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Welcome back Lake Orion students

By Olivia Shumaker Special Writer for The Review Summer was fun, but Lake Orion High School's 2,600-plus students have now been back in school for more than a week. They have dusted the cobwebs off their backpacks, sharpened their pencils and stocked up on notebooks....more >>

Applications due Sept. 30 for unique college match, scholarship program

Oxford High School seniors interested in the opportunity to gain admission to the top colleges and universities in the country and possibly receive a full four-year scholarship have until Friday, Sept....more >>
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Getting to know Oxford's guests

After traveling more than 6,000 miles and spending 13 hours in the air two weeks ago, the five inaugural Chinese residents of the Oxford International Residency Academy got started with their Oxford education last week....more >>
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Born March 4th
1901: Charles Goren, world expert on the game of bridge.
1904: Ding Ling, Chinese writer and women's rights activist.
1928: Alan Sillitoe, novelist (Saturday Night and Sunday Morning, The Loneliness of the Long Distance Runner).
1932: Miriam Makeba, South African singer.
1934: Jane Goodall, British anthropologist, known for her work with African chimpanzees.
March 4th
in history
1901: William McKinley is inaugurated president for the second time. Theodore Roosevelt is inaugurated as vice president.
1904: Russian troops begin to retreat toward the Manchurian border as 100,000 Japanese advance in Korea.
1908: The New York board of education bans the act of whipping students in school.
1912: The French council of war unanimously votes a mandatory three-year military service.
1914: Doctor Fillatre of Paris, France successfully separates Siamese twins.