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
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
A look back at Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s historic commencement address to the Class of 1965.
By Nicole Wroten-Craw
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
We asked our students to show us what they’ve done on co-op—in the form of an ‘UN’selfie.
By Steffanie Marchese