the course of five years. She was never a faculty member. She did provide several hours of administrative work. An official told CNN: "The Alternative Admission Program, now known as the Access Admission Program, is a pathway for individuals from historically disadvantaged and under-represented communities who have demonstrated grit, intellectual curiosity, and the ability to overcome substantial obstacles.
Sign in. All Football. Nicole DarrahNews Reporter. Comments are subject to our community guidelines, which can be viewed here.California schools are revamping their lesson plans to comply with a new state law that requires them to teach a sex education program at least once in middle school and once in high school.
The law, which took effect in January, requires the curriculum to include discussions of sexual orientation, gender identity and sex trafficking, as well as information about contraception and HIV treatment. The billauthored by Assemblywoman Shirley Weber D-San Diegobolstered previous curriculum requirements and added new ones. Instruction must:. Parents or guardians must be notified that their child will receive this instruction and be allowed to see the course materials in advance.
The law allows them to opt out with a written request. Be Ready. The San Francisco district is working to bring its middle school offerings into compliance, he said. The high school curriculum is taught as a separate, one-semester course, while middle schoolers get sex ed from science or physical education teachers.
This year, it has hired the group Fresno Barrios Unidos to teach four additional lessons to bring the curriculum into compliance. At the middle school level, the district is training teachers to incorporate the new topics into the lessons they already teach, and it may consider contracting out to supplement middle school instruction in the future, Messing said.
Barrios Unidos will start teaching lessons this week, the first of presentations it expects to make by the end of the school year at 14 high schools, said executive director Socorro Santillan. For some students, the fastest way to end a college education is through an unintended pregnancy.
By Emily Bazar March 2, You must credit us as the original publisher, with a hyperlink to our californiahealthline. Please preserve the hyperlinks in the story. Previously, districts were required to teach HIV prevention, but sex education was not required. Use Our Content This story can be republished for free details. Instruction must: Be age appropriate and medically accurate, and may not promote religious doctrine.
Recognize different sexual orientations and include same-sex relationships when providing examples of couples. Include information about all FDA-approved methods of contraception and prevention of sexually transmitted infections STIs.
Address gender identity, sexual assault, relationship abuse and sex trafficking. However, abstinence-only instruction is not permitted. Because the bill was just signed into law last fall, districts are scrambling to comply.
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