Education

Awareness
3:40 pm
Thu February 24, 2011

Dayton Pastor Goes Homeless for Thirty Days

Homelessness in Montgomery County is on the rise. The two biggest shelters reported a 12 percent increase in need last year. But some people aren't in the shelters at all. They're living on the streets. For a pastor in Dayton the homeless problem has become personal. Ryan Riddel spent the month of January living in a van in downtown Dayton. As Emily McCord reports, Riddell chose to live this way to understand the lives of the homeless better.

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SOCHE Talks
12:34 pm
Sun February 20, 2011

Grow Food, Grow Hope

The second installment of the SOCHE Talks feature Chris Burns-Dibiasio, Director of Community Relations at Wilmington College. Today she talks about Wilmington's Grow Food Grow Hope Project.

Antioch Voices
1:37 pm
Wed January 26, 2011

Dr. Alan E. Guskin on the birth of the Peace Corps

courtesy of Al Guskin

"It still amazes me fifty years later."

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SOCHE Talks
12:23 pm
Mon January 17, 2011

Humanities for Life

The first of the SOCHE Talks, a collaboration with the Southwest Ohio Council for Higher Education. This monthly series features faculty and staff from area colleges and universities speaking on a variety of topics. It's an effort to bring Miami Valley research and thinking into the public arena. This week features Dr. James Malarkey, chair of Humanities and General Education at Antioch University Midwest.

Education
4:19 pm
Wed December 15, 2010

Kasich Wants Return to 5 Ohio Snow Days

Ohio's governor-elect has put more school calamity days on his agenda, after some lobbying that started at home.

Republican John Kasich says his 10-year-old daughter Reese brought up the issue, and he also has heard complaints from other children and parents about the cutback to three calamity days last year. Democratic Governor Ted Strickland reduced the "snow days" from five as a way to ensure more classroom time for Ohio's students.

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