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Articles by Diane Chiddister :: Page 2

  • Antioch College names new president

    Thomas Manley, current president of the Pacific Northwest College of Art, has been named the new president of Antioch College. (Submitted photo by Matthew Miller)

    Thomas Manley, the current president of the Pacific Northwest College of Art in Portland, has been chosen the new president of Antioch College.

  • Turning guilt and shame into wearable art

    Lara Bauer and Cathy Paige are shown with some of the materials participants may use for The Fashion Show, a project for women to explore the themes of guilt, shame and resentment.

    The Fashion Show, an ongoing project exploring the themes of resentment, shame and guilt in women’s lives, will begin with a workshop this Sunday, Nov. 13, and continue until Women’s Voices Out Loud in March, 2016.

  • Unlocking the muse for art

    Nathan Foley, standing, Brandon Lowery, left and Jesse Thayer will talk about their experience being locked in the Yellow Springs Arts Council gallery at 7 p.m. this Friday, Nov. 13, at the gallery on Corry Street.

    Three artists were locked in the Yellow Springs Arts Council Gallery for three days this week. A reception for their creation will take place this Friday, Nov. 13, from 6 to 9 at the gallery.

  • Village council— An eye on economic growth


    At their Aug. 24 meeting, Village Council members agreed on three steps to move forward on local economic development. The steps were in response to a presentation by Assistant Village Manager John Yung on “Ideas and Strategies for Economic Prosperity,” which Yung also described as “reflections after seven and a half months in Yellow Springs.”

  • AU leadership program grows

    Shown above are 20 members of Antioch University’s Ph.D. in Leadership and Change Class of 2015, shown at AU Midwest following their Aug. 1 commencement. Altogether, the group included 23 graduates from 14 states and three countries. (Submitted Photo by Andy Snow )

    Now in its 15th year, the Antioch University doctorate degree in leadership and change has graduated about 170 men and women who are schooled in leadership in the context of the historic Antioch values of racial, economic and social justice.

  • Council moves on policing


    At their Aug. 24 meeting, Village Council members agreed to move forward in addressing concerns regarding local police and the community.

  • Three candidates out of race


    Three out of the seven candidates who filed to run for seats on Village Council are no longer in the race, having been found ineligible due to problems with their petitions.

  • Cemex wins zoning battle


    The five-year effort by the international cement company Cemex to expand its mining operation in Greene County came to a conclusion favorable to Cemex but unfavorable to the company’s neighbors Monday night, Aug. 17, when the Fairborn City Council unanimously voted to rezone 450 acres of land from agriculture to mining, overturning an earlier ruling by that city’s planning board.

  • Deceased man identified


    Yellow Springs police confirmed that the body of a local man was found dead this morning in a car parked on Winter Street. The death appeared to be from natural causes.

  • 2015 local election— Council, Trustees races robust

    Candidates for Village Council (*Denotes incumbent)

    A week after the filing deadline for candidates, this fall’s races for Village Council and Miami Township Trustee look robust, while the school board contest is decidedly calmer, with no challengers for two incumbents. Election Day is Tuesday, Nov. 3.