The 36th edition of the the Fiske Guide to Colleges, a bestselling college guide for high school students and their parents, includes Antioch College among the “best and most interesting” schools in the United States.
“Part social activist, part granola, and part anarchist with plenty of none-of-the-above mixed in, Antioch is a haven for square pegs,” the Guide states. “After shutting its doors for three years, Antioch is now back in business and offering its signature co-op program: academic study interspersed with 11-week work experiences. March and protest to change the world, then get a job. Cool.”
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Edward B. Fiske, who served for 17 years as education editor of The New York Times, wrote the Fiske Guide to Colleges because he believed college-bound students and their families needed better information on which to base their educational choices. Updated annually with the Fiske editorial team, the Fiske Guide to Colleges is considered the most authoritative source of information for college-bound students and their parents.
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