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Philly.com
William Goldschmidt Jr., 68, special educatora bachelor's degree in history from Allentown College in 1970 and, four years l
William Goldschmidt Jr., 68, special educator
Philly.com / Posted 23 hours ago
a bachelor's degree in history from Allentown College in 1970 and, four years later, a master's in special education from Antioch College, in Ohio. He began his career in 1972 at the Don Guanella School for the disabled in Springfield, Delaware... Read more
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Yellow Springs News
Reception this Saturday at Antioch School—Chris Powell to retirea school on the Navajo reservation. Powell came to Yellow Springs in the early
Reception this Saturday at Antioch School—Chris Powell to retire
Yellow Springs News / Posted 10 days ago
a school on the Navajo reservation. Powell came to Yellow Springs in the early 1970s with her young family and enrolled at Antioch College in 1979 to complete her education. She got her bachelor’s degree in elementary education there in 1981, and... Read more
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Yellow Springs News
Addressing LGBTQ healthan open, loving, accepting community.” Other community collaborators include t
Addressing LGBTQ health
Yellow Springs News / Posted 10 days ago
an open, loving, accepting community.” Other community collaborators include the Little Art, which is donating the space, Antioch College and the Yellow Springs Chamber of Commerce. Terilli added, “It’s just so important that people feel they... Read more
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Cincinnati CityBeat
Tiny Townsof family-friendly attractions. Get to know some wildlife at Glen Helen Nature
Tiny Towns
Cincinnati CityBeat / Posted 11 days ago
of family-friendly attractions. Get to know some wildlife at Glen Helen Nature Preserve, a 1,000-acre nonprofit donated to Antioch College in 1929. The preserve admits between 150 and 200 injured birds of prey every year and is able to release... Read more
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The Columbus Dispatch
Resurgent Antioch College retains ideals amid new goals Education databases Eight years after Antioch College closed and not quite f
Resurgent Antioch College retains ideals amid new goals
The Columbus Dispatch / Posted 14 days ago
Education databases Eight years after Antioch College closed and not quite five years after it reopened, the 166-year-old institution in Yellow Springs can boast of achievements few would have... Read more
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Yellow Springs News
Antioch School Forest Kindergarten— Where the wild things areor above, we go outside.” This year’s Kindergarten class has 10 students — 12
Antioch School Forest Kindergarten— Where the wild things are
Yellow Springs News / Posted 17 days ago
or above, we go outside.” This year’s Kindergarten class has 10 students — 12 is the limit. They’re assisted by first-year Antioch College student Bailey Bermond, who worked part time with the class earlier in the year through the Miller Fellows... Read more
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Breitbart
Gay Author Decries Transsexual Gender Switching, Calls for Sexual Diversityhis raw (to put it mildly) material into the enlightening and funny vignettes o
Gay Author Decries Transsexual Gender Switching, Calls for Sexual Diversity
Breitbart / Posted 23 days ago
his raw (to put it mildly) material into the enlightening and funny vignettes of “Diary of a Drag Queen.” For its part, Antioch College is apologizing for giving offense but nonetheless standing by the editorial decision to run Harris’s... Read more
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Yellow Springs News
Literary launch celebrates symposium on black women and performanceThe Yellow Springs Human Relations Commission, The 365 Project, the Performance
Literary launch celebrates symposium on black women and performance
Yellow Springs News / Posted 27 days ago
The Yellow Springs Human Relations Commission, The 365 Project, the Performance Program of Antioch College and the literary journal “Obsidian: Literature and Arts in the African Diaspora” are partnering to launch a special issue of “Obsidian”... Read more
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Yellow Springs News
Co-housing group to host informational eventThe Antioch Eco-Village Pioneers, a group of villagers who aim to live in co-ho
Co-housing group to host informational event
Yellow Springs News / Posted 29 days ago
The Antioch Eco-Village Pioneers, a group of villagers who aim to live in co-housing on the Antioch College campus, will present an informational event this Sunday, May 1, from 2 to 4 p.m. at the Yellow Springs Senior Center. Everyone is invited, and... Read more

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