17 Burst results for "Antioch College"

"antioch college" Discussed on Pantheon

Pantheon

03:31 min | 5 months ago

"antioch college" Discussed on Pantheon

"Hendry john has performed or recorded with money. Waters wolf dwayne allman mike. Bloomfield jj kale. Tom waits the band john. Lee hooker. dr john o. And many many more a tireless performer. He continues to tour worldwide on an annual basis. Well until this year. That is hammond is The son of record producer talent scout. John h hammond and his first wife. jemison mcbride and actress. He is a descendant of cornelius vanderbilt. The patriarch of the prominent vanderbilt family through his paternal grandmother. Emily vanderbilt sloane hamon. He began playing guitar in high school. partially inspired by the album. Jimmy reed at carnegie hall. He intended Antioch college for one year but dropped out to pursue a music career. How many times have we heard that. By the mid nineteen sixties. He was touring nationally. and living. in greenwich village. Hammond usually plays acoustically choosing a national rezzo phonic guitar and sings in a barrel style. His debut album released in nineteen sixty. Two john hammond was one of the first blues albums by a white artist. Hammond has earned one. Grammy award has been nominated for four others as provided the soundtrack for the nineteen. Seventy film. little big man. Starring dustin hoffman hamin hosted the nineteen ninety-one uk television documentary the search for robert johnson detailing the life of the legendary delta blues man. You know that was a great documentary was one of the first where they actually talked to. A lot of the people that knew robert played with robert grew up with robert The children a robert. Johnson it's a really great documentary. I highly recommended the and obviously. He's the perfect voice to narrate this wonderful documentary. It was his father who extended an invitation to robert johnson to perform at the hammond produced spirituals to swing concert at carnegie hall in nineteen thirty eight. We mentioned that in the in the interview jon. Hamm had tried to get robert. Johnson to play bought learned At the last minute that johnson had recently died hammond ended the concert by wheeling a phonograph onstage and plane a robert johnson recording leaving the audience stunned and applauding wildly john p hammond. Paul hammond. our guest today. Who's named not only after his father his godfather the great paul robeson obviously took in all of his father's interests and more to become a blues master himself and has found a long career with it. So let's get to our first guest today the indefatigable john p.

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"antioch college" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

Rock N Roll Archaeology

03:31 min | 5 months ago

"antioch college" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

"Hendry john has performed or recorded with money. Waters wolf dwayne allman mike. Bloomfield jj kale. Tom waits the band john. Lee hooker. dr john o. And many many more a tireless performer. He continues to tour worldwide on an annual basis. Well until this year. That is hammond is The son of record producer talent scout. John h hammond and his first wife. jemison mcbride and actress. He is a descendant of cornelius vanderbilt. The patriarch of the prominent vanderbilt family through his paternal grandmother. Emily vanderbilt sloane hamon. He began playing guitar in high school. partially inspired by the album. Jimmy reed at carnegie hall. He intended Antioch college for one year but dropped out to pursue a career. How many times have we heard that. By the mid nineteen sixties. He was touring nationally. and living. in greenwich village. Hammond usually plays acoustically choosing a national rezzo phonic guitar and sings in a barrel house style. His debut album released in nineteen sixty. Two john hammond was one of the first blues albums by a white artist. Hammond has earned one. Grammy award has been nominated for four others as provided the soundtrack for the nineteen. Seventy film. little big man. Starring dustin hoffman hamin hosted the nineteen ninety-one uk television documentary the search for robert johnson detailing the life of the legendary delta blues man. You know that was a great documentary was one of the first where they actually talked to. A lot of the people that knew robert played with robert grew up with robert The children a robert. Johnson it's a really great documentary highly recommended the and obviously. He's the perfect voice to narrate this wonderful documentary. It was his father who extended an invitation to robert johnson to perform at the hammond produced spirituals to swing concert at carnegie hall in nineteen thirty eight. We mentioned that in the in the interview jon. Hamm had tried to get robert. Johnson to play bought learned At the last minute that johnson had recently died hammond ended the concert by wheeling a phonograph onstage and plane a robert johnson recording leaving the audience stunned and applauding wildly john. Peon paul hammond our guest today. Who's named not only after his father his godfather the great paul robeson obviously took in all of his father's interests and more to become a blues master himself and has found a long career with it. So let's get to our first guest today. The indefatigable john p.

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"antioch college" Discussed on All's Fair with Laura Wasser

All's Fair with Laura Wasser

03:34 min | 10 months ago

"antioch college" Discussed on All's Fair with Laura Wasser

"Geneva tell us about you. You went to Antioch in Ohio Yes. Yes, I went to Antioch College and I became a CPA, and then in the eighties I, became a certified financial planner, and then I sold my big accounting practice in New Mexico and moved to San Diego and candace was the second person that I met the San Diego and we really just started meeting every week and say. What can we do to help the people of San Diego and more specifically the women of San Diego because women were really coming into their own in the eighties they were. Owning paychecks there. They were advancing, but so many of them as you said we're leaving. The money matters up to men. And then when we hit the financial crisis of the late eighties with the stock market plunge, they suddenly went. Oh, my gosh men don't know any more about this than we do. They weren't able to prevent that. And so we set up wife Dot Org to start to start educating women and. And then a couple of years later we started second. Saturday and candidates, and I started that program together its second Saturday. What women need to know about divorce I've been running it ever since in San Diego about twenty years ago, we added a program for men called the men's divorce workshop, and then about five years ago, we started expanding the program around the country. And now you guys are online as well correct. We are as of now as of the virus days. Yeah, that's taken US online. We've always had in person workshops, and in person, workshops are incredibly valuable where people can get together for three or four hour. Support each other learn together really warm a community where it's safe to say what you need to say. And? That's not possible right now, so we've done the next best thing taken online not for four hours because that would be really hard to spend four hours sitting at your computer, but we've shortened it down and we've empowered our leaders around the country to put on the program on a virtual. Online live setting. I have a question, so both of you clearly good finances good probably at mass which I never was i. am seeing some schools I have one kid. That's an elementary school when kit that's eight, a freshman in high school, and I am seeing schools and educators because we're I'm on the board at our school and I also obviously speak with many parents and educators about what kids go through during divorce away from that for a moment. I have seen elementary. And Middle School kids being divided up by gender to learn math and I have heard that girls little girls do better in math classes. If boys are in there, because then they feel more comfortable and I'm. I'm torn about this, but I I thought it was really interesting any thoughts about that. I mean two women who clearly excelled. Or maybe you didn't maybe later in life. I was never good at math so i. just hire a forensic accountant, my cases or somebody one of you. What do you think about that idea that we actually really are wired differently genetically, and can do better and perform better if if we don't have the young males in the classroom with us. I'll take that this is candace..

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"antioch college" Discussed on Artificial Intelligence (AI Podcast) with Lex Fridman

Artificial Intelligence (AI Podcast) with Lex Fridman

03:48 min | 10 months ago

"antioch college" Discussed on Artificial Intelligence (AI Podcast) with Lex Fridman

"Of the girls. So family I mean just the people I've encountered just doing some research in just knowing your work through through the decades It's kind of fascinating. Just, the the the number PhD's. Fascinating. Dad is a sociology professor who recently retired from from Rutgers University but that clearly that gave me a head start in life I mean my my grandfather gave me all quantum mechanics books and I was like seven or eight years old tonight I remember going through them and it was all the old mechanics roth for and stuff. So I got to the part of wave functions which I didn't understand although I was very bright kid and I realized he he didn't quite understand it either. But at least like he wanted me to some professor, he knew you penn nearby who who understood these things right so that's That's an unusual opportunity for kid have right in my my dad. He was programming Fortran when that was ten or eleven years old on like h three thousand mainframes rutgers university to her got to do linear regression in Fortran on punch cards at when when I was in in middle school where. He was doing I, guess analysis of demographic and sociology data. So yes, certainly. Certainly that gave me A. Head start push towards science beyond what would have been the case with many many different situation one did you first fall in level they is the is that the programming side of Fortran is that the maybe the sociology psychology opinion data. Those three years old when I saw a robot on Star Trek. It was turning around in a circle going era because. SPOCK and Kirk tricked into mechanical breakdown by presenting it with a logical paradox and I was just like well, this makes no sense. This is very, very smart. It's been traveling all around the universe, but these people could trick it with a simple logical paradox like what if the human brain can get beyond that paradox wh? Why can't why can't this is? So I, felt the strain yards have star trek at misunderstood. The nature of intelligence and I complained to my dad about it and he. He wasn't he wasn't gonNA say anything one way or the other, but you know In before I was born with my dad was Antioch College in the in the middle of the US he led a he led a protest movement. Slam student league against mortality they were protesting against death Wandering around the campus. So He He was into some futuristic things even back then but. Whether. I could confront logical paradoxes. He he didn't know but that you know when I. Ten years after that is something I discovered Douglas Hostages Book Gordon Lesser Bach and that was sort of to the same point of hey I n paradox logic right? Because he was over with over and over with girdles incompleteness theorem and Canon I really fully model itself reflexively or does that lead you into some paradox can the human mind truly model itself reflexively does that lead you into some paradox so when I think that book grow Lester Bach which I think I read when it first came out it would have been twelve years old or something I. Remember it was like Sixteen hour day I read it cover to cover and then revealed I it after that because there was a lot of weird things with little formal systems in there were hard for me at the time but. That was the first book I read the. gave me a feeling for a I as practical. Academic or engineering discipline that that people will working in before I read Gordon Luster. Bach. I was in the..

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"antioch college" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

01:49 min | 1 year ago

"antioch college" Discussed on WTVN

"The nineteen eighties and the store was killed by little in nineteen eighty one the other woman is still listed as a Jane doe he also confessed to killing Mary Jo Payton and rose seven to nineteen eighty four and nineteen ninety one and cut a hole the county literacy for life sentences after entering this please he claims to have killed ninety three women Iranian Dave Chapelle says he will perform for free as part of the gem city shiny event this weekend in Dayton the concert is being held on Sunday in the Oregon district as a way to raise donations for the victims of the mass shooting earlier this month and to support local businesses in the area the event will take place from four until ten PM and Chapelle will be joined by local and national acts Chapelle spent his childhood summers in Ohio while his father worked as a professor at Antioch College and later moved to yellow springs permanently Macy drops and reporting Ohio health officials are looking for a possible link between breathing problems in vaping they say six people who use the cigarette sought medical attention when they began coughing and feeling short of breath this comes on the heels of a recently announced federal investigation looking at more than one hundred fifty similar cases across the country not enough people in Dayton have signed up for FEMA aid following the Memorial Day tornadoes the Miami valley community action partnership says thousands of dollars are still unclaimed in people and multi unit apartments aren't signing up for it only twenty three percent of branches affected by the twisters have applied for aid those who need it can still fly through September third and six students at a Cincinnati school they have eaten brownies made with marijuana some of the students who ate them at what her career technical high school Thursday got sick in a fifteen year old boy was arrested and now faces felony assault charges I'm Sean Gallagher the world your next deadline update happens at the bottom of the hour news radio six W. and tried.

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"antioch college" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

05:33 min | 2 years ago

"antioch college" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"The go, but all I had left was twelve dollars. And you can't get a winter coat for that kind of money. You're gonna fight didn't need food money. Maybe I shouldn't have come to New York. Now after the dramatization listeners would hear the actual recording of the Rikers island classification board and their assessment of this person. Here you have the panel discussing what they've labeled as bills inferiority complex related to his appearance, which includes missing teeth and a large nose warden Johnson. Would you say that an inmate might have come to present because he had a lodge nose to lodge? Let's be chewed on your experience perhaps. But frankly, I don't wait too much stress on that. Go ahead one. For instance. How about can we Durante with his his nose with his fortune? I answer that Mr. stone. Yes, Dr problem. Well, this brings us back to Abbas theory of the organic in theory complex, it's nozzle Durante liability and turned it into an asset that made a fortune out of it. However, each nozzle Durante, we have a thousand men likely cannot capitalize on who take it as a Mark of in theory, aren't wow, the schnauzers. Yes. Finally, the panel would assess the best possible program for the inmates time in the penitentiary hair the board field that you have an individual who has had no home times for quite a number of years. He needs an entire re education. The psychiatrist recommends that if he feels that the inmate is ready for plastic operation he will recommend it. And then the medical board will take it up. As far as the boys teeth are concerned. I just cut and dried we can recommend to the medical service that they have their specialist replace his teeth media educationally, the board agrees that the man should continue his elementary school education until he at least completes eight years schooling, occasionally because this boy isn't hard mechanic has a high mechanical aptitude, we feel that he should be placed in a machine shop in theory Arctic complex aside. That's actually pretty progressive what they were doing really reminding people of the human nature of someone who is going to be incarcerated and taking that into account during the sentencing process was there anything else like that on the radio at the time. I think it was fairly unusual for the period, especially with commercial broadcasters. Giving us the the traditional cops and robbers and scenarios at the time. You set me up. I t's this in the intro who was the celebrity contributor long before he championed the twilight zone. Rod Serling was a young Antioch college intern at WNYC writing and acting in the department of correction series now here he is in a back and forth with a probation officer after his character was picked up by the police for breaking into an apartment for stealing a radio the subject is the youngest in a sequence of five children. His mother died when he was four years old. Remember, her father remarried with a woman who had two children? Father was a chronic alcoholic. Well, known the several social agencies that was a conflict among the children, the mother could not seem to control them. Yeah. She was always cheating around kids. Good at an early age, the subject began keeping irregular hours remaining away from the house overnight offer several days at a time can sleep in the subway when it's cold at thirteen he appeared in children's caught for the first time, I tried lift Mahan children's village for an indefinite period like school only worse. It was after several months Iran away from the hand case you're wondering, here's how the board approached his case. I think the essential point is his repressed hostility toward his father who as the probation report points out has been a chronic alcoholic has made his life insecure and placed him and institutions and would stepmother's during his all his formative years now, let's to specter. There you go through security. Thing again did rod sterling ever comment on his time working at WNYC not that I've been able to find out although I believe he remained in touch with the late Mike trust, a broadcast historian editor who intern here at the same time who was quite helpful to my research in this project, and finally we should mention the show was spearheaded by WNYC's lily soup Lovie. She somewhat of an unsung broadcast pioneer who is lily soup Lovie. Lilley was WNYC's news and special events director for the second half of the nineteen forties. And of course, this was at a time when few if any women held management titles in journalism, and she was also the station's earliest remote or field recording operator and she produced a variety of programs here. And here's to Lilly pioneer WNYC's chief archivist, Andy Lancet, thank you so much. Thank you special. Thanks, the New York City municipal archives. You can find these and other choice bits of WNYC history at WNYC dot org slash archives slash collection. You're listening to all of it on WNYC..

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"antioch college" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

09:40 min | 2 years ago

"antioch college" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Thirty four thirty Bearcats. Got it done. Just talking off the air a big, Dave and Taryn excuse me, a little bit about what the future may. Hold in. Maybe maybe they could get some rankings issues. I could go maybe seven to know before it starts to get a little sticky. And so on. Ohio State taking care right now of two lane, which that's a payday for two lane coming up from New Orleans to Columbus reds in action later. They got the Marlins just go on the mound. That's Anthony Fani taken on Jose Arena and four game series down in Miami. Which is kind of nice. In the meantime, that's us at sterling stepping in to try to make sense of things. And there's a lot of stuff going on. I'm having a this is a difficult thing on a Saturday afternoon. I want to goof off I want to have a little fun. But in the news, you just heard that would Matt Reese this deal with Christine Blasi Ford who now is going to drive from California across the country to testify for the Senate subcommittee issue, dealing with the wannabe supreme court Justice Cavanaugh. Deal with basically confirmation issue in the allegation to back in high school, he sexually assaulted her. That's the allegation, however long. They may have known before it ended up getting brought up in public situation. Now without getting all the ins and outs of the politics of it. I wanna go deeper and ask you a different question. Because whether you have daughters, whether you are a daughter, a mother sister, a girlfriend, a wife, a husband boyfriend, whatever it is. You got mom. You got sisters. You get. Women our lives, you maybe you are. In fact, a woman as I start thinking about this. And I. Breaching confidence. I can tell you that a whole lot of women that I have known over the years almost all of them. Have had. Stories that they have shared with knee and part or even fairly graphically tales of sexual assault that they have been victims of at one time or another and high-school college. Whether it's a relative, whether it was somebody. They didn't know situations got out of hand they said, no, God a little too deep in weird things happened and whether law enforcement was involved or otherwise. So what I want to know is this how long aside from statue limitation, some states. There is none other states. That's a few years. Whatever it is. It's not like murder across the board. Basically if the accusation is that you take somebody out and take their life that they can come back on you, basically until you're gone forever. And always know statue of limitations, this is different. So I don't know what you tell your daughter and in a situation like this has this happened or do, you know of something like this because I I can not be too surprised and alcohol and drugs and all the stuff that goes into partying. And good times and everything else in high school when I was there in the eighties before that. And even currently there is certainly a culture of let's get some drinks. Let's have a good time in the you know situations. Get weird sometimes and people get worked up and do things and it wasn't that long ago. Really what fifteen twenty years ago? There was the big joke when Antioch college university in yellow springs had the basic deal where you had to have an agreement and okay a nod. To say, okay. We can move ahead from first base to second base. If you wanna use those terminologies when they're making out is, okay. If I kiss you can we take that brawl? Can we whatever it is? We're not trying to get graphic. But that that's how stuff is gone. So in the midst of that and people said, that's crazy. Nobody's going to ask for approval. In acknowledgement of this. I mean, you almost wanna notary now to say, hey, are we okay? Whether you're in college, whether you're a grown adult whether you're in high school or otherwise, and that's that's a weird time. So what do you tell your kids? How do you counsel them? Do you want them to be going to parties where there is drinking going on or otherwise because I can tell you this stuff has been happening forever? And always always will. And then there's regret and remorse, and neither people don't know. What happened or they do know what happened or they're embarrassed because it happened? It went too far. They didn't want to get involved. It's constant so in win. Then do you bring that up when they're somebody you feel like they're in a position because the judgeship in a supreme court's forever. And always that's lifetime unless they choose to quit. Right. So it's important to hear everything about it to know everything about it. Whether you're selling cars driving a school bus or selling advertising or putting footers in and doing construction or HVAC. There's a lot of background checks that take place from drug testing to F B I background checks, depending on the type of business that you're in. If you do contracts for government stuff, and they will turn over rocks interview, friends, acquaintances and see exactly who you've talked to how you've lived in everything else that goes with it. And that can keep you from opportunities down the line if the wrong person says the wrong thing, truthfully, or otherwise, you hope that everybody stand up and handle their business. So how far do you go back? And when it comes to the issue of someone who decides your rights in my rights, which is the supreme court's decision. More or less, right. They look at that constitution. How it's interpreted and everything else. The only rights we have is George Carlin made very clear not too long ago. Well, relatively speaking probably fifteen years ago one bit that he did. Here's the thing which. I'd never really thought of this way. The only rights we have in this country, or what the government and the supreme court net. Constitution say we have. So knowing the individuals on that court sitting on that bench making those decisions is pretty important. But if there's no police report, there's been no filing. There was no assault charge. Criminal investigation at that point going on. How far do you go is this something or is it nothing? All it takes Assad Justice should be done. But if nobody reported it what does it mean pick up the phone, and we're know what you think five one three seven four nine seven thousand eight hundred the big one that's eight hundred eight four three twenty four forty one and pound seven hundred AT and T we can still have some fun. There's a lot of other stuff to get to the afternoon, but that just broken it's just in the news. And it'll be a couple of days before this woman makes her way across the country, MS Ford, and then she will testify in answer questions and have things to say in what that means to these lawmakers who make the decision on approving the vote for supreme court really boils down to that. And who we put in office as police to be able to then nominate somebody so how far back do you go? What do you tell your kids have you dealt with this surprises something that happened? And you say, well, look you were just a kid. You were a teenager. Lots of changed. We haven't seen you in trouble before we haven't seen you in trouble since you've done a good job. Whatever it is whether you're selling soda pops or widgets or on the bench making decisions about other people into whether they get life, death incarceration or otherwise. As a judge to Westchester Chuck was sterling now on the big one. How you doing this fine Saturday? Hey, Durling outta Westchester. You know, this one case for me, I two daughters you and I talked before. And you know, they both can handle themselves. And they know that situation comes up exactly what to do. I don't have any fear about happening with with my girls. This situation here just doesn't pass the smell test. Unfortunately. Because I talked to a couple of women about this off there the last couple of days and say, well, you'd be surprised at what happened and at some point if not now when do you speak up, why wasn't in why wouldn't you want to speak up before then and they go well embarrassment, and they're gonna blame me this that and the other. But here's somebody getting about his lofty job as you can get in these United States. Most of them these political ideology on both sides, actually, and they seem very passionate about this. And there's a difference. In disconnected seems from us guys talking in many cases than hearing the woman's perspective. Exactly, you're exactly right. And with what I do for a living. When I made my statement before this doesn't pass at some point in time. This would have happened. This this lady would have shared this with somebody. So you think it's fabricated? I think. You know in the in the person who started the ball rolling here had this letter since early July. New hold onto this until the latter part of the confirmation. You know, if it was above board. Would you have not the day? You got your hand. Would you have not demanded an investigation at that time? Why would you sit on it one? Decide how much back do they do to try to find out before they let it move forward. Because I mean now, of course, there's been a whole lot of partisanship with this whole process, hence, the one that Obama was trying to get in for a year, they were like non non and now they're all like, hey, let's hurry up and get it done. So it's kind of weird, right? A lot of double the other thing. I have a problem with these folks in congress and the Senate. You know, they have a guarantee I don't know exactly how it's worded. But.

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"antioch college" Discussed on KPCC

KPCC

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"antioch college" Discussed on KPCC

"Do the story from beginning to end but can we just go back and we'll you'd set the scene of the ninety s you describe antioch yes antioch was very interesting place in the nineties christel evans attended antioch college in the early nineteen nineties i was seventeen year old coming to campus and i remember my mother levy i look out in their two people dancing around in the rain naked i'm like where in the world of my mother and leave me that people dance around in a rain naked that was not part of any community up in anything that was even remotely familiar with or heard of before my name's juliet brown i went to antioch from nineteen eighty nine the fall of nineteen eighty nine yeah my name is bethany saltzman and i went to antioch from nineteen eighty seven to nine hundred ninety two had this activist revolutionary history being on the cutting edge of politics of social change and was the first place i was at were you could openly lesbian gay bisexual i didn't know what transgender was until i hit the campus very sex positive culture we had co ed bathrooms people were really into saks had tons of it was not a prudish place to be by any stretch of the imagination very free very open and.

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"antioch college" Discussed on The Daily

The Daily

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"antioch college" Discussed on The Daily

"How do you have sex antioch college very carefully it's something that only a bunch of intellectuals on american college campus think is practical media from all over the world descended upon the campus real on college has its way campus smooching will involve so many questions and answers you might wanna bring your lawyer along these are the rules is seems doesn't that was considered outrageous because it d sexist the whole thing i think people want to have fun when they have sex and they envisioned this an attack on their ability to have fun an attack on sets believe me that many men at many colleges if that's going to happen going to lose their they left it us not just locally ohio not just nationally in the country but in turn nationally we were the laughing stock i'm nothing because i just knowing about human relationships knowing about the knowing of 'bout the desire to be with another person this is going to be ridiculous i was standing in our bookstore with someone from snl called and they say can we get one your football jerseys.

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"antioch college" Discussed on The Daily

The Daily

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"antioch college" Discussed on The Daily

"I want to do the story from beginnings and but can we just go back will you set the scene of the nineties new describe antioch yes antioch was a very interesting place in the nineties christel evans attended antioch college in the early nineteen ninety s i was seventeen year old coming to campus in our member my mother levy i look out in their to people dancing around in the rain they get i'm like where in the world among other leave me that people dance around in a rain they get that was not part of any community that i grown up in anything that i was even remotely familiar with or hurt of before my name's juliet brown i went to antioch from nineteen eighty nine the fall of nineteen eighty nine to my name is bethany solomon and i went to antioch from nineteen eighty seven to nine hundred ninety two enya have this activist revolutionary history being on the cutting edge of politics of social change and the up was the first place i was at were you could openly be listening gay bisexual transgender wasn't so i hit the campus very sex positive culture we had co ed bathrooms people were really into saks had tons of sex it was not a prudish place to be by any stretch of the imagination very free very open and i like that.

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"antioch college" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"antioch college" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"In the midst of transitioning and as part of that transition he gets injections of testosterone with some might say is an unfair advantage video posted online showed a mix of cheers and boos from the crowd following mac beggs when he's in the process of transitioning from female to male and taking what they describe as a low does have testosterone it was his steroid therapy treatments while wrestling girls that stirred fierce debate about competitive fairness and transgendered rights last season it's been a lot quieter since last year when his march to the state championship was dogged by a lastminute lawsuit the tried to stop him okay two years in a row stay champion undefeated wrestling against girls here's the iranian what makes it more complicated mac beggs wants to wrestle against boys this person considers himself a boy and they will not in the state of texas allow him to wrestle as a boy because they believe it important that people compete in any kind of competitive athletics based upon the gender on their birth certificate i understand that because otherwise you have a bunch of people say well i'll was born male and i am now transitioning to female and then you have a bunch of people competing in a female situation and who are biologically male you also have problems when you feel about the hashtag me to issue i mean a coed wrestling potential problem you think and this era certainly wouldn't be permitted at antioch college begue's family has repeatedly said he wants to wrestle boys the birth certificate rule was approve in two thousand sixteen by the university in her.

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"antioch college" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"antioch college" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"Thirty four minutes after the hour on the michael medved show uh talking about a new newsweek survey that shows astonishing levels of uh people who report sexual harassment and sexual assault both males and females i mentioned before that one of the the the points that they make here involves a problem student who turned up at antioch college antioch college they have the strictest rules imaginable that say that there can be no touching without permission and as the story that begins in late two thousand fourteen todd sanders who is now twenty six was called to meet with a dean because of two asap violations that's their of system to prevent any unwanted touching and there have been these two violation the rim filed against him he says i had gotten very active in my romantic life when i was at antioch he today describes himself as migs sanders who is gender fluid and uses day them they're pronouns i was having difficulty managing being pollyannaish alcohol became a factor ha the dean read a list of complaints mix sanders said some of them came as a surprise but not all mixed sanders said they and the deemed decided they should leave school mix sanders left yellow springs for a while but then returned move into an apartment in town and got a job at a restaurant at another meeting the dean told mix sanders that they were banned from campus mix sanders said the rules were not always closely observe imagine that i remember once i was walking with a few people we stop right at the edge of campus in someone saw me and got really mad at me they said word of make sanders.

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"antioch college" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

KVNT Valley News Talk

03:06 min | 3 years ago

"antioch college" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

"And mypillow dot com i been mentioning this story and it's it's it's a it's not as simple as story as it sounds at first it at first one when i read it i was thing was just another example politically correct silliness but it's not it's a tough situation there is a wrestler who is a transgendered um femaletomale transgendered who just one for the second year in a row the texas girls class six say one hundred and ten pound division mac beggs is eighteen years old he's a senior formulas trinity high school near dallas he entered the tournament outside houston with an undefeated record he's one he and that's the gender he prefers he's one thirty two matches in a row and you might say well naturally agai wrestling against women of course he's going to win but this guy is biologically a woman but he prefers to identify and say in what makes this complicated is he is in the midst of transitioning and as part of that transition he gets injections of testosterone with some might say is an unfair advantage video posted online showed a mix of jeers and boos from the crowd following a mac beggs when he's in the process of transitioning from female to male and taking what they describe as a low dose of testosterone it was his steroid therapy treatments while wrestling girls that stirred fierce debate about competitive fairness and transgendered rights last season spent a lot quieter since last year when uh his march to the state championship was dogged by a lastminute lawsuit the tried to stop him okay two years in a row stay champion undefeated wrestling against girls here's the iranian what makes it more complicated mac beggs wants to wrestle against boys this person considers himself a boy and they will not in the state of texas allow him to wrestle as a boy because they believe it important that people compete in any kind of competitive athletics based upon the gender on their birth certificate i understand that because otherwise you have a bunch of people say well out who was born male on i am now transitioning to female and then you have a bunch of people competing in a female situation and who are biologically male you also have problems when he talked about the hashtag me to issue i mean a coed wrestling potential problem you think and this era certainly wouldn't be permitted at antioch college begue's family has repeatedly said.

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"antioch college" Discussed on WGTK

WGTK

03:03 min | 3 years ago

"antioch college" Discussed on WGTK

"It's it's it's a it's not as simple as story as it sounds sounded first it at first one when i read it i was thing less is just another example of politically correct silliness but it's not it's a tough situation there is a wrestler who is a transgendered femaletomale transgendered who just one for the second year in a row the texas girls class six say one hundred ten pound division mac beggs is eighteen years old he's a senior formula's trinity high school near dallas he entered the tournament outside houston with an undefeated record he's one he and that's the gender he prefers he's one thirty two matches in a row and you might say well naturally agai wrestling against women of course he's going to win but this guy is biologically a woman but he prefers to identify and see and what makes this complicated is he is in the midst of transitioning and as part of that transition he gets injections of testosterone with some might say is an unfair advantage video posted online showed a mix of jeers and boos from the crowd following mac beggs when he's in the process of transitioning from female to male and taking what they describe as a low dose of testosterone it was his steroid therapy treatment while wrestling girls that stirred fierce debate about competitive fairness and transgendered rights last season spent a lot quieter since last year when his march to the state championship was dogged by a lastminute lawsuit the tried to stop him okay two years in a row state champion undefeated wrestling against girls here's the irony what makes it more complicated mac beggs wants to wrestle against boys this person considers himself a boy and they will not in the state of texas allow him to wrestle as a boy because they believe it is important that people compete in any kind of competitive athletics based upon the gender on their birth certificate i understand that because otherwise you have a bunch of people say well all was born male and i am now transitioning to female and then you have a bunch of people competing in a female situation and who are biologically male you also have problems when he thought about the hashtag me to issue i mean added coed wrestling potential problem you think in this era certainly wouldn't be permitted at antioch college begue's family has repeatedly said he wants to wrestle boys the birth certificate rule was approved.

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"antioch college" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

KVNT Valley News Talk

02:44 min | 3 years ago

"antioch college" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

"Leaders to surround themselves with why's it visors and warned whenever necessary of dangerous once heading into yet another election year this dtra talk is long past due for all of us but christians can faithfully live out our dual citizenship without moral compromise for breakpoint i'm johnstone street volvo thirty four minutes after the hour on the michael medved show uh talking about a new newsweek survey that shows astonishing levels of uh people who report sexual harassment and sexual assault both males and females i mentioned before that one of the the the points that they make here involves a problem student who turned up at antioch college antioch college they have the strictest rules imaginable that say that there can be no touching without permission and it's the story the begins in late two thousand fourteen todd sanders who is now 26 was called to meet with a dean because of two asap violations that's their of system to prevent any unwanted touching and there have been these two violations of on filed against him he says i had gotten very active in my romantic life when i was a dante off he today describes himself as migs sanders who was gender fluid and uses they them they're pronouns i was having difficulty managing being pollyannaish alcohol became a factor uh the dean read a list of complaints mix sanders said some of them came as a surprise but not all mix sanders said they end the dean decided they should leave school mix sanders left yellow springs for a while but then returned moved into an apartment in town and got a job at a restaurant at another meeting the dean told mix sanders that they were banned from campus mix sanders said the rules were not always closely observed imagine that i remember once i was walking with a few people we stop right at the edge of campus in someone saw me and got really mad at me they said word of.

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"antioch college" Discussed on WGTK

WGTK

02:13 min | 3 years ago

"antioch college" Discussed on WGTK

"Thirty four minutes after the hour on the michael medved show talking about a new newsweek survey that shows astonishing levels of a people who report sexual harassment and sexual assault both males and females i mentioned before that one of the the the points that they make here involves a problem student who turned up at antioch college antioch college they have the strictest rules imaginable that say that there can be no touching without permission and as the story the begins in late two thousand fourteen todd sanders who is now twenty six was called to meet with a dean because of two assab violations that's their of system to prevent any unwanted touching and there have been these two violations of them filed against him he says i had gotten very active in my romantic life when i was an antiarab he today describes himself as megs sanders who was gender fluid and uses they them their pronounce i was having difficulty managing being poly amorous alcohol became a factor ha the dean read a list of complaints mix sanders said some of them came as a surprise but not all mixed sanders said they and the dean decided they should leave school mix sanders left yellow springs for a while but then returned move into an apartment in town and got a job at a restaurant at another meeting the dean told mix sanders that they were banned from campus mix sanders said the rules were not always closely observe imagine that i remember once i was walking with a few people we stop right at the edge of campus in someone saw me and got really mad at me they said word of make sanders behavior had spread around campus at first some students were unsure how to react because mix sanders was well regarded as an activist for gender fluidity issues.

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"antioch college" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"antioch college" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"This meaning work so how do you avoid those type of issues or pitfalls without denying people an opportunity to have romance on the job people spend forty fifty sixty hours some time working together depending on the job that they're in that romance happens true and about fifteen percent of couples actually find one another at work so um you're right that that does happen i would however caution any boss from dating their employees it has never ever a good idea it will only lead to heartbreak ninety nine percent of the time this this is the unequal distribution of power and so it should mom get dating relationships that can then go south in back color on them so um if you're going to date someone at work well first of all make sure that it's the pierre and not subordinate infecting barely make sure that it's something that they want and have conversation about what happens if it doesn't work out so how would you continue to work together and if neither of you've has the clue sonal don't enter into the delay i'm sure you this is like a a great time of business for those that are involved in conduct training and when it comes to uh what's appropriate not in a sexual thing right i i mean we just took good in its automated sort of an online video course or whatever for ethics and so forth and it seems pretty basic i did get a confirmation but at this point i mean i i want a notary you know what i mean i want somebody who can you initial here and say that it's okay antioch college about fifteen twenty years ago which is a liberal arts college in yellow springs ohio not far from here they got ridiculed and mocked around the country and a lot of radio stations for that matter about the thing where they wanted to have a verbal okay of you know can touch you're kinda take your brawl forecast near you know take you where are we going to go to leave from here to the south of.

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