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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 43 minutes 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 2 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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Yellow Springs News
Japanese culture in bloom in Yellow SpringsOhio Japanese symposium and cultural event, a 10-day blossoming of workshops, t
Japanese culture in bloom in Yellow Springs
Yellow Springs News / Posted 4 days ago
Ohio Japanese symposium and cultural event, a 10-day blossoming of workshops, talks and cultural experiences organized by Antioch College and the Yellow Springs Arts Council. Drawing on a wealth of local talent and a special presentation by two... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
From the highs and lows of Silicon ValleysavingsThe win-win strategy for creating wealth It's a career that started in
From the highs and lows of Silicon Valley
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 8 days ago
savingsThe win-win strategy for creating wealth It's a career that started in the 1970s when the New Jersey teen at Ohio's Antioch College bought himself a Sony video camera. "People had never seen themselves on television - it was like a mirror... Read more
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Yellow Springs News
Suzanne P. Clauseryears participated in the YS High School’s Lay Readers’ Program. She taught on
Suzanne P. Clauser
Yellow Springs News / Posted 10 days ago
years participated in the YS High School’s Lay Readers’ Program. She taught on the faculty of the Rod Serling seminars at Antioch College, and helped found the nonprofit Antioch Writers’ Workshop, where she both served on its faculty and its board... Read more
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Yellow Springs News
A new voice on the air at WYSOshe explored such weighty issues as food security and covered such regional eve
A new voice on the air at WYSO
Yellow Springs News / Posted 11 days ago
she explored such weighty issues as food security and covered such regional events as a 4-H chicken competition. The Antioch College-owned WYSO was well known to Laissle’s WOUB colleagues. Its reputation as “the little station that could” and... Read more
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The Martinsburg Journal
Laurence Leamer is featured author for Book Fairelike to be a coal miner." He was born in Chicago in 1941 and later moved to up
Laurence Leamer is featured author for Book Faire
The Martinsburg Journal / Posted 11 days ago
like to be a coal miner." He was born in Chicago in 1941 and later moved to upstate New York with his family. He attended Antioch College in Ohio, which had a work-study plan. "Early on in my life, I decided that I wanted to experience as many... Read more
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Yellow Springs News
Green Generation builders to finish Thistle Creek2009, when Kline, in partnership with his father-in-law, Roi Qualls, founded Gr
Green Generation builders to finish Thistle Creek
Yellow Springs News / Posted 14 days ago
2009, when Kline, in partnership with his father-in-law, Roi Qualls, founded Green Generation. Kline is a 2003 graduate of Antioch College, where he majored in environmental studies. He’s “always been into building things,” he said, and Green... Read more
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Yellow Springs News
Jewel Graham memorial setA memorial service celebrating the life of Precious Jewel Graham, long-time fac
Jewel Graham memorial set
Yellow Springs News / Posted 18 days ago
A memorial service celebrating the life of Precious Jewel Graham, long-time faculty member of Antioch College, will be held at 2 p.m. on Saturday, April 30, in the Glen Helen Vernet Ecological Center. Jewel was an active resident of the village, a... Read more
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The Buffalo News
Tony Conrad, pioneering artist and UB professorperformance artist in the 1970s, when, according to the Burchfield Penney Art C
Tony Conrad, pioneering artist and UB professor
The Buffalo News / Posted 21 days ago
performance artist in the 1970s, when, according to the Burchfield Penney Art Center, he got his first teaching position at Antioch College in Yellow Springs, Ohio. He moved to Buffalo in 1976 to join the University at Buffalo’s wildly experimental... Read more
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Yellow Springs News
Fold paper cranes for peace at Arts Alive! eventitems, including paper cranes. The Arts Alive! event is part of a collaborativ
Fold paper cranes for peace at Arts Alive! event
Yellow Springs News / Posted 25 days ago
items, including paper cranes. The Arts Alive! event is part of a collaborative effort between the YS Arts Council and Antioch College which invites community members to help meet the goal of folding 1,000 origami cranes. This effort was... Read more
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Yellow Springs News
Antioch Eco-Village— ‘Pioneers’ share vision, plansmember. “It’s just always been interesting to me.” The Eco-Village Pioneers go
Antioch Eco-Village— ‘Pioneers’ share vision, plans
Yellow Springs News / Posted 25 days ago
member. “It’s just always been interesting to me.” The Eco-Village Pioneers got their start last spring, in tandem with Antioch College’s charrette, or public planning meeting, devoted to the concept of intergenerational housing on campus.... Read more

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