Winter 2015

Life, Liberty and the Pursuit of Co-Op in Washington, D.C.

Political Economy majors Gabe Iglesia and Sara Goldstein, both in the graduating class of 2016, recently arrived back on campus from their winter co-ops in Washington, D.C., with stories of adventure and growth. Sara and Gabe are the first Antiochians since re-opening to co-op at the White House and the U.S. Department of State, respectively.
By Kateri Kosta and Sara Goldstein ’16

We Started the Crusade for Affirmative Consent Way Back in the ’90s

Editor’s Note: This article by alumna Bethany Saltman ’92 originally appeared in New York Magazine’s The Cut on October 22, 2014.
By Bethany Saltman, ‘92

Summer of ’65

A look back at Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s historic commencement address to the Class of 1965.
By Nicole Wroten-Craw

My Co-Op with Marilyn

For years, Antioch’s co-op program has touted placing students in unique settings and adventurous situations. On September 15, 1954, exactly 60 years ago this past fall, I was on such a co-op.
By Doug Cornell ’54

The 'Un'selfie Project

We asked our students to show us what they’ve done on co-op—in the form of an ‘UN’selfie.
By Steffanie Marchese