Antioch College

Health, Science & The Environment
8:04 am
Wed February 20, 2013

Glen Helen Granted Conservation Land Easement

Credit CarrieLu

Antioch College says that a new conservation land easement will ensure that Glen Helen near Yellow Springs will be forever preserved and open to the public.

It's first of two phases designed to protect the popular recreational destination.  WYSO's Licensee, Antioch University was a co-granter on the easement.  Both the University and College worked with the Trust for Public Land to complete the deal. 

Nick Boutis with Antioch College is Director of the Glen Helen Ecology Institute.  He says protecting the Glen has been a priority for decades.

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WYSO Programming Notes
6:00 am
Fri February 8, 2013

WYSO Turns 55

The first WYSO program guide

Fifty-five years ago, on February 8, 1958, WYSO began broadcasting. 

It was students who did all the legwork to get the station licensed and ready.  After many years of un-licensed, unofficial broadcasting on the campus of Antioch College, WYSO went on the air with 19 watts of power.  They gathered expectantly on the second floor of the student union building in the new studios.  At 8pm, Bruce Johanson, script in hand, stepped up to the microphone.

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Music
2:53 pm
Tue January 22, 2013

Dennie Eagleson talks about Meme: A Cultural Transmission on Excursions

Meme: Culture in Transmission is currently showing at the Herndon Gallery on the Antioch College campus. The Creative Director of the gallery, Dennie Eagleson and one of the exhibit's contributing artists, Will Davis, talked with Nikki Dakota on Excursions about the exhibit. The idea for the exhibit grew up around the concept.

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Books
1:40 pm
Thu December 6, 2012

Book Nook: The Great A&P and the Struggle for Small Business in America, by Marc Levinson

Long before there was a WalMart and many of the other discount store chains that we know today there was the A&P chain of grocery stores. Marc Levinson initially approached this writing project with the intention of writing a biography about the two brothers, George and John Hartford, who guided the A&P through many decades and changes. When Levinson began his research he quickly changed course after he realized that George, the older brother, had led such a secretive life that he wasn't a substantial enough subject for a biography.

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Around the Miami Valley
10:30 am
Mon October 22, 2012

WYSO Weeend: October 21, 2012

Full episode of WYSO Weekend for October 21, 2012 featuring the following stories:

- Jerry Kenney speaks with Justin Howard of the Black Box Theatre in Dayton about bringing improv to Dayton

- Jerry Kenney speaks with performers participating in a free performance of Olivier Messiaen's Until the End of Time.

- PoliticsOhio: Neuhardt On Sequestration, Delphi, And Her Race Against Mike Turner

- An encore presentation of Kettering's 11th Hour's performance during WYSO's Fall Fund Drive.

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