Antioch College is committed to the goal of achieving equal opportunity for all and, accordingly, does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, expression and characteristics, age, religion, national or ethnic origin, visible or invisible disability, or status as a disabled veteran of the Vietnam era.
The College complies with federal and state legislation and regulations regarding nondiscrimination.
The one undoubted extant work of Theophilus, the 7th Bishop of Antioch (c. 183), is his Apology to Autolycus (Apologia ad Autolycum), a series of books defending Christianity written to a pagan friend.
The ostensible object of Ad Autolycum is to convince a pagan friend, Autolycus, a man of great learning and an earnest seeker after truth, of the divine authority of the Christian religion, while at the same time exhibiting the falsehood and absurdity of paganism.
Also included in that agreement is a “me-too” clause, which requires the state to offer the same terms to Antioch that it offers to other water users in the region.
Consent means verbally asking and verbally giving or denying consent for all levels of sexual behavior.
Non-consensual sexual behavior, verbal and sexual harassment are not tolerated at Antioch College.
(Susan Tripp Pollard/Staff) ANTIOCH — With discussions having ceased, the city has filed a claim with the state to be “made whole” from the increased impact on the city’s water supply from the state’s Water Fix project.
The claim argues that the Contra Costa Water District’s deal struck last year with the state Department of Water Resources is “substantially more favorable” than the city’s agreement with the state.