Suppose they gave a Commencement and no one commenced. Antioch College did just that in 1880, having no graduates that year.
Beginning in 1839, both as a way to edify women with little access to higher education and as a source of revenue, Margaret Fuller began to hold her now famous “conversations.”
The November 1946 Board of Trustees meeting included a presentation on the educational program in race relations at Antioch College with comments from students, including Nina Hamilton Anthony, sister of the famous novelist, Virginia Hamilton.
What follows appeared in the very first issue of the earliest College publication in Antiochiana, not to mention the earliest known account of an Antioch Christmas break.
A selection from Antiochiana’s file of Antioch greeting cards from holidays past.
In a well-timed coda of letters to Horace Mann Jr. in Hawaii, his mother Mary Mann opens with a thought shared then and now by millions and millions of people around the world: the monumental importance ascribed to the outcome of an American presidential election.