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Higher Education Section

  • YSCF accepting proposals for Miller Fellowship

    The YS Community Foundation is currently accepting proposals from local nonprofit groups for the 2017–18 Miller Fellowships.

    The Miller Fellowship Program, an annual project of the Yellow Springs Community Foundation, or YSCF, is currently accepting proposals for the upcoming 2018–19 academic year.

  • And they’re off!

    Shown above "crossing the mound” following the event were graduates Ellie Burck, Odette Chavez-Mayo and Michelle Fujii. (Photo by Diane Chiddister)

    Forty-four Antioch College students graduated last Saturday at the college commencement.

  • Winslow to retire from Antioch College Board

    Antioch College Main Building.

    After 23 years of service to Antioch College, Barbara Winslow will retire from the Antioch College Board of Trustees.

  • Antioch Village draws crowd

    Antioch College is now looking for buyers for an eight-unit pocket neighborhood on East North College Street, the first phase of the Antioch College Village project. The designs of the neighborhood and its “deep green” homes, shown here in an architect’s rendering, were unveiled at a meeting last Thursday, May 24. Four of the envisioned units can be seen across a shared community area. (Rendering courtesy of McLennan Design)

    Last week about 60 villagers came out for the unveiling of the Antioch College Village pilot project — a planned pocket neighborhood of small homes on the north side of East North College Street.

  • Restorative Justice Conference this weekend

    A two-day conference on restorative justice and sexual violence takes place this weekend in Yellow Springs.

  • AUM moves ahead with building sale

    Antioch University is selling its Midwest building, located at 900 Dayton St. (Photo by Megan Bachman)

    Antioch University is stepping up efforts to sell its Midwest campus building on the western edge of Yellow Springs.

  • Women’s March co-founder Tamika Mallory— Struggle against racism continues

    Tamika Mallory, co-president of the Women’s March, stands in front of a projected photograph of Coretta Scott King, Antioch alumna. Mallory gave a talk at Antioch College on April 26, the day after she received the second annual Coretta Scott King Legacy Award. She told the audience that the struggle for civil rights continues and that fighting systemic racism is everyone’s responsibility. (Photo by Megan Bachman)

    Evoking the words of the late Coretta Scott King, Tamika Mallory, co-president of the Women’s March, in town to accept an award in the Antioch College graduate’s name, told an audience that fighting systemic racism is everyone’s obligation. 

  • Restorative Justice Conference to return

    Villagers Jennifer Berman and Jalyn Roe were the organizing forces behind last year’s national conference on restorative justice, “Healing Harms in Today’s Troubled World.” (Photo by Diane Chiddister)

    The Second Restorative Justice Conference will be held on June 1 and 2 in Yellow Springs. The conference will focus on the relevant topic of “Healing Harms In Sexual and Family Violence.”

  • Antioch College cuts costs

    Antioch College recently announced the first cuts in what college leaders say is a “multi-phase process” to reduce expenses and secure the college’s long-term financial viability.

  • Antioch College cuts costs: faculty, staff impacted

    Antioch College recently announced wage reductions for faculty and staff earning more than $40,000 annually, effective March 1 and continuing through June 30.

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