For Alumni & Friends of Antioch College
Contributions, Letters, and Class Notes Welcome
Contributions of articles, photographs, and artwork to The Antiochian are welcome. All submissions will be edited for length, spelling, grammar, and editorial style. The Office of Communications will notify you if your submission is accepted for publication. Send potential contributions to: firstname.lastname@example.org or standard post (see below).
Letters should be no longer than 150 words, must refer to an article that has appeared in The Antiochian, and must include the writer’s full name, class year (if applicable), as well as city and state of residence.
No attachments, please. We do not publish anonymous letters. Send letters to: email@example.com or standard post (see below).
Class Notes should be 75 words or less and written in the third person. Send notes to: firstname.lastname@example.org or standard post (see below).
Photos and images submitted to be published with the Class Notes will be selected based on photo quality and space available. For best quality, digital photos should be submitted in at least 3″ X 5″ size at 300 dpi (or 900 x 1500 pixels). Prints may be submitted by mail. Photos may be cropped or touched-up before print.
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Please note: While we appreciate all feedback, we reserve the right not to publish everything that is submitted. Contributions and letters may be edited for length, clarity, or style standards.
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