“We shall not cease from exploration, and the end of all our exploring will be to arrive where we started and know the place for the first time.”
“Lots of people think they have to decide at the beginning and stick with it, but that closes a lot of doors.”
—Dylan Rauch ’08.
By Matt Desjardins
“People are aware here and educated in ways that most people elsewhere are not. Antiochians are more conscientious of their needs and in many ways, more realistic,” said Antioch College campus physician, Dr. Donald Gronbeck ’02.
“I owe my city planning career… to my time at Antioch. …
I was able to test my ideas through co-ops and the community. …
I feel like I got two lifetimes of experience as an activist—one at Antioch, and one after.”
Jewel arrived at Antioch College to work as an administrative assistant in the Antioch Program for Interracial Education. She advanced to establish Antioch’s social work program, where she taught courses in social work, law, race, women’s studies, cross-cultural studies and writing.