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Chinese exchange students give back to OHS programs

After spending the past two years at Oxford High School, Senior Chinese Foreign Exchange Students Rudy He and Jeff Zhang decided to give a portion of their scholarship money from the Beijing Consulting Group back to Oxford Community Schools....more >>
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School district welcomes new biz/finance asst. supt.

Oxford Community Schools is proud to introduce Pamela Anstey as the new Assistant Superintendent of Business and Finance. Anstey began her career in accounting and held numerous financial managerial positions in the private sector, but 20 years ago got involved working in schools both in Michigan in 1992 and then Tennessee....more >>
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Born March 2nd
1904: Henry Dreyfuss, industrial designer of everything from telephones to the interior of the Boeing 707.
1904: Theodor Seuss Geisel [Dr. Seuss], author of numerous children's books including The Cat in the Hat and Green Eggs and Ham.
1923: Doc Watson, singer and guitarist.
1931: Mikhail Gorbachev, Secretary General of the Soviet Union. Responsible for restructuring the Soviet economy (perestroika) and openness and information (glasnost).
1942: John Irving, novelist (The World According to Garp).
March 2nd
in history
1901: Congress passes the Platt amendment, which limits Cuban autonomy as a condition for withdrawal of U.S. troops.
1908: An international conference on arms reduction opens in London.
1908: Gabriel Lippman introduces the new three-dimensional color photography at the Academy of Sciences.
1917: Congress passes the Jones Act making Puerto Rico a territory of the United States and makes the inhabitants U.S. citizens.
1923: In Italy, Mussolini admits that women have a right to vote, but declares that the time is not right.