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Antioch College, the stalwart clarion of human, social and environmental rights, has been galvanized to action by the vast changes in the current political and cultural climate.
Antioch College recently announced the discovery of a 200-year-old flugelhorn on the campus. The horn was hidden in a locked case and plastered into a wall on the second floor of Antioch Hall, where minor renovations began last month.
The CBE is set to open in 2018.
The YS News has come under fire recently for what some perceive as sloppy grammatical standards and practices.
The feisty, cosmopolitan town of Yellow Springs could view itself extraordinarily fortunate to harbor a store that strives to cater to its demanding, world-wise palate.
It’s not often environmentalists can rejoice over a massive spill on an industrial level.
Villagers have wondered why the new hotel is being built so close to Xenia Avenue, as there seems to be plenty of space in back. The answer’s rather pragmatic.
On April 1, the Wellness Center announced that it would expand its offerings, seeking to provide members with new ways of exercising that go beyond caring for their physical forms.
On the first of this month, WYSO will begin to rely exclusively on its 1,200-plus recently-trained Community Voices Corps.
What started out as an ecologist’s dream ended up a nightmare mired in mud, myth and misery.