Joan Steitz ’63

May 07, 2015

Joan A. Steitz, Ph.D. Sterling Professor of Molecular Biophysics and Biochemistry Investigator, Howard Hughes Medical Institute Brief Biography

Cyndie Bellen-Berthezene ‘75

March 11, 2015

Photos courtesy of Time In

Nora Newcombe ’72

February 01, 2015

Nora S. Newcombe ’72 is Laura H. Carnell Professor of Psychology and James H. Glackin Distinguished Faculty Fellow at Temple University. She received her Ph.D. in 1976 from Harvard University. Her research focuses on spatial cognition and development, and the development of episodic memory. She is currently Principal Investigator of the NSF-funded Spatial Intelligence and Learning Center (SILC). Dr.

Jeffrey Fraenkel ‘77

January 06, 2015

Within arm’s reach of his desk at Fraenkel Gallery, Jeffrey Fraenkel keeps the rejection letter from the graduate program in photography at the San Francisco Art Institute.

Lee Stockdale ’75

December 05, 2014

As Antioch prepares for its Reunion and Commencement Weekend 2015: From Civil Rights to Social Justice, I thought fellow Antiochians might be interested to know something about my father, Grant Stockdale, friend of, and ambassador to Ireland under, President John F. Kennedy.

Bernard Guyer '65

November 06, 2014


Interviews by Kaleigh Harris' 15

September 30, 2014

Soon to be graduate Kaleigh Harris ’15 spent her co-op exploring and investigating the meaning of being an Antiochian. Under the tutelage of co-op faculty Brooke Bryan and with her own creative ingenuity and willpower, Kaleigh set off on a cross country tour interviewing alumni. Hear the voices of co-op students by following the co-op blog.

"New York Crank"

June 26, 2014

The Office of Communications stumbled upon a blog last week called “New York Crank.” The blog, written by an unknown alum, is titled, “Antioch College gets its groove back.”

Kristine Hofstra ’91

May 30, 2014

Kristine Hofstra ’91 has a high-power career in the world of IT and international consulting. Her current position is a far cry from her days studying theater at Antioch, but, she says, her Antioch experience prepared her for more than just a job. It prepared her for a great life—including participating as an athlete in the 2014 Gay Games!

Karl Grossman '64

March 26, 2014

Alumnus Karl Grossman ’64 is a professor of journalism at the State University of New York College at Old Westbury. For more than 45 years he has pioneered the combination of investigative reporting and environmental journalism in a variety of media.