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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 October 23rd
1844: Sarah Bernhardt, French actress.
1869: John Heisman, American college football coach for whom the Heisman Trophy is named.
1925: Johnny Carson, American television personality who hosted the Tonight Show.
1940: Pele, legendary Brazilian soccer player who scored 1,281 goals in 22 years
1942: Michael Crichton, writer (Jurassic Park, The Andromeda Strain).
October 23rd
in history
1694: American colonial forces led by Sir William Phips, fail in their attempt to seize Quebec.
1707: The first Parliament of Great Britain meets.
1783: Virginia emancipates slaves who fought for independence during the Revolutionary War.
1861: President Abraham Lincoln suspends the writ of habeas corpus in Washington, D.C. for all military-related cases.
1918: President Wilson feels satisfied that the Germans are accepting his armistice terms and agrees to transmit their request for an armistice to the Allies. The Germans have agreed to suspend submarine warfare, cease inhumane practices such as the use of poison gas, and withdraw troops back into Germany. When the United States entered World War I, propagandist George Creel set out to stifle anti-war sentiment.