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The concept of sustainability has been central to Antioch’s mission since its rebirth in 2011. And the farm remains at the heart of the school’s curriculum and identity.
With excitement growing in the stands, the Bulldogs dispatched the visiting Lions in three high-energy sets, 25–15, 25–9, 25–17.
With the new academic year in full swing, the Yellow Springs School Board will take time Saturday, Oct. 5, to talk about the future.
October 10, 2019 Bulldog Sports Roundup
The Antioch Farm came under scrutiny this summer when a villager campaigned against the college’s plan to butcher nine farm lambs as part of the school’s farm-to-table program. The ensuing controversy over the fate of the animals opens an opportunity to look at the Antioch Farm and its role in the college’s sustainability efforts.
October 3, 2019 Bulldog Sports Roundup
The state’s annual district report cards, based mostly on the results of those tests, were released earlier this month. Yellow Springs received a “C” overall for the 2018–19 school year, down from a “B” for the prior year. The overall grade combines the grades of six different categories measured by the state.
The Yellow Springs business owner and father of three, Miguel Espinosa posted a $10,000 bond Tuesday, Sept. 17, the day after a U.S. immigration judge granted the bond, citing Espinosa’s standing in the community in allowing his release from federal detention while the local resident challenges deportation proceedings.
September 26, 2019 Bulldog Sports Roundup
A federal immigration judge decided on Monday morning, Sept, 16, that villager Miguel Espinosa could be released on a $10,000 bond.