Nonstop in Transition


The Nonstop Liberal Arts Institute is now The Nonstop Institute of Yellow Springs.

Nonstop will continue to bring arts, culture and academic programming to Yellow Springs, Ohio and the greater Miami Valley, and to keep Antioch’s far-flung alumni and friends connected to the region via online streaming of our programming. Nonstop is made up of the former faculty, staff and alumni of Antioch College as well as Yellow Springs residents, and seeks to preserve the values of Antioch and to contribute to the revitalization of the college currently in progress.

Nonstop is in the process of incorporating as a non-profit 501c3 organization, and is no longer under the umbrella of the Antioch College Alumni Association’s College Revival Fund. With the June 30th agreement between Antioch University and the Antioch College Alumni Board in place, the CRF will focus on raising funds for the opening of an independent Antioch College. Nonstop would like to thank the CRF for its support over the past year.

Nonstop will continue to carry on the values of Antioch in Yellow Springs during this period of transition and revitalization for the college. If you would like to support Nonstop in its mission to create civic and educationally innovative learning opportunities, research, arts and education related events, lectures and performances in Yellow Springs and beyond, please consider making a donation.
 
Learn more about the transition…
 
 

Chris Hill presents Nonstop and AB proposal to the Community at the Summer Alumni Festival

A task force made up of members of Nonstop and the Antioch College Alumni Board has been working since March to develop a proposal outlining projects that could maintain the momentum built by Nonstop over the past year in revitalizing the college… Beverly Rodgers also discusses the formation of a 501c3 for Nonstop.


 
 

Read the Proposal

proposalicon    Download the Nonstop/Alumni Board Proposal to the Board Pro Tem!
 
 

Nonstop’s Summer Alumni Festival

The SAF drew more than a hundred Antioch College alumni and Friends of Nonstop for four days of programming which was streamed continuously from Yellow Springs. Check out our video archive!
 
Nonstop Video Archive