Grad Decade: 1970s

Dr. Maria Gitin ’79

Dr. Maria Gitin ’79 (Midwest, BA) was the featured lecturer at Mercer University’s celebration of Women’s History Month. Her presentation, “This Bright Light of Ours: Stories from the Voting Rights Fight,” featured seldom-seen historical photos and stories of her experiences.

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Scott Ryan ’78

Scott Ryan ’78 (Antioch College, BA) was listed as one of the Best 15 Architects in Reno and Tahoe by builddirect.com.

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Idris Ackamoor ’73

Idris Ackamoor ’73 (Antioch College, BA) and The Pyramids returned with a new opus, Shaman! It features original 1970s Pyramids member Dr. Margaux Simmons ’77 (Antioch College, BA) on flute, Bobby Cobb on guitar, Sandra Poindexter on violin, Ruben Ramos on bass, Gioele Pagliaccia on drums, and Jack Yglesias on percussion.

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Jerome Glenn ’71

Jerome Glenn ’71 (New England, MA) completed and presented a three-year global study Work/Technology 2050: Scenarios and Actions on what to do about the potential futures of work and technology.

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Julia Reichert ’70

Julia Reichert ’70 (Antioch College, BA) won an Academy Award for the best feature-length documentary American Factory. She co-directed it with her longtime partner and collaborator, Steve Bognar, and her nephew Jeff Reichert. American Factory is the first documentary released by Barack and Michelle Obama’s production company. This was Reichert’s fourth Oscar nomination. She launched her career with a film she made while attending Antioch College. Growing Up Female examines female socialization through the lives of six women. It was one of several films shown as part of Julia Reichert: 50 Years in Film, a retrospective at the Cleveland Institute

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Rob Moir ’79, ’02

Rob Moir ’79, ’02 (New England, MS, PhD) was recognized in 2018 as a distinguished biographee of Marquis Who’s Who. Dr. Moir is the founder of the Ocean River Institute, Inc., Global Warming Solutions, and the founding board chairman for Ocean Champions.

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The Pyramids

The Pyramids: Idris Ackamoor, Sandra Poindexter, David Molina, Skyler Stover, Bradie Speller ’74 (Antioch College, BA) were featured in an article in Rolling Stone Magazine for their latest album, An Angel Fell, released by Strut in May, 2018.

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Avi Lank ’71

Avi Lank ’71 (Antioch College, BA) was interviewed on WUWM 89.7, Milwaukee’s NPR station. Lank was an award-winning reporter and columnist at the Milwaukee Sentinel and Journal Sentinel for more than 35 years and is the co-author of The Man Who Painted the Universe, the story of a planetarium in the north woods of Wisconsin, published in 2015 by the Wisconsin Historical Society Press. He is an occasional panelist on the Interchange program on Milwaukee Public Television and his freelance work has appeared in Milwaukee Magazine, among other places.

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Jane Flint ’71

Jane Flint ’71 (Antioch College, BA) published two poems, “Cure,” and “Unconditional,” in Carbon Culture Review, an online literary journal.

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Julia Reichert ’70

Julia Reichert ’70 (Antioch College, BA) and Steve Bognar are Academy Award-nominated Yellow Springs filmmakers. Their latest documentary about Fuyao Glass America will soon be available for streaming. The film will be shown on Netflix under a partnership between the streaming video company and former President Barack Obama’s and Michelle Obama’s company Higher Ground Productions.

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Lynne Freeman ’79, ’82

Lynne Freeman ’79, ’82 (Los Angeles, BA, MA Clinical Psych.) recently launched a new online mental health directory at psychotherapesource.com and welcomes participation by Antioch psychology alumni. A specialist in anxiety disorders, she operates a private practice in Encino, CA, and is a lecturer and frequent commentator for radio and television. She published a book, Panic Free, in 1999.

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Arlene Hilton ’79

Arlene Hilton ’79 (Philadelphia, BA) is a professional jazz singer and event producer in Philadelphia, where she performs regularly with some of the city’s top jazz musicians.

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