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Rutland Herald
The end of an era at Rokeby |in itself is quite fascinating. Possessed with an adventurous spirit, she left
Rutland Herald / Posted 16 hours ago
in itself is quite fascinating. Possessed with an adventurous spirit, she left small-town Minnesota in 1968 to attend Antioch College. After earning a bachelor’s degree in history, she went on to earn a degree in library science from Columbia... Read more
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Yellow Springs News
Preserving vital local black historyJohn Gudgel has had family in Yellow Springs since the 1890s; Kevin McGruder ca
Yellow Springs News / Posted 2 days ago
John Gudgel has had family in Yellow Springs since the 1890s; Kevin McGruder came to the village via Antioch College only five years ago. Together, these two historians are trying to preserve some vital local history that is in danger of being lost.... Read more
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Yellow Springs News
Mayor, Council races spark interest as filing deadline nearsthe race will serve for four years and the second for two years. The newcomer
Yellow Springs News / Posted 2 days ago
the race will serve for four years and the second for two years. The newcomer candidates are Stokes, an IT specialist for Antioch College, and Kreeger, a registered nurse and graduate of the Antioch University Ph.D program in Leadership and... Read more
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Yellow Springs News
A gutsy, pioneering sculptorRenata Manasse Schwebel will go on display Thursday, July 13, in a new one-pers
Yellow Springs News / Posted 2 days ago
Renata Manasse Schwebel will go on display Thursday, July 13, in a new one-person exhibition at the Herndon Gallery on the Antioch College campus. An opening reception from 4–6 p.m. and a gallery talk by the artist will kick off the college’s 2017... Read more
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Yellow Springs News
Glen hikers rescued after branch fallsyounger woman suffered a possible broken ankle and the older woman had cuts and
Yellow Springs News / Posted 4 days ago
younger woman suffered a possible broken ankle and the older woman had cuts and bruises. They were taken to Greene Memorial Hospital. Along with the squad, the Yellow Springs Police Department and Antioch College Security responded to the situat... Read more
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Springfield News-Sun
National NAACP leader draws 100 people at AntiochA national NAACP leader addressed nearly 100 Antioch College alumni and communi
Springfield News-Sun / Posted 7 days ago
A national NAACP leader addressed nearly 100 Antioch College alumni and community members Friday, telling them, “We are the manufacturers of critical thinkers of tomorrow.” Derrick Johnson, the vice chair of the NAACP National Board of Directors,... Read more
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Dayton Daily News
National NAACP leader draws 100 people at AntiochDerrick Johnson, vice chair for NAACP National Board of Directors speaks, at An
Dayton Daily News / Posted 7 days ago
Derrick Johnson, vice chair for NAACP National Board of Directors speaks, at Antioch College. SARAH CAVENDER / STAFF A national NAACP leader addressed nearly 100 Antioch College alumni and community members Friday, telling them, “We are the... Read more
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Yellow Springs News
Wound up SpringsBrewery co-owner Lisa Wolters. Festival sponsors included the Brewery, YS Chamb
Yellow Springs News / Posted 8 days ago
Brewery co-owner Lisa Wolters. Festival sponsors included the Brewery, YS Chamber, Dunphy Real Estate, Toxic Beauty, Dayton.com, WYSO and Antioch College. A third festival is planned for next summer. Related posts: No comments yet for this arti... Read more
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Yellow Springs News
Politics, music (and blood) in YSTC’s Caesarsummer Shakespeare offering to its calendar last year with a production of “Muc
Yellow Springs News / Posted 9 days ago
summer Shakespeare offering to its calendar last year with a production of “Much Ado about Nothing,” presented on the Antioch College campus with the iconic main building as a backdrop. The move to Mills Lawn this summer was prompted by a... Read more
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Yellow Springs News
World House Choir seeks new members; will host guest artist DeMoreThe World House Choir will welcome new singers at its rehearsal on Monday, July
Yellow Springs News / Posted 14 days ago
The World House Choir will welcome new singers at its rehearsal on Monday, July 10, in the Foundry Theater on the Antioch College campus. New members are asked to arrive at 6:30 p.m. for a short orientation before rehearsal, which will begin at 7... Read more
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Yellow Springs News
Lloyd Webster Kennedyagriculture at Purdue, and at Ohio State, from which he received a master’s deg
Yellow Springs News / Posted 15 days ago
agriculture at Purdue, and at Ohio State, from which he received a master’s degree in 1937. Lloyd’s first job was with Antioch College, where he became a successful manager of their hybrid seed corn company, a new science at the time. When... Read more
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Yellow Springs News
Moonshotof costume changes created by costume artist Miriam Eckenrode. As of this post
Yellow Springs News / Posted 20 days ago
of costume changes created by costume artist Miriam Eckenrode. As of this posting, we have one more opportunity at the Antioch College Amphitheater 7:30pm Sunday night to convince Luna her fortunes best lie here with us. Arrive at 7pm so that... Read more
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Yellow Springs News
After 26 years, mayor calls it a dayquickly became involved in a variety of spheres in the village’s life. He worke
Yellow Springs News / Posted 23 days ago
quickly became involved in a variety of spheres in the village’s life. He worked at the time in the development office at Antioch College, Diane was director at the Children’s Center, they were members of First Presbyterian Church, and he served a... Read more
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Yellow Springs News
Rediscovered guide to lead hikers through Glen, historyKen Hunt in the late 1950s. Hunt was the first director of the Glen, coming to
Yellow Springs News / Posted 24 days ago
Ken Hunt in the late 1950s. Hunt was the first director of the Glen, coming to Yellow Springs in 1946 to teach biology at Antioch College and to head up the Glen. As both a conservationist and an educator, Hunt was passionate about “the... Read more
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Yellow Springs News
Forgotten Springs, vol. 4 — Antioch Power Plantand rebuilds in its own image. Such a transformation is taking place at the sit
Yellow Springs News / Posted 26 days ago
and rebuilds in its own image. Such a transformation is taking place at the site of the old power plant that used to serve Antioch College, whose catwalks and pipes run alongside branches and vines like mechanical tendrils. The power plant is an... Read more
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Yellow Springs News
After 41 years, the end of a reelGuild, which from the 1950s owned a chain of cinemas that by the 1980s had most
Yellow Springs News / Posted 29 days ago
Guild, which from the 1950s owned a chain of cinemas that by the 1980s had mostly become porno halls, to the auspices of Antioch College, to private ownership, to the nonprofit enterprise of today. When Holyoke started, concessions consisted of... Read more
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Dayton Daily News
INVESTIGATION: Is Southwest Ohio ‘overinvested’ in higher education?Richard Hauck, a senior graduating this year at Antioch College, gives a presen
Dayton Daily News / Posted 29 days ago
Richard Hauck, a senior graduating this year at Antioch College, gives a presentation he’s required to give in order to graduate. Hauck said attending a college that recently reopened has been challenging at times. He is part of the second class of... Read more
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The Hamilton Journal News
INVESTIGATION: Is Southwest Ohio ‘overinvested’ in higher education?Richard Hauck, a senior graduating this year at Antioch College, gives a presen
The Hamilton Journal News / Posted 29 days ago
Richard Hauck, a senior graduating this year at Antioch College, gives a presentation he’s required to give in order to graduate. Hauck said attending a college that recently reopened has been challenging at times. He is part of the second class of... Read more
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Dayton Daily News
Ohio SPCA targets Erie, Knox County animal shelter gas chambersanimal shelters in the state to destroy or remove their gas chambers. LOCAL NE
Dayton Daily News / Posted 30 days ago
animal shelters in the state to destroy or remove their gas chambers. LOCAL NEWS: INVESTIGATION: Thanks to alumni, Antioch College survived its own death “It is time to declare Ohio a no-gassing state," said Ohio SPCA Executive Director,... Read more

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