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OHS students eat like horses to celebrate Chinese New Year

It's the year of the horse, according to the Chinese calendar, which was celebrated on Friday, Jan. 31. To give Oxford High School's foreign exchange students from China a sense of "home" and American students a sense of culture, the New Year was celebrated with traditional Chinese decorations and food served during the lunch hour....more >>
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BPA students earn spots at state competition

Ranging from accounting and word processing to web design and broadcast news production, their skill sets are certainly diverse for high school students. But they all have one thing in common they're moving on up....more >>
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Born November 23rd
1878: Ernest King, commander-in-chief of the U.S. fleet who designed the United States' winning strategy in World War II.
1887: Boris Karloff, film actor most famous for his role as the monster in the movie Frankenstein.
1888: Adolph Arthur Harpo Marx, American comedian, one of the Marx brothers.
1897: Willie The Lion Smith, jazz and ragtime pianist.
November 23rd
in history
1921: President Warren G. Harding signs the Willis Campell Act, better known as the anti-beer bill. It forbids doctors to prescribe beer or liquor for medicinal purposes.
1933: President Franklin D. Roosevelt recalls the American ambassador from Havana, Cuba, and urges stability in the island nation.
1934: The United States and Great Britain agree on a 5-5-3 naval ratio, with both countries allowed to build five million tons of naval ships while Japan can only build three. Japan will denounce the treaty.
1936: The United States abandons the American embassy in Madrid, Spain, which is engulfed by civil war.
1941: U.S. troops move into Dutch Guiana to guard the bauxite mines.