We asked some of our most visionary alumni, students, faculty, staff, and board members to think about the years and decades to come—and to tell us how they see Antioch University and its alumni contributing. These are their answers.
Between 1964 and 1975, Antioch grew from having one campus in Yellow Springs, Ohio to having more than forty separate campuses, centers, clusters, and circuits spread across the United States and beyond.
For decades, José Ramos-Horta labored for the freedom of his country. His journey led to the UN, to Antioch, and even to the Nobel Peace Prize. Nothing was as good as going home.
Everything I do is truly collaborative work,” says Tracy Rector ’06 (Antioch Seattle, MA in Education), a storyteller who has directed and produced over 400 short films and five feature…