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From The Print Section :: Page 24

  • A sacred invitation to unity

    Yellow Springs resident Irene Bedard and Dayton resident Tom Bensman are working with the Miami Valley Council for Native Americans to host the first annual Five Rivers Chautauqua: Mending the Sacred Hoop June 19–28 at various sites in Dayton. For the full schedule of chautauqua events go to fiveriverschautauqua and click on the blue bar. (Photo by Lauren Heaton)

    Irene Bedard has a broad indigenous heritage with the Inupiaq, Yup’ik, Cree and French Canadian people.

  • ADA compliance project: Sorry, no exit, nor entrance

    Antioch College student Cleo van der Veen organized The Go! Project last Friday, locking all but handicapped-accessible doors on campus to raise awareness about mobility and accessibility standards. (Photo by Matt Minde)

    Antioch College Student Cleo van der Veen’s “The Go! Accessibility Project” was conceived to give those who take their ambulation for granted a peek at how some get around campus without front-door access.

  • Bev Price memorial planned


    A memorial for Bev Price will be held Tuesday, June 23, at 2 p.m., at the First Presbyterian Church.

  • Leonard ‘Alan’ Jordan


    Leonard “Alan” Jordan died peacefully at home in Brattleboro, Vt., on June 9, 2015, at the age of 61.

  • Roger Husbands memorial


    A memorial for Roger Husbands will be held Sunday, June 21, at 2 p.m., in the Foundry Theater at Antioch College.

  • First class faced, rose to challenges

    Twenty-one students will graduate at Antioch College’s first commencement since reopening Saturday, June 20, at 10 a.m. on the campus lawn between North Hall and Main Building. The students were part of the revived college’s inaugural class, which entered 35-strong in the fall of 2011. Shown here are some members of the Class of 2015, who gathered in March on the back steps of Main Building. From left, front row: Kaleigh Harris, Rufus the dog and Dustin Maple; second row: Diana Zavala-Lopez, Nargees Jumahan, Maya Lindgren, Megan Miller and Elijah Blanton; third row: Zebedee Reichart, Ethan Kellaway, Rachel Smith, Justin Moore; top row: Guy “Jack” Matthews, Brendon Deal, Perri Freeman and Marianthe Bickett. (Submitted photo by Kaleigh Harris)

    Pioneers. Risk takers. Antioch’s poster children. “The chosen ones.”

  • Indians remain unbeaten


    The Winds Cafe Indians have jumped out to an early season lead, with a 3–0 undefeated record after the second week of play.

  • AU embraces Peace Corps


    While Jason Rhoades was a student at Michigan Technical Institute in 2006, he joined the Peace Corps and earned graduate school credit working on reforestation and renewable energy projects in Armenia.

  • Pig out and about


    Antioch College fourth-year student Perrin Ellsworth went nose to nose with Penelope the therapy pig.

  • Village Council— Council dips into mayor’s role


    At its meeting Monday, June 1, Village Council held an initial discussion on potential revisions to the Village Charter, including the replacement of mayor with a member of Village Council.